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Bruins 2010-2011 Preview: Defensemen

When most people think of what went wrong with the Bruins last year, the biggest problem was that they were unable to score goals to win games. Even when they were up against the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 in the series, they were unable to keep the momentum and ended up dropping four straight games on […]

Marc Savard out, Tyler Seguin in?

Sometimes the best position is the one you are most comfortable in. Hopefully that will be the case for Bruins’ rookie Tyler Seguin. Since there has been so much uncertainty regarding Marc Savard, both in trade rumors and also because he is still experiencing concussion symptoms, Seguin is penciled in by some to fill in […]

Patriots 2010 Preview: Tight Ends

A lot can change in one year. Even a whole position on a team. For as long as I can remember the Patriots have always had a formidable group of tight ends and this upcoming season, the team will continue that very tradition. Only this time, all four tight ends are brand new to the […]

Taylor or Tyler? That is the Question

With the second pick in the 2010 NHL Draft, the Boston Bruins select……Tyler Seguin? Of course everyone was hoping that the Bruins would get Taylor Hall over Seguin, but to have the opportunity to get Seguin is one Boston should not pass up. When these two young stars announced that they were going to declare […]

Gagne Powers Flyers as Bruins Watch from the Box

This perfect picture is turning very blurry very fast for the Bruins. It would’ve been nice for them to come home and make it to the Eastern Conference Finals by beating the Philadelphia Flyers while in Boston. Well the champagne is going to have to wait at least another night. As Boston fans, we expected […]

Celtics Reserves Can’t Hold off Bucks

In the last game of the season, already booked for the playoffs, did anyone really expect to see the Celtics‘ Big Three play? Well they didn’t and you can add Kendrick Perkins to the list of DNPs as well. So with the backups and Rajon Rondo in the game, the Celtics ended up losing 106-95 to the Milwaukee Bucks, who […]

Pavano Slows Down Sox Bats, Helps Twins Win in Target Field Opener

No one can really predict the weather, but for the Minnesota Twins it couldn’t have been any sunnier Monday afternoon. It was their first home game in their new ballpark, Target Field, and the Red Sox were the unlucky ones to stop by to see the unveiling. The Sox just couldn’t get things going and […]

Bruins Help Themselves in Playoff Push, Beat Sabres 3-1

Needing a win to help its playoff chances, the Boston Bruins hosted the Buffalo Sabres Thursday night. The Sabres gave the B’s a gift before the game even started, as they sat their All-Star and Olympian goalie Ryan Miller. Miller is 40-18-8 on the season so it’s a good thing that he wasn’t playing. Instead, […]

Celtics Stuggle to Remain Consistent, Lose to Knicks

Coming off a big win over the Eastern Conference leading Cleveland Cavaliers on Easter, the Boston Celtics looked to keep its winning streak going on Tuesday night when they visited the New York Knicks. The Celtics carried a 3-0 season series edge heading into the matchup, but it’s hard to sleep on these Knicks. The […]

Red Sox 2010 Roster Preview: Fourth Outfielder

The fourth outfielder is starting to become a very popular position in the Red Sox organization, as well as the rest of the MLB, and this year is no different. Just like teams in the NHL are learning, it’s always good to have at least two capable goalies, and for baseball teams it’s the same […]

Red Sox 2010 Roster Preview: Left Field, Jacoby Ellsbury

Roaming the outfield for the Red Sox are players with a lot of speed, leadership, and experience. But, can everyone avoid injuries? Health has been an issue for the Red Sox in recent years, especially if you look at who’s standing in right field. Over the years, the Sox outfield has changed tremendously. Manny Ramirez […]

Red Sox 2010 Roster Preview: Right Field, J.D. Drew

When you think of past right fielders for the Red Sox, who do you think of? Maybe Trot Nixon, who of course will forever be in our hearts. Maybe you think of Troy O’Leary, who was one of my all-time favorite players. Ten years from now, will you think of J.D. Drew? Well, he was […]

Bruins Sneak by Devils in OT

When the Bruins visited the New Jersey Devils Tuesday night, did anyone expect a high-scoring game? Didn’t think so. Coming off a tough 3-2 loss to the Buffalo Sabres the night before, the Bruins were able to force overtime and pull of the 1-0 win in NJ. Boston is fighting to stay in the playoff hunt, […]

Red Sox 2010 Roster Preview: Center Field, Mike Cameron

The Red Sox made a lot of moves this offseason and none were more criticized than when they signed veteran Mike Cameron to a two-year deal worth close to $15 million. Looking a bit closer, the signing made a lot of sense for the type of play the Sox are expecting to use this season. […]

Lightning ‘Power’ Their Way Past Bruins

Like the old saying goes “you plan a pretty picnic but you can’t predict the weather.” That saying fit perfectly Thursday night when the Boston Bruins took on the Tampa Bay Lightning because it was all Lightning, all night. It was also Steven Stamkos all night as he had two goals for the game and […]