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Bruins Blow Early Lead to Fall to Lightning: Series Tied at 2

The Eastern Conference Finals will come back to Boston at a dead heat on Monday, as the Bruins managed to blow a 1st period 3-0 lead, allowing Tampa Bay to score five unanswered goals in the following two periods for a final score of 5-3. Although the Bruins come away from their road trip with […]

Bergeron Activated for Tonight’s Game 3

All signs point to Patrice Bergeron making his debut in the Eastern Conference finals in tonight’s Game 3. Although there has been no official confirmation from the team or Coach Claude Julien; Joe Haggerty reports that Bruins sources have confirmed to CSNNE.com that Bergeron has been cleared to play this evening. In his pregame conference […]

Going, Going, A-Gon: Sox Roar Back for Win with Gonzalez Walkoff Hit

Even Daisuke Matsuzaka couldn’t rob the Sox of a win Monday night. Already the 2011 savior of Sox Nation, offseason acquisition Adrian Gonzalez stole one for the team at Fenway Park with a walk-off double to left field that secured and 8-7 win over the Baltimore Orioles. The Red Sox have now won four in […]

Celtics Rout Heat in Game 3 to Keep the Series Within Reach

Despite what your eyes were telling you and everything you were hearing, did you really think this team would go down 3-0 to the Miami Heat? On their home court? In the waning moments of their glory days? No, you didn’t. Not these legendary players, in this historic city, underneath all those banners. So for now […]

Former Patriot Bruschi to Join NFL’s Climb up Mt. Kiliminjaro

Tedy Bruschi may just be one of the toughest competitors to put on a professional uniform here in New England, and now he’s out to prove it again. The three-time Super Bowl Champion and former New England Patriots linebacker, along with former Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher and former Eagles tight end Chad Lewis, will […]

Bill Russell to be Honored with Statue in Boston

Earlier today it was announced that the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation, in conjunction with the Bill Russell Legacy Committee, will erect a statue of legendary Celtic Bill Russell in the city of Boston. As most Bostonians would agree, it’s about time. Russell is considered one of the greatest athletes to play professional sports in North […]

Celtics-Heat Series Preview: The Road to the Title Still Goes Through Boston

There are going to be some great second round matchups in the 2011 playoffs, but Sunday’s game 1 between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics will kick off the series that everyone will have their eyes on. The starters for these two teams have combined for 69 All-Star appearances, 10 Championship rings, 5 NBA Finals […]

Bruins Fall to Habs 2-1 to Force Game 7 in Beantown

The Canadiens had their jet fueled and ready to go as they left the Bell Centre Tuesday, one of the few times they are grateful to be heading to Boston. With a 2-1 win in front of their roaring home crowd, the Habs forced a Game 7 at the TD Garden for Wednesday night. These […]

Celtics Sweep Knicks Without Perk, But Post-Trade Struggles Linger

For the first time in the Big Three era, the Celtics have won a playoff series without Kendrick Perkins wearing their signature green. Yet, it remained challenging for fans and analysts alike to watch Boston struggle at times in their first round match-up against the long playoff-deprived Knicks and not bring up the “P” word. […]