Framingham Hockey honors Bobby Brown for his 50-year involvement.
He has been a volunteer coach for all levels of Framingham Youth hockey, Framingham South High School and Framingham High School. He has served as a varsity assistant, a junior varsity head coach, and one night last February against Medford was the varsity head coach.
He was honored at the start of the Flyers vs Braintree hockey game Saturday night.
During Brown's 50+ years in Framingham hockey, he has been an influence on many high school players including Stanley Cup Champions like Peter Taglienetti, but one of his biggest thrill in coaching was these last few years getting to teach his own grandsons how to skate and watching them come up through youth hockey.
Thanks to Michelle Smith for the fabulous photos and thanks to Josh Perry for the You Tube video.
Parents, players & coaches feel free to upload your photos from this special event!