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==Regular Season==
 
==Regular Season==
 
[[File:Tiny_Thompson-Brown_B.jpg|thumb|[[Tiny Thompson]] sporting the brown block "B" jersey introduced in 1932.]]
 
[[File:Tiny_Thompson-Brown_B.jpg|thumb|[[Tiny Thompson]] sporting the brown block "B" jersey introduced in 1932.]]
The Bruins introduced new white jerseys with a brown block "B" and secondary colours of brown and gold trim. The socks became predominately white.
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The Bruins introduced new white jerseys with a brown block "B" and secondary colours of brown and gold trim. The socks became predominately white.
   
 
After missing the playoffs the previous season, largely due to line-up instability, the Bruins returned to form in the 1932-33 season. The acquisition of established scorer [[Nels Stewart|Nels "Old Poison" Stewart]] from the [[Montreal Maroons]] more than made up for the loss of [[Cooney Weiland]] with Stewart finishing second in scoring on the team and 9th in the league. [[Marty Barry]] continued to shine, leading the team in scoring and 7th in the league. [[Eddie Shore]] had the most productive season of his career and won his first [[Hart Memorial Trophy]] as MVP while [[Tiny Thompson]] led the league in goals against average, shutouts and won his second [[Vezina Trophy]].
 
After missing the playoffs the previous season, largely due to line-up instability, the Bruins returned to form in the 1932-33 season. The acquisition of established scorer [[Nels Stewart|Nels "Old Poison" Stewart]] from the [[Montreal Maroons]] more than made up for the loss of [[Cooney Weiland]] with Stewart finishing second in scoring on the team and 9th in the league. [[Marty Barry]] continued to shine, leading the team in scoring and 7th in the league. [[Eddie Shore]] had the most productive season of his career and won his first [[Hart Memorial Trophy]] as MVP while [[Tiny Thompson]] led the league in goals against average, shutouts and won his second [[Vezina Trophy]].
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