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Boston Bruins legend Ray Bourque is selling his stuff

Boston Bruins defenseman Ray Bourque celebrating at the Boston Garden in April 1994. GLOBE STAFF LANE TURNER

Boston Bruins legend Ray Bourque is selling off a bunch of his stuff.

Want to buy Ray’s leather armchair? An autographed number 77 sweater? How ‘bout his margarita machine?

All of that and more will be up for grabs this weekend because the Bourque family is downsizing, according to ConsignWorks Inc., the company that is managing the sale at Bourque’s home in Boxford.

This sculpture of a golfer will be leaving Ray Bourque’s yard soon. He could be yours if the price is right. (ConsignWorks)

“Having raised all of their kids they no longer need such a giant home and they are moving on!” the listing states. “We not only have memorabilia - we have a household FILLED from top to bottom with great furniture, jewelry, designer clothing and shoes, designer purses and accessories, some Restoration Hardware and Frontgate outdoor furniture, designer sunglasses, tons of kitchen items, fabulous decor and more!”


The former Bruins defenseman enjoyed a long career in the National Hockey League and played 21 seasons in Boston. Over the years he amassed many souvenirs, some of which will available for purchase this weekend.

The estate sale will include some other unique items, including a 6-foot-6-inch tall bronze statue of a golfer that stands in Bourque’s backyard; a hockey-themed Christmas wreath that came from Quebec; and golf balls emblazoned with the image of Bourque’s face in commemoration of his 20th NHL season in 1999.

Want to buy some Ray Bourque golf balls? You’re in luck, because they’re part of the sale that’s happening this weekend. (ConsignWorks)

For those who appreciate the finer things in life, there will be designer watches (from Ebel, TAG Heuer, Michele, Baume & Mercier) and “tons of designer shoes and accessories” from brands like Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, and Coach.

There will be plenty of men and women’s clothing, too.

“Ray is a big guy, so all you big guys get on up there!” the listing states.

You can also buy a set of personalized cufflinks that bear his name.


The sale will take place Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at 47C Dana Road in Boxford. Bourque’s custom-built 11-room house was offered for sale for $1,995,000 and is currently under agreement, according to the MLS listing.


For more information about the estate sale, visit


Hockey fans will have a chance to buy all kinds of Bruins memorabilia at Ray Bourque’s estate sale. (ConsignWorks)
Someone in the Bourque household is a fan of James Patterson.

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