Ken Hodge was a charter member of the Big Bad Bruins of the early 1970s that captured Stanley Cups in 1970 and '72. Hodge, who is among this year's inductees to the New England Sports Museum's eighth The Tradition, recalls his first visit to the old Boston Garden.

"I was playing for the St. Catherine's (Ontario) Black Hawks and was called up to play a game at the end of the season," said Hodge, who was Chicago property at the time. "I can just remember being in awe of being in the locker room with (Stan) Mikita and (Bobby) Hull and all the guys I would end up playing with the next year.