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.


7 thoughts on “Bruins Win Two In A Row? Really?

  1. 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.


  2. 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


    1. 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.


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