Phil Bourque is an all-around very amicable, upbeat, caring man. He’s also a father, and a former professional ice hockey player. He made his NHL debut with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1983–84 and became a roster mainstay in the 1988–89 season, playing in all 80 games. He was on the Penguins teams that won the Stanley Cup in both the 1990–91 and 1991–92 seasons. The “Ol’ Two-Niner” went on to represent the U.S. at the Men's World Ice Hockey Championships (1994) and to pen "If These Walls Could Talk: Pittsburgh Penguins," in which he shared stories from his playing and broadcasting careers (2019). Retired from professional hockey, Bourque co-hosts Penguins pre- and post-game shows on the Penguins Radio Network and contributes to AT&T Sportsnet's coverage of Penguins hockey.
Dr. Heil was able to provide a personally curated treatment, using his ARTAS robotic hair transplant system (affectionately known as “Rosey”—as in, the robot housekeeper of the Jetson family, which Dr. Heil grew up watching). It was an honor to be able to help Mr. Bourque meet his needs, and the treatment experience was fun, flawless, and a great time for all. The images and video here share some of the unique experience.