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Bruins Gaining Momentum Heading into the Olympic Break

With 21 goals in four games the Boston Bruins are amid a four game win streak and are looking to carry momentum into the winter Olympic break. Bruins vs. Islanders While the New York Islanders may not be the best of teams, actually they are one of the worst; they still seem to give the […]

SoB NBA Eastern Conference Power Rankings: Thanksgiving Edition

After watching the Boston Celtics struggle through the initial part of the 2012-13 NBA season, I made the executive decision that doing a full NBA Power Rankings was too depressing. Why do I want to put myself in the position of constantly ranking the Celtics tenth or lower? Let’s just stick to the Eastern Conference, […]

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 […]

Miami’s Big 3 Dominate Boston’s Big 3, Heat Take 2-0 Series Lead

The Miami Heat’s LeBron James was an unstoppable force in Tuesday’s Game Two of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals against the Boston Celtics. In the paint, through the lanes, from the key, from beyond the arc, it didn’t matter: James hit shots from every angle and spot on the floor. The Celtics could not contain him, […]

Celtics Nip Magic to Build 2-0 Series Lead

For the second time in three nights, the Boston Celtics won a hotly contested game over the Orlando Magic at Amway Arena. Strong games from Rajon Rondo, who scored 25 points, and Paul Pierce, who finished with 28, allowed the C’s to nip the Magic  95-92, and take a commanding 2-0 Eastern Conference Finals series […]

2009-2010 NBA Eastern Conference Standings Prediction

With the NBA regular season less than two weeks away, it is time to take a look at how the Eastern Conference standings may shape up. As recent as 2007, the Eastern Conference’s struggles against Western Conference teams earned it the moniker: “The Least-ern Conference.” Last season, we saw a bit of a power shift […]

2009-10 NHL Eastern Conference Preview: Northeast Division

As Thursday night’s opening to the 2009-10 season nears, the hopes and expectations of Bruins fans everywhere continue to build. This is “the year.” After a surprisingly successful ’08-’09 season that saw the B’s finish the regular season sitting atop the Eastern Conference, visions of putting an end to the 37-year Cup drought here in […]