Join us for the Product Show After-Party and meet Brad Marchand, National Hockey League right winger and Bruins Alt-Captain as well as Brian Scalabrine, “The White Mamba”, former Celtics power forward and center. Grab a bite or some drinks with your colleagues! This year’s party will feature a live band, player appearances, free beverages and food, and lawn games. All After-Party attendees receive a free Product Show T-Shirt (while supplies last)! Doors open at 6:00 pm and your Product Show name badge is required for entry.
Brad Marchand currently plays left wing for the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League (NHL). Marchand grew up in Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia, Canada where his father was his coach and motivated him to play ice hockey.
Marchand was drafted 71st overall at the 2006 NHL Entry Draft by the Boston Bruins and has remained with the team ever since. He made his NHL debut against the Nashville Predators in October of 2009. In 2011, Marchand was a key member of the Stanley Cup winning Bruins. Brad became the Boston Bruins’ All-Time Franchise Leader in regular-season overtime goals on March 6, 2018. He also holds the record for most shorthanded goals in Boston Bruins history and is one (1) of only eleven (11) players in the history of the NHL to score two (2) or more goals in a Stanley Cup Final Game 7. In 2021, Brad was selected as the league’s best left wing after being named to the NHL’s First All-Star Team.
Marchand has also represented his home country of Canada a number of times, including winning a championship in the 2016 World Cup of Hockey. He was the tournament’s highest goal scorer and was ultimately named to the All-Star team. Brad and his family run Marchand Homes, a construction company in Nova Scotia. Additionally, Marchand and teammate Kevan Miller run the clothing line March & Mill Co, specializing in hockey, hunting, and outdoor apparel. In his spare time, Marchand enjoys hunting, fishing, and boating.
Often referred to as “The White Mamba” Scalabrine was one of the more popular players throughout his NBA career, especially while wearing the Celtic Green.
Scalabrine was born March 18th, 1978 in Long Beach California as one of four children. He grew up in Enumclaw, Washington and eventually graduated from Enumclaw High School. After high school he attended and played basketball at Highline College in Washington. He transferred to the University of Southern California in 1998 after redshirting his sophomore year. Scalabrine made a huge impact his first two years leading the Trojans in scoring, rebounding, and field goal percentage. He also received the 1999 Pac-10 newcomer of the Year Award and was named to the All-Pac 10 first team, NABC All-District 15 first team, and Sporting News All-American Honorable Mention. In 2001 and Scalabrine’s senior season he led the Trojans to the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament where they lost to Duke.
The New Jersey Nets selected Scalabrine 34th overall in the 2001 NBA draft. He played 4 seasons with the Nets, until he signed with the Boston Celtics in 2005. While Scalabrine averaged 12.9 minutes and 2.7 points per game during his time with the Celtics, he was incredibly popular and loved by the Boston fans. He was also a part of the 2008 NBA Finals Champion team and the 2010 NBA Finals Runner-up team.
Scalabrine left the Celtics and played two years with the Chicago Bulls before officially retiring in 2012. After a stint with the Golden State Warriors in 2013 as an assistant coach, he announced his return “home” to Boston to become a Comcast SportsNet announcer. His currently is an analyst for the Boston Celtics and lives in Boston with his wife Kristen and their three children.