The Bruins continue to struggle offensively, and see their playoff position weakening with each game. Last night the Bruins fell to the worst team in the Eastern Conference, the Tampa Bay Lightning at the Garden, 3-1. Steve Conroy says that the Bruins continue to give the same workmanlike effort, but their biggest problem remains the … Continue reading Bruins Scoring Woes Continue
On the heels of the Fire Joe Morgan crew revealing their identities recently, the man behind another huge sports blog, TheBigLead.com has also decided the time has come to tell the world who he is. Richard Deitsch of SI.com has an interview with 31-year-old Jason McIntyre, a former sportswriter, who runs the site from his … Continue reading TheBigLead.com Reveals Identity
The Celtics extended their winning streak to 10 games last night, as they routed the Seattle SuperSonics, 111-82 at the Garden. Peter May has the game report for the Globe, and notes that even Tim Donaghy could've impacted the outcome of this one. However to me, the most startling part of May's article was when … Continue reading Celtics More Super Than Sonics
Sports by Brooks notes that being a Red Sox beat reporter this week has been a job that might entail some hazard pay, with pelicans dive-bombing into windshields and foul balls smashing laptops. Deadspin also picks up the SBB storyline. Hey, that's nothing, imagine being in the clubhouse when Roger Clemens was firing bread rolls … Continue reading Hazard Pay For Sox Writers?
Nick Cafardo catches up with former Sox outfielder Mike Greenwell, who threw out the first pitch yesterday, and weighed in on the steroid issue. Steve Buckley has more from Greenwell, who says that Roger Clemens deserves to be in the Hall of Fame despite the fact that Greenwell feels he might've used performance-enhancing drugs. Joe … Continue reading Greenwell Speaks Out on Clemens, Steroids
Peter King appeared on WEEI's Dale & Holley show today to discuss his recent USO tour in Afghanistan. He talked about the troops, and how they use football and talking about football as a real escape from what they have to deal with from day to day. King loves to talk, and to tell stories … Continue reading Peter King’s Loose Lips
In an effort to bring you a "fair and balanced" perspective to the Matt Walsh story in yesterday's Globe, I present to you a link to Ron Borges' rebuttal piece posted on ronborges.com. I bring you this link if only because it's fun to: 1) See Ronnie bash the Globe. and 2) See Ronnie defend … Continue reading Borges Blasts Globe, Defends Walsh.
Kevin Henkin on the BSMW Full Court Press chronicles the experience of a Celtics fan at a Bruins game. The Celtics picked up their fiftieth win of the season last night in Philadelphia, as they knocked off the Sixers 100-86. Kevin Garnett led the way with 26 points and 12 rebounds for the Green, who … Continue reading Boston Five-Oh
Glen Ordway called into the Big Show shortly after 5:00 to update the situation with his family. He reported that they are now "cautiously optimistic" about his newborn daughter Mia's chances of having a normal life. She is being treated at Children's Hospital, where she received the same thermal cooling treatment that Bills tight end … Continue reading Glenn Ordway Update
This morning's Bob Hohler report in the Globe about Matt Walsh has predictably sparked much conversation on the radio airwaves and across the internet. Gerry Callahan this morning effectively dismissed the Globe's report as simply the Patriots going on the offensive to attempt to discredit Walsh before he talks. In my mind, there's a problem … Continue reading Boston Globe, Patriots Mouthpiece? Not So Fast.