By Stephanie Ciccarelli
December 14, 2006
As Don Cherry would say, "What a beauty!". Fred Cusick has become a living legend in the history books of the Original Six Boston Bruins Hockey Club. Boston Bruin fans who tuned in on TV between the years of 1971 and 1997 will crack a smile when they see this.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Fred Cusick, he is officially the first American broadcaster to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as a media honoree in 1984, recognizing his 44 years of on-ice radio and television play-by-play announcing.
Recently, Fred wrote an in-depth autobiography spanning his career and love of the game, aptly titled, Fred Cusick, Voice of the Bruins.
To learn more about this broadcasting treasure and his recent book release, visit the BostonBruins.com website.
There's also an exclusive interview with Fred Cusick and BostonBruins.com student correspondent Joe Beare for your reading pleasure.
P.S. Available at Amazon.com, this book could be a great gift for any Bruins fan or broadcaster.Related Topics: Amazon, broadcasting, radio, TV
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