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Appearance Talking Boston Sports On TSN & ESPN Radio

SoB's Ryan Hadfield Talked Boston Sports on TSN (Courtesy GraphicsByJanDJ.com)

The Bruins won last night in Toronto. While gearing up for the game, Mike Hogan had me on his radio show on Toronto Sports Network (an affiliate of ESPN Radio) Saturday afternoon to talk about a vareity of Boston sports topics.

The 10-minute spot included what makes Boston a great sports city, what the pecking order of teams is in terms of coverage and fandom, who the most popular players are, and much more.

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About Ryan Hadfield

Ryan Hadfield is the author of the weekly Sports Media Musings column at Sports Of Boston. Hadfield is known as one of the top sports media critics in Boston. He also contributes to Boston Sports Media Watch. In November 2011, Hadfield helped launch the new SoB Point Taken blog featuring his podcasts & musings on sports, media and culture. Follow Ryan on Twitter.

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