Bruins Win Two In A Row? Really?

The Bruins have been awful for a long stretch this season, but they haven’t packed it in just yet. Last night they defeated the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 in the sudden death shootout for their second win in a row.

Bruins shoot down Sabres, 3-2 – Joe Haggerty has the game story and talking points on this one.

Rask, Paille lead B’s to second straight win – Dan Rowinski on also looks at the victory.

An Ortiz revival and a Lester slump? What the numbers guys say about the 2010 Red Sox – Daniel Barbarisi takes a look at the 2010 Red Sox from the pages of a few books of statistical projection.

Plenty of questions as Red Sox head to spring training – It’s that time again – the annual “Questions heading into the start of spring training/training camp” articles are starting to pour in. Today, Michael Silverman has nine questions about the 2010 Sox.

Jon Lester at top of Red Sox rotation – Silverman gets two links this morning, as he also has a piece on the Red Sox 26-year-old lefty ace.

Rob Leary an organization man – Gordon Edes looks at the new man in charge of the Red Sox spring training schedule.

Rajon Rondo on His Way to Becoming Celtics’ Centerpiece – Liam Martin says that the Celtics point guard is their MVP this season, no doubt about it.

Doc Rivers: Enough talking – Chris Forsberg has the Celtics coach urging his team to back up their words.

Road trip will reveal much about Celtics – Jim Fenton says that the Celtics are in need of a jump start, and the upcoming West coast swing could provide that.

Bill in full charge – Mark Farinella believes that Bill Belichick’s decision not to name any coordinators is solely for the purpose of stiffing the media.


  1. Angry Old Bastard says

    Sorry Farinella, but I don’t think Belichick thinks of the media at all. Isn’t that why most of the media despises him?…once again, the media thinking it’s all about “them”….pathetic


    • Tony says

      Bingo AOB–with the media, it’s always all about THEM.

      The very notion that Belichick even gave a nanosecond of thought to annoying the media by basically naming himself defensive coordinator is beyond laughable–unless you live in that insular world of dinosaur journalism that is.


  2. says

    A few years earlier than anyone thought or planned, the Celtics are Rondo’s team. Between the contract and the injuries, it is his team. And that is actually a very good thing.