Boston Bruins pick Jostens to create Stanley Cup rings

The Boston Bruins have selected Bloomington-based Jostens to design and produce the team's 2011 Stanley Cup Championship ring. Jostens has produced rings for every major league sport.
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The Boston Bruins have selected Bloomington-based Jostens to design and produce the team's 2011 Stanley Cup Championship ring. Jostens has produced rings for every major league sport.

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