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Joe Gill is a long time Boston Sports fan. Growing up in the suburbs north of Boston, he is a devoted fan of the New England Patriots (season ticket holder for 18 years) and Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins (bleeds black and gold). He also follows the Red Sox and Celtics, but due to the heartbreak of the ’86 World Series and retirement of Larry Bird, not a die hard fan.
Joe is also the creator of the successful Boston Sports Blogapalooza networking event.
Contact Joe Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
@nikki thanks for reading!
Thanks for post Joe http://bleacherreport.com/articles/795242-top-ten-worst-bruins-first-round-picks-of-the-past-thirty-years
Dmitri Kvartalnov 91 pts in 112 games? Sounds pretty good to me. Why is he on here. And Joe Thornton had 174 pts in his last 2 season with boston. Deffinitly not.
Hey Joe, just got done wiht my latest and was curious about your thoughts on it
I've got two articles for you to check out. The first is my 100th article here on Bleacher Report, all about speculation and the nature of sports writing:
The second is an article stating my opinion on the Donovan McNabb trade from Philly to Washington.
Appreciate any feedback given!
do you agree? : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/335931-the-joke-is-on-nfl-fans-this-sunday
This past Monday, I had one of the greatest opportunities of my writing career.
An interview with NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback, Fran Tarkenton.
He talked about everything from Brett Favre, to Peyton Manning, to business.
If you have a free moment, I'd love to get your thoughts on the interview...
My first 2010 Patriots Mock Draft.
Would love to get your opinion on my article about the turning point for the Patriots franchise from the mess they were to the dynasty they became.
Hey Joe yea that sounds great and I'd probably be up for it. I realize your in the planning stages and not sure if it would happen but do you have any idea as to when you would have it happen?
Thanks for becoming a fan, appreciated. Look forward to reading more of your work..