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Video: Celtics Honor Pierce, Garnett in Return to Boston

“Anything is possiblllllllllleeeeee!!!!!” These, of course, are the immortal words of Kevin Garnett after the former Celtic won his first NBA championship in his first season in Boston. At the time, Garnett was referring to, well, I don’t know what. Coming from a man who has talked about tortillas and microwaves as a metaphor for […]

Burrows Scores 11 Seconds into OT to Give Canucks 3-2 Win; Bruins Down 0-2

Alex Freaking Burrows. The Vancouver Canucks could not have asked for a better night for their little biter in their 3-2 overtime win against the Boston Bruins Saturday night. Burrows was involved in all three of the Canuck goals, tallying up two goals and an assist on Hart Trophy finalist Daniel Sedin’s 9th playoff goal […]

Why I Hate the Montreal Canadiens

The regular season is over and our Boston Bruins proved that they can hang with the big boys in the conference, finishing with the #3 seed.  Now it’s time for the playoffs, and their first opponent…the Montreal Canadiens. I am a proud American and love my country.  I am forever thankful to my forefathers in […]

Bruins Bring Back Bear Ad In Response to Vandalism

Every Bruins fan’s favorite ad campaign, which has brought viewers hilarious commercials over and over again, is back. This time, however, the Bear is bringing some bite. The newest “Hockey Rules” commercial, viewable at the bottom of this page, features the Bear in a women’s bathroom as he spackles a column and stares angrily into […]

Bruins Training Camp: What to Watch For, Part 2

On Wednesday, we showed the first four things to watch for as the Bruins open camp. While the way the 2009-2010 Bruins season ended really stung, we are turning the page to a new era of Boston Bruins hockey. One way to get that started is with new talent, like Nathan Horton and Gregory Campbell. […]

Bruins Training Camp: What to Watch For, Part 1

Is it too soon to talk about the Bruins yet, or is the sting of last spring’s playoff collapse still too painful to overcome? Personally, as tough as it may be to do, I say we turn the page to the next chapter: the 2010-11 NHL season. The B’s are off and running this month […]

UFC Makes Lackluster Debut in Boston

With the rising popularity of MMA, it is great to see states that once dismissed mixed martial arts as nothing more than barbaric bloodshed are now opening their doors to one of this country’s biggest draws in the world of sports. The city of Boston had never held a UFC event due to a lack of regulation in Massachusetts. […]

The Couch Potato Report: Supersized Edition

Nobody likes a whiner. So I won’t start off this week’s “Couch Potato Report” whining about why there wasn’t a “C.P.R.” last week. I won’t tell you that my awkwardly big feet kicked the switch of my surge protector underneath my computer, powering down my PC and leaving my unsaved, nearly completed article left as […]

Celtics Come Up Huge, Pull Even With Lakers in Finals

It certainly wasn’t pretty, but it was exciting. It was chippy. It was physical. It was hard-fought. It was a huge win for the Boston Celtics, who evened their best-of-seven NBA Finals series with the Los Angeles Lakers at two games a piece, with a 96-89 victory at TD Garden in Boston on Thursday night. […]

Celtics Pound Orlando for 3-0 Series Lead, One Win Away From Finals

This game was over in the first quarter. This series was over and given a brilliant summation with just under 9 minutes in the first half, with an all-out hustle play by Rajon Rondo that would make Larry Bird proud, to dive and take the ball (and the series) away from Jason Williams and the […]

Rondo, Celtics Pull Even With Cavs in 97-87 Win

“M-V-P! M-V-P! M-V-P!” The chants rained down for a more-than-deserving Rajon Rondo on Sunday afternoon at TD Garden, as he hit both of his free throws to put the finishing touches on a performance that will go down as one of the best in Celtics postseason history. Already the undoubted MVP for the team up […]

Late Goal By Lucic Gives Bruins 2-0 Series Lead

You can’t help but acknowledge the irony. Amidst the celebration at TD Garden on Monday night, as the Boston Bruins took a commanding 2-0 lead in their best-of-seven semifinal series against the Philadelphia Flyers, The Standells’ “Love That Dirty Water” was blaring across the arena just like it would after any Bruins victory. But it […]

Ginobli’s 28 Pace Spurs Past Uninspired Celtics

The San Antonio Spurs (44-28) played like a team fighting for a playoff berth as they cruised past the Boston Celtics (47-26) 94-73 in front of a sellout crowd at the TD Garden on Sunday night. The Celtics, who have played well against Western Conference teams as of late, played a solid first quarter against […]

Is the Ice to Blame for Bruins’ Scoring Woes?

On Friday’s team practice at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington, the Boston Bruins began to discuss a topic they felt had gone unaddressed for too long. The topic didn’t concern Phil Kessel’s departure to Toronto, nor did it have anything to do with the absences of Marc Savard and Milan Lucic. It also had nothing to […]

Celtics Stuff Clawless Bobcats

The Celtics didn’t disappoint in their home opener Wednesday night, never trailing the Charlotte Bobcats and opening up leads as big as 33 points en route to a lopsided 92-59 victory at the TD Garden. The biggest question going into the contest was whether or not the Celtics’ legs would hold up after playing rival […]