A tremendous piece for serious Bobby Orr collectors to contemplate is this Boston Bruins hockey puck made out of solid gold! Yes, that’s right, a gold puck with “14K” stamped on the back and featuring a dandy enamel Bruins logo inlaid on the front. It was originally presented to Bobby Orr following the Bruins’ crazy offensive 1970-71 season that saw Boston smash NHL scoring records by firing 399 goals, almost a hundred more than the previous record of 303, set by the Bruins in ‘68-69. Phil Esposito, Orr, Johnny Bucyk and Ken Hodge finished 1-2-3-4 in the scoring race and Bruins management, wanting to commemorate the first time four players on the same team each finished with more than 100 points, presented the fab foursome with gold pucks. Heavy puck contains just under 30 ounces of gold (29.8 to be exact) and was given by Bobby to his good friend Alan Eagleson. Mr. Eagleson relates how it was originally in a fancy presentation box and how, fearing that something might happen to the puck, he had a replica produced, with this one fortunately heading for a safety deposit box. A swift move since the replica and the box did go missing over the years. The gold alone at today’s market prices is valued at over $13,000. One of the cornerstones of a Bobby Orr collection is what is offered here. Take your best shot in hopes of scoring this very special piece. Alan Eagleson’s signed letter of authenticity will be included.