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         Orr Bobby:     more books (31)
  1. Number Four, Bobby Orr! (Hockey Heroes Series) by Mike Leonetti, 2006-02-06
  2. Hockey's Legend Bobby Orr (Allstars) by Jay H. Smith, 1977-02
  3. The Bobby Orr Story (Pro Hockey Library Series #6) by John Devaney, 1973-01-01
  4. What's the Score: A One-Of-A-Kind Compendium of Hockey Lore, Legend, History, Facts, Stats by Liam Maguire, 2001-11
  5. Century Of Hockey: A Season-by-Season Celebration
  6. Hockey in my Blood by Johnny Bucyk, 1972
  7. Hockey Digest November 1976: Bobby Orr by 1976-01-01
  8. Hockey stars of 1971 (Pyramid sports) by Stan Fischler, 1970
  9. Hockey World Magazine April 1967 (Bobby Orr cover photo) by Bobby Hull, Howie Young, 1967
  10. Hockey As I see It by Bobby Orr,
  11. Searching for Bobby Orr by Stephen Brunt, 2007-10-01
  12. Remembering Bobby Orr: A Celebration
  13. The Goal: Bobby Orr and the Most Famous Shot in Stanley Cup History by Andrew Podnieks, 2003-08
  14. Bobby Orr, Lightning on Ice by Howard Liss, 1975-10

1. Joy Of Hockey/Bobby Orr
DISCLAIMER Joy of Hockey is dedicated to the fans of Bobby Orr and the NHL. Joy of Hockey is in no way connected to the above mentioned or

2. Bobby Orr
HOW WAS BOBBY ORR DISCOVERED Here is an article from an old Hockey News dated November 21 1964. It gives us an insight on how Orr was

3. Hockey Fans - Bobby Orr
Bobby Orr Resources Bobby Orr Memorabilia. Copyright 200304, Hockey All logos are copyright of their respective teams. About Hockey

4. Boston Red Sox Sports Art Posters, Boston Fenway Park Aerial
Return Home Item BO3 $25 Full Image Bobby Orr. Boston Bruins Hockey Player. Artist Studt. Open Edition Lithographic Print. Size 11x14"

5. Bobby Orr Poster, Sports Art Print, Bobby Orr Art Print, Bobby Orr
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6. Bobby Orr Hockey Memorabilia And Collectibles, Authentic Vintage Pro
Bobby Orr Hockey Memorabilia. Bobby Orr. See details Young Bobby Orr 16x20 Signed Photo Code 61001 This photo shows Bobby Orr as a young man.

7. Canada's Walk Of Fame Bobby Orr, Hockey Player
72) with Boston Mention Bobby Orr's name to hockey fans and watch their faces brighten as they recall one of the greatest hockey players this

8. Bobby Orr Hockey Collectibles Page
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9. Bobby Orr Hockey Cards
Bobby Orr Hockey Cards 71/72 Topps 2 LL (Esposito/Bucyk) $10 (30/70, nrmt) 71/72 Topps 3 LL (Esposito/Bucyk) - $10 (faint wax on front

10. Ab D. Cards - Bobby Orr Hockey Cards
Collecting Bobby Orr hockey cards? Cards are listed in chronological order by year brand.

11. Bobby Orr Biography, Pictures And Stats - Hockey Fans
Find a brief biography of Boston Bruin great bobby orr. Includes his career stats.
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Bobby Orr was born on March 20, 1948, in the town of Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada. He first caught the eye of a Boston Bruin scout in 1960 as a 12 year old defenseman playing in a bantam tournament. At age 14 the Bruins had already signed him to a junior contract that saw him begin play with the Oshawa Generals. Orr would go on to set a new record for points by a defenseman in the Ontario League. He played in Oshawa until he was 18, when he signed with the Bruins to play in the National Hockey League. Orr's first season saw him score 41 points, win the Calder trophy and be named as a Second Team All-Star. Bobby Orr had an enormous impact on the game of hockey, pioneering the "mobile" or "rushing defenseman". His blazing speed, quickness, and a knack for scoring changed the face of hockey by bringing offense from the defenseman. Orr would win the Norris Trophy as best defenseman for eight straight years, and added two Art Ross trophies for scoring titles. His first Art Ross was in 1970 as he became the only defenseman to lead the league in scoring, and he would repeat the feat in 1975. Orr also led the Boston Bruins to their first Stanley Cup in 29 years when they won the championship in 1970. The followin season saw him score 33 goals and 102 assists for 139 points, one of six seasons where the Bruin defenseman scored over 100 points. His record for goals by a defenseman stood until 1986 when Paul Coffey scored 48 goals with the 1985-86 Edmonton Oilers.

12. Hockey Cards Gallery
Gallery including Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe, Brett Hull, Mario Lemieux, bobby orr and other Hall of Fame players. Contact information provided.
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Phil Esposito 1976-77 Topps

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13. Legends Of Hockey The Legends Honoured Player Orr, Bobby
More than just statistics, orr had the ability to control the game, to take over. Visit the hockey Hall of Fame NaviSkater at

14. Legends Of Hockey The Legends Honoured Player Orr, Bobby
Doug orr, bobby s dad, had been a speedy player and gifted scorer in his own right. It was the first $1 million deal in hockey and orr s agent,

15. Bobby Orr
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17. Bobby Orr
bobby orr (1948 ). hockey player, who showed that the defensive line could also be an offensive force; born Robert Gordon orr in Parry Sound, Ontario
Bobby Orr (1948- )
  • hockey player, who showed that the defensive line could also be an offensive force
  • born Robert Gordon Orr in Parry Sound , Ontario
  • signed to an amateur contract by the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League (NHL) when he was 14
  • after an outstanding performance in junior league hockey in Canada, he became a professional for the Bruins in the 1966-67 season, winning the Calder Trophy as the league's best rookie
  • won the Norris Trophy, awarded annually to the NHL's best defenseman, and was named a first-team all-star for eight consecutive years (1968-75)
  • during this period he expanded the role of the defensive line by leading offensive charges down the ice and captured the league scoring title in 1970 and 1975
  • the Bruins won the Stanley Cup in 1970 and 1972, and Orr received the Smythe Trophy both years as the outstanding player in the playoffs
  • the picture above shows Bobby Orr, number 4 , scoring the fourth goal , during the fourth period (overtime), of the fourth game of the 1972 Stanley Cup playoffs. This goal won the series. He was tripped by player number 4
  • although plagued by knee injuries that required frequent operations, Orr was still an attraction when he became a free agent after the 1975-76 season. He signed with the Chicago Blackhawks, but his injured knee prevented him from being effective

18. Bobby Orr
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20. Chevrolet S&F Hockey Bobby Orr On
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Interview with Bobby Orr
By Eric Rumble
When Bobby Orr was growing up in Parry Sound, Ontario, playing hockey had little to do with accolades and awards. He and his pals would lace up their skates, grab their sticks and head for the ice, often a frozen stretch of the Seguin River near his home. There were no parents and no referees and games ended at dinnertime, or sundown. "It was never anything organized," says Orr, "just all of us playing to have a good time and that's it." At age 53, nestled into his role as one of the game's most visible ambassadors, and humbly enjoying his status as the best defenceman ever to play, he wants to recreate those circumstances for the kids who wish for the same things he did. Unfortunately, it's much easier said than done. "So many of today's programs are about trophies and jackets, and we think that's a big mistake," says Orr. With a teacher like Orr, it's tough to imagine his influence being anything but magical.

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