It’s almost impossible to look at these uniforms and not think of number four, Bobby Orr. One of the greatest hockey players of all time wore this uniform design for the majority of his career, helping lead the Bruins to Stanley Cup championships in both 1970 and 1972. The uniforms were black with yellow and white shoulder stripes on the dark uniform while the light uniform was white with yellow and black shoulder stripes, both jerseys complete with the old-school lace-up collar. The shoulder stripes were removed following the 1973-1974 season, leaving each shoulder clean. Two seasons later, the club added a bear head patch in this spot, a feature they kept into the mid-1990s. In 2006-2007 the Bruins brought the black version of this uniform back as a one-season alternate jersey.