1. Carl Yastrzemski and His Crowning Achievement

    Believe it or not, it has been 43 years since a major league baseball player captured the Triple Crown. The jewels in this elusive crown are batting average, home runs, and runs batted in. Only a blessed few are in this elite class...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 4 years ago 349 reads 7 comments

  2. 1980 Winter Olympics: The Massachusetts Miracle Men

    The world was in a state of turmoil. The Cold War was at epic heights between the Soviet Union and the United States. America was secretly funding the Afghan rebels to defeat the Soviets in Afghanistan...

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  3. Rallying Point: Boston Bruins Band Together

    Wow, the Black and Gold have come a long way in just a week. Last Saturday, the Bruins were suffering their 10th straight loss at the hands of the Vancouver Canucks in yet another shootout failure...

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  4. Boston Bruins: Learning from Losing

    The Bruins finally broke their 10-game losing streak against the Montreal Canadiens with a hard fought, 3-0 shutout victory. Boston had come close before, but they finally put together a 60-minute effort...

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  5. Team USA, Men's Hockey: The Goaltenders

    Team USA will look to rebound from a disappointing eight place finish in the ’06 Olympics and they will have quality backstops to help them. Ryan Miller, Tim Thomas, and Jonathan Quick are a strong trio representing their country between the pipes...

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  6. Top 10 Goalies in Boston Bruins History

    Who are the Top 10 backstops in Boston Bruins history? Some of the names you know and some may not be as familiar to you unless you were born in 1924...

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  7. Skid Row: Boston Bruins Need Difference Maker

    Coming out of their four-day break after being throttled by Carolina, the Bruins have shown better effort, but they are getting the same results. Losses. The Bruins win-less skid has reached seven games...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 4 years ago 397 reads 22 comments

  8. Fifty Years Of Patriots Football: 2002-2003

    In 2002, the Patriots were coming off their first championship in team history. They were about to open a state of the art stadium in Foxboro. New England traded franchise quarterback Drew Bledsoe to the division rival Buffalo...

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  9. Boston Bruins' Brass: Team VP Cam Neely Speaks

    Michael Felger and Tony Massarotti from 98.5 the Sports Hub spoke with Bruins Team Vice President, Cam Neely about the state of the Bruins. I have to applaud Felgy and Mazz for asking all the tough questions during a tough time for the Black and Gold...

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  10. Boston Bruins' Draft Picks: To Trade or Not To Trade

    That is the question of the day. What can they do to right their ship and not mortgage their future? The Boston Bruins are stumbling and plummeting to the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings...

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  11. The Boston Bruins Have Hit Rock Bottom

    NESN’s play-by-play man Jack Edwards couldn’t have said it any better at the conclusion of the Bruins embarrassing 5-1 loss to the bottom feeding Carolina Hurricanes...

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  12. Julien Calls Out Wideman, Bruins

    Stephen Harris from the Bruins+%26+NHL+-+Bruins+%26+NHL+-+BostonHerald.com%29">Boston Herald reported that Claude Julien called out Dennis Wideman; one of the most underachieving Bruins defensemen ...

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  13. Larry Bird: Larry Legend Overcomes Headache To Pain Pacers

    In the ’90-’91 season, the Celtics were still one of the top teams in the NBA. They finished with a 56-26 record under head coach Chris Ford and won the Atlantic division...

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  14. Boston Bruins' Top 10 All Time Acquisitions

    Below is a compilation of the Boston Bruins’ top acquisitions via trade or free agency of all time. All of these players had an impact on the franchise, but not all of them resulted in championships...

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  15. Tim Thomas Is An Elite Goaltender And A Thief

    Give Tuukka Time a rest (especially you Michael Felger)! Tim Thomas is still an ELITE goaltender folks. The game last night versus San Jose illustrates just that. He single handedly won that game for the Bruins last night...

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  16. Boston Is Spoiled Rottenville

    Ok this is year two without a championship, yes this is NOT a typo!   It’s year TWO without a championship in Boston perhaps the Bruins or probably the Celtics can end this “drought...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 4 years ago 29 reads 0 comments

  17. Mike Eruzione: The Goal Heard Around The World

      This February will mark the 30th anniversary of the “Miracle On Ice” when the US hockey team stunned the powerful Soviets and went on to capture the gold.  Mike Eruzione was team captain of that squad and scored “the goal heard around the world...

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  18. Brady Versus Manning: Who Is The Best All Around QB?

    This is the debate that may never be answered. The arguments of all arguments. Who is the best quarterback in the NFL today? Is it Tom Brady? Peyton Manning? Some can even make an argument for “Big Ben” Roethlisberger...

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  19. Patriots Run Over By Ravens, 33-14

    This game was over before it really ever began. Ray Rice gashed the Patriots for an 83 yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. And before you finished your first beer, New England was down 24-0...

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  20. NFL Team Of The Decade: The New England Patriots

    There isn’t much debate on what NFL franchise was the most dominate over the first decade of this millennium. Sorry Colts fans, your lone Super Bowl Title doesn’t cut the mustard...

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  21. Pats-Titans: The Foxboro Ice Bowl Six Years Later

    This Sunday will mark the sixth anniversary of the “Ice Bowl” at Foxboro stadium. The Patriots met the Tennessee Titans in one of the coldest playoff games in NFL History...

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  22. Ravens-Patriots Preview: Can The Pats Win Without Wes?

    Overview: The Patriots (#3 seed) and Ravens (#6 seed) will meet for the second time this season, but this time it’s for all the marbles in the Wild Card playoffs...

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  23. Holmgren At The Helm: Browns Team President Speaks

    New Cleveland Browns President, Mike Holmgren addressed the media for the first time today. This is his first day on the job and he hit the ground running. He has a lot of work ahead of him...

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  24. Life Without Welker: Pats Lose Wideout And Game

    Not the way you want to end your regular season going into the playoffs.   This game was bizarre to say the least.   Bill Belichick plays Tom Brady who was being held together with band-aids and bubble gum...

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  25. Fifty Years Of Patriots Football: 2000-2001

    At the dawn of a new decade and millennium, the Patriots were looking for a new leader. They found that leader in Bill Belichick but getting him wouldn’t be that easy. Bill Belichick was on Bill Parcells’ staff at the rival New York Jets..

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