Bobby Orrin and his partner Jill Orrin had a baby girl on July 18.
According to Orrin’s agent, the couple were expecting a baby.
Jill Orrin, Bobby Orrs oldest daughter, had a son named Alex in August, and is the mother of a daughter named Sarah, who is a sophomore at North Carolina State University.
The Orr’s first son, Dylan, was born on June 6, 2018, to Jill Orr.
Orrin is a member of the NHL Hall of Fame.
He played 7 seasons for the Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Flyers franchise, the Washington Capitals and the Tampa Bay Lightning.
He has played for the Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Blackhawks, Los Angeles Kings, and St. Louis Blues.
Bob Orr was born June 16, 1939 in Los Angeles, California, to Peggy (Bud) and Richard Orrin.
After a year at the University of Southern California, Orrin signed with the St. John’s IceHogs of the National Hockey League in 1960, playing for the team for five seasons, winning five Stanley Cups.
During that time, Orr helped the team win three Stanley Cups in 1961 and 1962, and twice in 1965 and 1966.
In 1971, Orin helped the IceHog franchise to its first Stanley Cup victory.
His first Stanley Cups win came in 1965 against the New York Rangers.
When Orrin retired from the NHL, he was awarded the Stanley Cup in his hometown of Los Angeles.
Born in New York City, Orrn joined the US Hockey Association in 1959 at the age of 17 and became the youngest member of its all-time scoring leaders in the 1960s.
With his Stanley Cup win in 1961, Orn became the first player to win the Conn Smythe Trophy, the NHL’s top rookie of the year, the award given annually to the NHL rookie of their league.
While he won the Conn Trophy in 1961 in New Jersey, he lost the award in 1964 in Pittsburgh, the year after that win in Pittsburgh.
Over his eight NHL seasons, Orner scored 724 goals, 476 assists and 603 points.
Since the 1970s, Ornar has won a Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins.
“The Bobby Orricks were a special family,” said Jill Orrn in a statement.
My husband Bobby is a legend of the game.
The Orr family is truly a special group of people, and I am proud to be part of it.
He is a true sportsman, and a true friend.
Bobby’s spirit lives on through our family.
I am grateful for all that he has accomplished, and look forward to having him with us in the future.”
Bob’s brother, Bobby, has been a prominent figure in the hockey world for decades.
Bobby Orr is the youngest player in NHL history to reach 3,000 points.
His first two seasons with the Flyers were his best, scoring 3,929 points in 679 games and 1,071 points in 988 games.
But Orrin struggled in his second season, scoring 1,624 points in 758 games and 662 points in 856 games.
The Flyers went 2-10-1 during the 1973-74 season, and were eliminated in the Stanley Finals.
Despite playing in the NHL for nearly 20 years, Orrl was not the most popular player among Flyers fans.
On March 25, 1982, Bob Orrn was shot in the face and killed by an unknown assailant in a parking lot at the Garden of the Palm, a popular watering hole in Jersey City.
Bill Parcells, then the coach of the Flyers, told the Philadelphia Inquirer that Bob Orr “had a great character.
He was a hard worker, a hard-working guy.”
Orr was also a staunch opponent of the Vietnam War, and he signed the first anti-war petition in Philadelphia’s history.
Before the game against the Penguins, Bob’s brother told the team’s radio announcers that Bob had a message for them: “If I hear the sirens, I will shoot the siren and I will tell you what I know.
I don’t care if you think I’m a crook.
I know what you’re doing.
You know what I am doing.
We are the only ones who are going to win.”
Bill Orrn died of a heart attack on March 24, 1986.
Fans remember him as a hardworking, hard-driving hockey fan.
Former Flyers teammate Wayne Gretzky told the Philly Inquireor that Bob “was a big guy, and was a great guy.
He was a guy who loved to be involved in things, and it was always nice to have him around,” said