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Bruins broadcaster Jack Edwards announces his retirement


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Ryan Hall
April 17, 2024  (8:15)
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Bruins broadcaster Jack Edwards
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The Bruins concluded their season tonight with a 3-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators.

Prior to the game, it was revealed that long time Bruins broadcaster Jack Edwards announced that he will be retiring from broadcasting after the 2024 Stanley Cup playoffs.
He was welcomed to the ice and was given a stick as the announcement was being made and he also received a TD Garden ovation as Bruins fans gave their respect to the longtime broadcaster.
Edwards had an extensive career in sports as he was the play by play announcer for the Bruins with the NESN network since 2005.
Prior to his hiring, he worked with ESPN from 1991 through 2003 as an anchor for Sportscenter. He also did work with the M LS and the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
The Bruins have gone through significant changes over the past couple of years the retirements of Bruins legend Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci.
They will also now have change during their broadcasts as a new person will step in and take over Edwards role. It's safe to say they have very large shoes to fill.
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