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For the first time, a Boston sports team will be visiting the White House during the Obama administration.
All three Patriots champs, the two Red Sox champs, and the ’08 Celtics all visited the White House during George W. Bush’s eight years in office.
Now, the Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins will be honored by President Obama at the White House on Monday, Jan. 23.
According to the Bruins, President Obama will also highlight the Boston Bruins Foundation, “which has raised and donated more than $7 million to various charitable organizations in the six New England states.”