So I am curious to know about the infography makeup of Bruins fans. There was a post in a ratings thread where a poster said the Bruins have always had a more blue collar fan base compared to other Boston sport teams. This viewpoint has been beaten to death by the Boston media, notably by such personalities as Dan Shaughnessy and Mike Felger. That useful idiot Shaughnessy wrote an article back in 1990 that portrayed the fanbase as being the beer-drinking American car driving crowd that packs in the Bruins games. Who are the Boston fans? There are some identical conclusions we could make about the fanbase of this great team. It's obvious going to have a very white fanbase. The gender makeup is largely male, though a good size of females I know love hockey and the B's. The blue collar image I don't get because the NHL is supposedly has the highest educated and most affluent fanbase of the four main professional sport leagues. Is the Boston media portraying of the Bruins fan outdated, or does this still reflect the diehard fan who couldn't afford to go to games but watches them in the comfort of their home?