The Bruins picked up a home win against Toronto last night, with Tim Thomas in net.
NFL Free Agency began at midnight, and things have been very quiet around Foxborough. The only mention I’ve seen of them is Jason La Canfora of NFL Network saying that the Patriots, along with the Eagles, had offers in to Julius Peppers, who is visiting the Bears today, and seems a good bet to sign there.
The Celtics picked up veteran swingman Michael Finley, and the Red Sox continue their spring training grind.
Bruins win ugly over Maple Leafs – Joe Haggerty has the game story and talking points on the Bruins 3-2 shootout win over the Maple Leafs.
Tim Thomas turns back clock – Matt Kalman has the Bruins goaltender looking more like the player who won the Vezina trophy last season.
Don Cherry Still Cheering for the Bruins After All These Years – James Murphy has the Hockey Night in Canada icon saying that he still roots for the team he used to coach.
The cap comes off – and a chill is felt – Albert Breer looks at changing times in the NFL.
Pats’ approach on Mankins feels like risky business – Jonathan Comey has a look at how the Patriots are dealing with one of the best first round selections of the Bill Belichick era.
Kalish shows animal instincts on the diamond – Alex Speier has a look at Red Sox outfield prospect Ryan Kalish, who has drawn attention for his aggressive style of play at spring training.
Being Like Mike: Cameron recalls Jordan’s influence – Speier also talks to Mike Cameron about being a minor league teammate of Michael Jordan.
Golden oldies seek relief on Red Sox – Ron Borges looks at a few of the, ahem experienced, pitchers looking for a spot on the Red Sox staff.
Beckett’s work ethic wins teammates’ praise – Daniel Barbarisi’s notebook covers the bases nicely from Red Sox spring training.
Finley a low-risk, possibly high-impact pickup for C’s – Paul Flannery explains why Michael Finley might be more like P.J. Brown than you think.
Also check out Chris Warner’s Q&A With NIU DE James Ruffin over on Patriots Daily.