Boston will play two games against the Calgary Flames this September
BOSTON – The National Hockey League, the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and Bloomage International mutually reported today that the Boston Bruins and Calgary Flames will go to China in September as a major aspect of the 2018 O.R.G. NHL China Games™.
On Saturday, Sept. 15, the Flames will play host to the Bruins at Shenzhen Universiade Center in Shenzhen, and on Wednesday, Sept. 19, the Bruins will play host to the Flames at Cadillac Arena in Beijing.
“The Boston Bruins are eager to be a piece of the 2018 NHL International Games in China,” said Bruins President Cam Neely. “In the course of recent years we have worked together with Mr. Zhou Yunjie, the Chairman of ORG Packaging, on becoming the amusement both inside the Chinese people group in Boston and with youth hockey players in China. We anticipate proceeding with these endeavors by conveying Bruins hockey to China with these two preseason recreations.”
The Boston Bruins association has been vigorously engaged with developing the round of hockey in China for as long as two years in the wake of banding together with O.R.G. Bundling in 2015, turning into the primary NHL group and first North American expert games association to join forces with O.R.G. Bundling which is situated in Beijing, China.
In mid 2016, the Bruins facilitated O.R.G. Bundling Night at TD Garden where the Bruins facilitated about 30 Chinese Youth Hockey Players from the Beijing Hockey Association. Those players took an interest in various exercises amid O.R.G. Bundling Night including Future Bruins, Three Minutes of Fame and the pregame high-five line where they had the chance to clench hand knock the B’s players previously they took the ice against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Later in July of 2016, the Bruins association set out on its first-since forever official visit to China, where more than 200 Chinese kids went to the different facilities facilitated by the Bruins and players Matt Beleskey and David Pastrnak and in addition Bruins graduated class Andrew Raycroft and Bob Sweeney. Notwithstanding facilitating the adolescent hockey centers, the Bruins players could investigate Beijing and Shanghai, where they encountered the neighborhood Chinese culture. Beleskey and Pastrnak were each treated to specially designed Chinese suits which they wore amid the trek, that Pastrnak and Beleskey later wore to the Bruins first-since forever Chinese Cultural Night facilitated at TD Garden in Boston on February 12, 2017. Chinese Cultural Night matched with another gathering of Chinese youth players who went to Boston and incorporated a stately puck drop by O.R.G. Bundling Chairman Mr. Zhou Yunjie and the Chinese youth players. Different features of Chinese Cultural Night included inspecting of Want Milk, a Chinese drink, and Chinese “Go Bruins” signs that were given to fans all through the diversion. While Mr. Zhou Yunjie was around the local area for Chinese social night, he and Pastrnak connected with the nearby Boston Chinese people group and went by the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center, where the match helped kids with expressions and makes, and gave out blessing packs and tickets and to Bruins’ Chinese Cultural Night diversion against the Montreal Canadiens.
The Bruins set out on their second authority visit to China in July 2017, with current Bruins players Torey Krug , David Pastrnak, and Tuukka Rask alongside Bruins Alumni Hal Gill and individuals from the Boston Bruins Corporate Partnership and Youth Hockey Development Teams in investment. The trek’s celebrations commenced with the amazing opening of a fresh out of the box new cutting edge hockey arena worked by Mr. Zhou of O.R.G. Bundling where several fans and youth hockey players went to. Throughout the trek, Krug, Pastrnak, Rask, and Gill helped with on ice and off ice sessions of youth hockey facilities held by the Bruins association. They additionally had a rare affair of climbing the Great Wall of China and shared in touring in Beijing and Shanghai.
Since the organization with O.R.G was fulfilled, the Bruins have facilitated more than 100 Chinese youth hockey players from 2015 to 2017. All through their visits, the Chinese youth hockey players took an interest in facilities drove by the Bruins Youth Hockey Development Team, played diversions against nearby New England youth hockey groups, investigated the city of Boston and watched Bruins hockey games at TD Garden. The Bruins will keep on hosting an alternate gathering of Chinese youth hockey players in Boston every year, as a major aspect of their five-year association with O.R.G. Bundling. Since the association started in 2015, more than 450 Chinese youth hockey players have partaken in the different centers held by the Bruins.