The Son of the Ice Cometh

Even before the ruinous NHL lockout, Jeremy Jacobs was one of the most hated team owners in Boston sports history. Now, as the Bruins work to recover past glory, the distant owner has dispatched his son on a mission to bring back the love. And, more important, the fans. Can Charlie Jacobs make Boston a hockey town again?

By Keith O'Brien
October 2, 2005

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LAST FALL, AFTER THE RED SOX WON THE WORLD SERIES IN ST. LOUIS, Charlie Jacobs found himself in a mob, face to face with police in riot gear, as he attempted to sneak onto the field at Busch Stadium. It was an unusual position for the executive vice president of another Boston sports team. It's not as if he's some ... (Full article: 2319 words)

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