Bourque delivers in Boston one last time
BOSTON -- Raymond J. Bourque Day in this city started out with what has become the normal routine for the now-retired NHL defenseman. He woke up, drove his 10-year-old son Ryan to school, and on the way home stopped at Dunkin Donuts for coffee and muffins.
But that's where the routine changed. On this day, there would be extra coffee. Strong coffee. Ray Bourque, you see, was never someone who relished the spotlight. He was never someone who played hockey for the notoriety, the money ...
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