A Bruin fan dies and was met at the Pearly Gates by an angel that offered to bring him on a tour of Heaven. As they walked the grounds the Bruins fan noticed what looked like a hockey rink and asked if he could go inside. The angel of course said yes.
Upon entering the rink, the Bruins fan was struck as he saw a lone skater going up and down the ice. He was graceful and fast, and he made moves that seemed impossible for mere mortals. And he had on a Bruins jersey with #4 on his back.
The Bruins fan turned to the angel with tears welling in his eyes and said, "Oh my God, that's Bobby Orr. Did he die?"
The angel's response came as a relief, "No. That's God but he thinks he's Bobby Orr."
Guy Lafleur and Bobby Orr pass away on the same day. As they walk through the pearly gates together they acknowledge eachother and walk towards St. Peter. Lafleur is first greeted and guided towards his home in heaven. A lovely french style cottage with a small vineyard. Happy, Lafleur begins to look around his new home satisfied with his new abode. But, when he goes into the garden he looks across to the next cloud and sees and enormous mansion, painted black and gold, with giant statues of Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito and Ray Bourque, a giant spoked B on the lawn, The Dropkick Murphys being blared out at full volume... Incensed, Lafleur marches straight back to St. Peter, and begins complaining at the unfairness between his small cottage and Bobby's incredible mansion. Laughing, Peter replied, "Oh Guy, that is not Bobby's house, but the house of God himself!"