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Boston Garden & Fleet Center (#43843)


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Hard to find, limited in distribution.



Yesterday & Today....

BOSTON GARDEN: Boston Bruins (NHL) (1928–1995) Boston Celtics (NBA) (1946–1995) Boston Braves (AHL) (1971–1974) New England Whalers (WHA) (1972–1974) Boston Blazers (NLL) (1992–1995)

The Boston Garden was a famous arena which opened November 17, 1928 in Boston, Massachusetts. Designed by boxing promoter Tex Rickard, who also built the third incarnation of New York's Madison Square Garden, the arena was originally called the "Boston Madison Square Garden", but eventually got clipped to the Boston Garden. It would eventually outlive its original namesake by some 30 years. Located on top of North Station, a train station, which is a hub for MBTA Commuter Rail and Amtrak trains, the Garden hosted home games for the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, as well as rock concerts, amateur sports, boxing and wrestling cards, circuses and ice shows. The Boston Garden was demolished in 1997, a few years after the completion of its new successor arena, the FleetCenter, which is now known as TD Garden.

FLEET CENTER: Boston Celtics (NBA) (1995-present) Boston Bruins (NHL) (1995-present) Boston Blazers (MILL) (1996-1997) Boston Blazers (NLL) (2009-present)

TD Garden is a sports arena in Boston. It is named after its sponsor, TD Bank, N.A. and is often simply called The Garden, or the traditional Boston Garden. It was formerly known as the FleetCenter and the Shawmut Center (prior to its opening; title sponsor Shawmut Bank was bought by FleetBoston Financial before the arena opened). TD Bank, N.A. has been in control of the arena's naming rights since 2005, with the arena called TD Banknorth Garden until July 16, 2009, when the TD Banknorth name ceased to exist.

Unused 4" x 6" continental size chrome

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