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BRUINS MAY SUBSTITUTE THIRD UNIFORM INSTEAD OF CHANGES
Published February 7, 1995
While the Bruins had submitted several designs for a new uniform to the NHL office, they are considering keeping their traditional logo and instead adding a new uniform for special occasions, according to Joe Gordon of the BOSTON HERALD. Bruins GM Harry Sinden: "We fooled around with the logo, but the logo is too strong (to change). We haven't felt we've been on the right track" (BOSTON HERALD, 2/5).