The Boston Bruins announced that two-time Stanley Cup-winning forward Fred Stanfield died at the age of 77 on Monday.

Stanfield began his NHL career with the Chicago Black Hawks in 1964 and spent three seasons with them before getting traded to the Bruins. In Boston, Stanfield was part of Cup-winning teams in 1970 and 1972.

The Toronto native also went on to enjoy stints with the Minnesota North Stars and Buffalo Sabres.