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Linus Ullmark bids heartfelt farewell to Bruins teammates and fans


“You will always have a special place in my heart and that of my family”

by Gayle Troiani

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Boston Bruins fans were listening to NHL rumors before the trade deadline last March.

On Monday, all the speculation came true when the B’s announced that they had in fact split the goaltending tandem and traded Linus Ullmark to the Ottawa Sentators.

Ullmark sent a heartfelt message to his Bruins teammates, coaches, fans and more with a post to his Instagram account.

Thanks thanks thanks.


To all the wonderful teammates, coaches, trainers, workers, leaders, management, bull gang and most importantly, you Bruins fans. The memories I have made during my time in Boston are countless, and I will always cherish the friendships and connections you helped create.

You will always have a special place in my heart and that of my family.

Some highlights:
— Hearing “Sweet Caroline” sung by all the fans during the Winter Classic at Fenway.
— More than 1000 points for Bergy and 1000th match for Marchy.
— Pasta achieving more than 60 objectives.
— Christmas toy purchases for the children’s hospital (to name just one)
— Halloween costume combined with hospital visits.
– “Swaynta”
— Celebrating 100 years of Bruins hockey.

Onward to new adventures in hockey and in life.


Sincerely,
Linus Ullmark

The post featured highlights of Ullmarks’ tenure in Boston, including clips of his family and his Vezina victory.

There’s no doubt that Bruins fans will be circling the dates when Boston plays the Senators during the 2024-25 season at TD Garden so they can shower Ullmark with the same love he’s given them over his three years of wearing Spoked-B. Fans could also potentially receive a hug from the goalie at center ice before the puck drop.

About the Author

Gayle Troiani


Product from the North East. Converse addict. Terry O’Reilly was once so shocked by my knowledge of the Bruins that he asked me if I knew I was a woman.



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