As of 2015, Bobby Orr works as a sports agent and spends a lot of time with his wife Peggy and his two sons, Darren and Brent. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf and doing charitable work throughout the country.
Orr was an extremely popular ice hockey player from Canada. He played for 12 years in the National Hockey League from 1966 to 1978 and received numerous honors and trophies, including the title of the league's "Most Valuable Player." When he retired, he had 270 goals and was inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame.
After his career in the NHL, Orr continued to be surrounded by sports. He played different roles in the NHL before becoming a sports agent in 1996. He continues to help coach youth hockey, and likes golfing and fishing with his friends and family. Furthermore, Orr is well-known for his generous charitable works. He spends a lot of time comforting the sick and dying, which includes taking trips to the hospital and bringing children gifts. He reportedly had even set up his home as a hospice environment for a dying friend. In 2013, Orr published an autobiography that made it to eighth on the list of nonfiction books by the New York Times.