Don Cherry is timeless.
The former Boston Bruins head coach (1974-1979) and current hockey analyst for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was honored along with members of the 1978 Boston Bruins this past week. Cherry went one-on-one with NESN’s Andy Brickley in a three-part interview during his visit to TD Garden.
Cherry touched on leading the B’s to back-to-back Stanley Cup Final appearances in 1977 and 1978, the growth of the game, the current Bruins roster and NHL rule changes and expansion. Check out all three parts in the videos below.
Look back at some of the stars, such as Terry O’Reilly and Wayne Cashman, who made the 1977-78 Boston Bruins great in part one of Andy Brickley's three-part interview with NHL commentator Don Cherry. For the full three-part interview: http://nesn.com/?p=820913
Posted by NESN on Thursday, February 15, 2018
Hockey has changed a lot over the years. And in part two of Andy Brickley's interview with Don Cherry Full, the two revisit just how brutal the game was in the 1970s. For the full three-part interview: http://nesn.com/?p=820913
Posted by NESN on Friday, February 16, 2018
In the final part of a three-part interview, NESN's Andy Brickley and Don Cherry of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation explore how the style of play in the NHL has changed since the 1970s. For the full three-part interview: http://nesn.com/?p=820913
Posted by NESN on Saturday, February 17, 2018
Thumbnail photo via Don Cherry being interviewed by NESN's Andy Brickley in February of 2018. Photo by NESN.