He's a voice we often hear over our phone and Skype lines, but this week, we had the pleasure of Kevin Cullen's company in person in the Off The Ball studio.
The Boston Globe journalist is in Ireland this week and dropped in to us with one task set for him: Pick three heroes and legends who represented Boston teams in the major US sports leagues and from any era.
Kevin came up trumps and the second in his trio of picks is Boston Bruins legend Bobby Orr.
The Canadian won Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year in 1970 and also set a record for most points for a defenceman back in 1970-71 and also the only defender to finish as leading league scorer in NHL, with Kevin explaining how Orr revolutionised the sport in his particular role.
He also shared a moving personal story which highlighted the kindness of a man who helped the Bruins to their first two Stanley Cup titles.
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