Providence Captain Jeremy Reich Looks Back on 100th Career Goal


November 19, 2010

Providence Bruins left wing Jeremy Reich has reached a significant milestone in his professional career.

In last Sunday?s matchup against Abbotsford, Reich slapped his 100th goal of his career. He has scored 36 goals with the Providence Bruins and notched two with Boston.

Reich sat down with Adam Kaufman, director of public relations for the P-Bruins, to look back on the milestone.

The captain explained that he doesn?t feel any different after the 100th goal. In fact, he didn?t even realize it until he got home from the game and his roommates congratulated him.

Reich added that he had a slow start to his career by not scoring many goals early on.

Kaufman pointed out that a lot of Reich?s goals have come over the past few years. Reich scored a career-high 21 goals with Providence two seasons ago.

To learn more about the milestone listen to Reich?s interview in the audio clip below.

Jeremy Reich Interview


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