Bruins’ Charlie McAvoy Carves Turkey For Local Organizations

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November 24

Charlie McAvoy continued his annual tradition in the Boston area this Thanksgiving.

The Bruins defenseman donated 400 pies and 300 pairs of Winter Classic socks to several different organizations throughout the community. McAvoy also donated mattresses, recliners and pillows from Bob’s Discount Furniture.

To continue to give back, Mcavoy, along with Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, carved turkeys for the homeless — a tradition that was on hold for the last few years due to COVID-19.

The Bruins and McAvoy enjoy an off-day away from the ice before returning to game action Friday afternoon when they welcome the Carolina Hurricanes to TD Garden for a 1 p.m. ET puck drop.

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