Fred Stanfield Death – Obituary News: 1960’s and 1970’s Boston Bruins Great dies at 77 .
We are sad to report that Fred Stanfield, part of some great Boston Bruins teams in the 1960’s and 1970’s has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media.
Sad news about Fred Stanfield, part of some great Boston Bruins teams in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Condolences to his friends, family and teammates. https://t.co/GCxYtP9xwD
— Joe Haggerty (@HackswithHaggs) September 14, 2021
Stanfield played 448 games for the Bruins in the 1960’s and 1970’s editions and won a pair of Stanley Cups with the Black and Gold while playing on a memorable line with Johnny Bucyk and Johnny McKenzie. Stanfield was part of the dynasty building trade that the Bruins engineered with the Chicago Blackhawks that netted them Stanfield, Phil Esposito and Ken Hodge in exchange for Gilles Marotte, Pit Martin and Jack Norris. In all Stanfield played 14 NHL season with a handful of NHL teams during a very strong career., …bostonhockeynow.com reported
Condolences – Comments and Reactions.
Bunnie Rizzo wrote
A big part of the big bad Bruins…rest peacefully…thank you for the memories…prayers for you and your family.
Debra LaCava Bulkeley wrote
I’m so sorry to learn this. He was a class act and a fantastic addition to the Bruins. Enjoyed watching him play. Rest in Peace, Sir. You will be missed by so many.
Donny Cyr wrote
‘Steady Freddy’. Came to the B’s from Chicago with Espo and Hodge. The perfect centerman for the ‘ Chief ‘ and Pie McKenzie line. A very talented hockey player. Rest In Peace, Fred Stanfield. You gave it your all.
Chris Dukes wrote
He could do a little of everything on the ice and very valuable Bruin!! Thanks for the memories.
Charles Thomas wrote
Fred took a slap shot from the point on a pp during the Stanley cup finals and knocked out Jacque plante !
Stanfied was a classy player. Rip Fred . Thanks for the memories.
Mike Smith wrote
Met Fred at the St. Catharines Jr. A Reunion I helped organize at St. Catharines Museum. Very nice fella, even got to go through his hockey photos for the reunion. 1 of 7 boys who played hockey, but only he played long enough in the NHL to win a Cup. 2 more only played briefly in the NHL or the WHA and another played 13 years in Germany.
Craig Osmond wrote
So sad to see all my Bruins heroes are passing away. They were a great part of my childhood growing up in a small town in Canada! RIP and my condolences to his family.
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