Ray Bourque’s blood alcohol level was more than 3 TIMES the legal limit when the Boston Bruins legend was arrested for drunk driving this weekend … this according to the police report.
55-year-old Bourque — considered one of the greatest defensemen of all time — was arrested in Andover, Mass. on Friday night after allegedly rear-ending a minivan at 11:30 PM.
Cops arrived to the scene and arrested Bourque — who admitted to “having a few drinks” at the Andover Country Club, according to the police report obtained by the Eagle Tribune.
Bourque appeared in court earlier today and pled not guilty to OUI — operating under the influence.
Bourque issued a statement — saying, “For the first time in my life, I find myself in unfamiliar territory. I am not happy about the situation I put myself into on Friday night.”
“I am a very proud person that accepts the responsibility of my actions and have always accepted being in the media eye.”
“I have used this popularity to try and positively impact as many lives as possible. I am happy that no one was hurt in the accident and thank everyone who has reached out in support of my family and me. Please be patient as I go through this process and respect my family and my privacy.”