We’ve been watching history in the making this season. Our beloved NHL Boston Bruins are breaking records in their quest for the cup. There have been personal records set. There have been team dreams reached, and the B’s are not done yet. This team is good. But how good do these Boston Bruins look on and off the ice? We’ll take a look below.

Just a couple of nights ago the Bruins’ David Pastrnak scored his 60th goal this season, his 15th regular season hat trick, and his 300th career goal! Meanwhile, the Bruins last win over the Flyers in Philadelphia set an NHL record for the most regular season wins, at 63.

We are used to see our Bs in their black and gold jerseys, skates on, helmuts on, teeth optional. So let’s take a look at some of our favorite Boston Bruins looking sharp, off the ice. They sure do clean up nice. See for yourself.

  • Patrice Bergeron

    El Capitan! #37 scores an easy 10 off the ice. The Bs’ reliable, resilient leader is a class act on any surface.

    Patrice Bergeron

    (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

  • Brad Marchand

    There’s a lot to love about “the little ball of hate.” His toughness, tenacity and loyalty are unmatched at work. And at play, Marchand cleans up nicely.

    Brad Marchand

    (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images )

  • David Pastrnak

    Pasta is always best served hot. And the man who racked up 60 goals this season (as of Monday 4/10/23), his 15th regular season hat-trick and his 300th career goal is hot. He likes to do things big…included his fashion. #88 often makes best dressed lists, including ranking #1 on theathletic.com fashion power rankings in 2022.

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  • Hampus Lindholm

    The 6’4″ Swedish “Hammer” hits the nail on the head in his fashion sensibilites.

    Hampus Lindholm

    (Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images for Bloomingdale’s)

  • Charlie McAvoy

    The former BU star turned Bruins’s defensemen knows his hockey. He also should know that there’s no better look than having your mom at your side. Major points scored here.

  • Linus Ulmark

    He maybe the strong, silent type who gets the job done at goal on the ice, but off the ice he brings the heat. Goalie Linus Ullmark, according to his coach Jim Montgomery, is one of the “most colorful dressers I’ve ever seen,”

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  • David Krejci

    He battles fierce warriors on the ice but occasionally the centre and alternate captain trades in his hockey stick for a light saber. The 2011 Bruins’ Stanley Cup winner from the Czech Republic is pictured here at Childrens’ Hospital in Boston.

    David Krejci

    (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images for Boston Children’s Hospital)

  • Brandon Carlo

    Move over Henry Cavill, Brandon Carlo fits the Superman suit very well. A super tall, super defenseman, the 6’6″ Carlo from Colorado Springs, CO is also a super dad to 2 year old daughter Wren.

    Boston Bruins  Brandon Carlo and teammates selebrate Halloween In Costume At Boston Children's Hospital

    Boston Bruins Brandon Carlo and teammates selebrate Halloween In Costume At Boston Children’s Hospital (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images for Boston Children’s Hospital)

  • Charlie Coyle

    The “Mayor of Weymouth,” Charlie Coyle in a fur coat, or 2! But our lucky #13 from East Weymouth can obviously wear any coat, of any color. Looking sharp, Mayor.

  • Taylor Hall

    On ice it’s all black and gold, but off the ice it’s camel for Hallsy (and his dog).

  • Jeremy Swayman

    He’s got a sway about him. Who wore it better?  Goalie Swayman, picture right, with teammate Joona Koppenan clearly coordinated their game day outfits. The grey shorter jacket suits him. He suits, and scores. Hey, can’t a goalie score once in a while?

    Jeremy Swayman

    Joona Koppanen #45 and Jeremy Swayman #1 of the Boston Bruins arrive for the game against the New York Islanders. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

     

  • Jake DeBrusk

    Nothing looks better on a man than a sense of humor, and clearly Jake has it.

  • Pavel Zacha

    Last August the Bs signed Zacha and all was right with the world. A simple, classic, high v-neck tee is all it takes to look as good off ice as on.

  • Matt Grzelcyk

    From a BU star to a Bruins star, defenseman Matt Grzelcyk shines brightly in flannel with Teddy in his arms. Matt is a Boston boy through and through, having grown up about a block from the Charlestown rink at Edwards Playground. His dad and older brother, both named John, work at the TD Garden. In fact, John Sr. has been there since 1967.

  • Trent Frederic

    How good does 25 year old center Frederic look in dress shirt, tie and proudly wearing his black and gold?

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  • Tyler Bertuzzi

    He’s the new kid in town, and no one can make missing teeth look better than Bertuzzi.

     

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