Bobby Orr is one of the biggest legends in Boston sports history. The famous No. 4 is a three-time Hart Trophy winner, two-time Conn Smythe winner and a two-time Stanley Cup champion. Oh, and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979.
Orr sat down for an exclusive interview with NESN’s Dale Arnold to talk about his new book, Orr: My Story, and dished on his early years in hockey and what kept his passion for the sport going.
To see part one of the interview, check out the video above. Part two will air on NESN Sports Today on Sunday night.