Hockey Night in Canada

Ray Bourque's doppelganger son making NHL debut

Hall of Fame defenceman Ray Bourque last played in the NHL in 2001. On Thursday night, hockey fans may experience some mild déjà vu as his son Ryan debuts for the New York Rangers.

Ryan Bourque looks very much like famous father

One is a Hall of Famer. The other is his son. Which one is which? (Twitter/Google Images)

Hall of Fame defenceman Ray Bourque last played in the NHL in 2001.

Tonight, hockey fans may experience some mild déjà vu as Ray's son Ryan makes his NHL debut for the New York Rangers.

The resemblance is uncanny. Are we sure that's Ryan in the above image? Or did Ray make some kind of deal with the devil to win another Stanley Cup?


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