Death of Bruins head chef Keith Garman has hit players hard as team honors longtime friend

The Boston Bruins held a moment of silence in memory of head chef Keith Garman before Saturday's home opener.

BOSTON — Keith Garman’s title isn’t at the Boston Bruins’ roster. He is, alternatively, within the hearts and minds of each particular person within the historical group.

He used to be a very powerful member of the Bruins as the team’s head chef the closing 4 years. He kicked the bucket impulsively Oct. 11. He used to be 33.

A local of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Garman graduated from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island in 2010 with an Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts. In 2021, he finished his Bachelor of Science Degree.

Garman used to be hooked in to hockey and the culinary arts. His two passions combined completely with the Bruins and he temporarily earned the glory of the players he helped stay wholesome.

Tuesday “was a horrible, horrible day for all of us,” stated captain Patrice Bergeron. “Chef Keith was a big part of our team, family and organization. Everyone in the organization had to go through his kitchen every day whether it was breakfast, lunch or dinner. I’m at a loss of words. Our thoughts and prayers go to the whole family. We send them love and comfort during this difficult time, but he’s not going to be forgotten.”

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