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63-64BosBru
1963–64 Boston Bruins · NHL
Division 6th NHL
1963–64 record 18-40-12
Goals for 170
Goals against 212
Coach Milt Schmidt
Captain Leo Boivin
Arena Boston Garden
Team leaders
Goals Murray Oliver (24)
Assists Murray Oliver (44)
Points Murray Oliver (68)
Penalties in minutes Ted Green (145)
Wins Ed Johnston (18)
Goals against average Ed Johnston (3.01)

The 1963–64 Boston Bruins season was the 40th season for the franchise. The Bruins missed the playoffs for the fifth consecutive season. Goaltender Ed Johnston appeared in every game, becoming the final goaltender in NHL history to play every minute of every game.


OffseasonEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Final standingsEdit

National Hockey League
GP W L T GF GA PIM Pts
Montreal Canadiens 70 36 21 13 209 167 982 85
Chicago Black Hawks 70 36 22 12 218 169 1116 84
Toronto Maple Leafs 70 33 25 12 192 172 928 78
Detroit Red Wings 70 30 29 11 191 204 771 71
New York Rangers 70 22 38 10 186 242 715 54
Boston Bruins 70 18 40 12 170 212 858 48

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes
Teams that qualified for playoffs are highlighted in bold.

Game logEdit

Regular season schedule
No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1TOctober 8, 19634–4 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 0–0–1
2LOctober 12, 19631–5 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 0–1–1
3LOctober 13, 19630–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 0–2–1
4LOctober 16, 19632–5 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 0–3–1
5LOctober 19, 19630–2 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 0–4–1
6LOctober 20, 19631–5 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 0–5–1
7LOctober 24, 19630–2 New York Rangers (1963–64) 0–6–1
8WOctober 27, 19632–0 Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 1–6–1
9LOctober 30, 19633–4 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 1–7–1
10WNovember 3, 19634–1 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 2–7–1
11LNovember 7, 19633–4 Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 2–8–1
12WNovember 10, 19634–2 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 3–8–1
13LNovember 13, 19634–6 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 3–9–1
14TNovember 16, 19631–1 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 3–9–2
15LNovember 17, 19632–3 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 3–10–2
16TNovember 20, 19631–1 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 3–10–3
17LNovember 23, 19631–4 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 3–11–3
18WNovember 28, 19635–3 New York Rangers (1963–64) 4–11–3
19TNovember 30, 19630–0 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 4–11–4
20LDecember 1, 19631–3 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 4–12–4
21TDecember 4, 19632–2 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 4–12–5
22LDecember 5, 19632–4 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 4–13–5
23WDecember 7, 19638–6 New York Rangers (1963–64) 5–13–5
24TDecember 8, 19632–2 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 5–13–6
25WDecember 12, 19632–1 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 6–13–6
26LDecember 14, 19631–3 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 6–14–6
27TDecember 15, 19634–4 Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 6–14–7
28WDecember 18, 19632–1 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 7–14–7
29LDecember 19, 19630–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 7–15–7
30LDecember 22, 19631–4 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 7–16–7
31LDecember 25, 19631–5 Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 7–17–7
32LDecember 28, 19630–2 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 7–18–7
33LDecember 29, 19631–2 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 7–19–7
34TJanuary 1, 19643–3 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 7–19–8
35LJanuary 4, 19641–5 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 7–20–8
36LJanuary 5, 19643–5 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 7–21–8
37LJanuary 7, 19640–5 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 7–22–8
38LJanuary 9, 19643–5 New York Rangers (1963–64) 7–23–8
39LJanuary 11, 19641–3 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 7–24–8
40WJanuary 12, 19646–3 Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 8–24–8
41WJanuary 16, 19645–1 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 9–24–8
42WJanuary 18, 196411–0 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 10–24–8
43TJanuary 19, 19641–1 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 10–24–9
44LJanuary 22, 19644–6 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 10–25–9
45LJanuary 23, 19641–3 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 10–26–9
46WJanuary 25, 19646–0 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 11–26–9
47WJanuary 26, 19642–0 Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 12–26–9
48LJanuary 30, 19641–3 New York Rangers (1963–64) 12–27–9
49LFebruary 1, 19641–5 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 12–28–9
50LFebruary 2, 19642–5 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 12–29–9
51WFebruary 5, 19643–2 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 13–29–9
52WFebruary 6, 19644–0 New York Rangers (1963–64) 14–29–9
53LFebruary 8, 19642–3 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 14–30–9
54TFebruary 9, 19644–4 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 14–30–10
55LFebruary 13, 19641–4 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 14–31–10
56LFebruary 16, 19643–5 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 14–32–10
57LFebruary 20, 19642–3 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 14–33–10
58LFebruary 22, 19642–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 14–34–10
59LFebruary 23, 19640–2 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 14–35–10
60LFebruary 27, 19642–4 New York Rangers (1963–64) 14–36–10
61WFebruary 29, 19642–1 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 15–36–10
62WMarch 1, 19645–3 Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 16–36–10
63TMarch 4, 19644–4 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1963–64) 16–36–11
64TMarch 5, 19644–4 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 16–36–12
65LMarch 8, 19643–5 Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 16–37–12
66WMarch 11, 19645–3 @ New York Rangers (1963–64) 17–37–12
67LMarch 12, 19641–2 @ Detroit Red Wings (1963–64) 17–38–12
68WMarch 15, 19643–1 Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 18–38–12
69LMarch 21, 19641–5 @ Montreal Canadiens (1963–64) 18–39–12
70LMarch 22, 19643–4 Chicago Black Hawks (1963–64) 18–40–12

Player statsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM
Oliver, MurrayMurray Oliver C 70 24 44 68 41
Bucyk, JohnJohn Bucyk LW 62 18 36 54 36
Prentice, DeanDean Prentice LW 70 23 16 39 37
Kurtenbach, OrlandOrland Kurtenbach C 70 12 25 37 91
Mohns, DougDoug Mohns LW/D 70 9 17 26 95
Kennedy, ForbesForbes Kennedy C 70 8 17 25 95
Johnson, TomTom Johnson D 70 4 21 25 33
Boivin, LeoLeo Boivin D 65 10 14 24 42
Hebenton, AndyAndy Hebenton RW 70 12 11 23 8
Williams, TommyTommy Williams RW 37 8 15 23 8
Dornhoefer, GaryGary Dornhoefer RW 32 12 10 22 20
Leiter, BobbyBobby Leiter C 56 6 13 19 43
Gendron, Jean-GuyJean-Guy Gendron LW 54 5 13 18 43
Green, TedTed Green D 70 4 10 14 145
Toppazzini, JerryJerry Toppazzini RW 65 7 4 11 15
McCord, BobBob McCord D 65 1 9 10 49
Rivers, WayneWayne Rivers RW 12 2 7 9 6
Westfall, EdEd Westfall D/RW 55 1 5 6 35
Connelly, WayneWayne Connelly C 26 2 3 5 12
Schock, RonRon Schock C 5 1 2 3 0
Awrey, DonDon Awrey D 16 1 0 1 4
Beckett, BobBob Beckett C 7 0 1 1 0
Irvine, TedTed Irvine LW 1 0 0 0 0
Johnston, EddieEddie Johnston G 70 0 0 0 0
Krake, SkipSkip Krake C 2 0 0 0 0
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T GA GAA SO
Johnston, EddieEddie Johnston 4200 70 18 40 12 211 3.01 6
Team: 4200 70 18 40 12 211 3.01 6

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Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals
      MIN = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GA = Goals-against; GAA = Goals-against average; SO = Shutouts;

Awards and recordsEdit

No Bruins won an NHL trophy nor was named to the All-Star team.

Notable GamesEdit

Boston 11 Toronto 0: Jan 18,1964


Farm TeamsEdit

TransactionsEdit

Draft picksEdit

Boston's picks at the 1963 NHL Entry Draft, which was the first amateur draft in league history, picking 16-year-olds. None of the players picked ever played for the Bruins.

Round Player Position Nationality College/junior/club team (league)
1 Orest Romashyna LW Flag of Germany West Germany New Hamburg (Junior C)
2 Terrance Lane -- Flag of Canada.svg Canada Georgetown Midgets
3 Roger Bamburak RW Flag of Canada.svg Canada Isaac Brock
4 Jim Blair LW Flag of Canada.svg Canada Georgetown Midgets

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1963-64 Boston Bruins Statistics - Hockey-Reference.com. hockey-reference.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-09.

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