The Bruins took a 2-1 series lead on the Buffalo Sabres with a 2-1 victory at the TD Garden last night. In addition to the links below, get all the coverage at

The Red Sox are awful right now. Just awful. 0-for their last 32 with runners in scoring position, this is a team that just can’t get it going. The were pummeled again by the Rays, 8-2at Fenway yesterday. You can get the game Reloaded, but do you really want to?

The Celtics get ready for game two of their first round series with the Miami Heat tonight at the Garden, but will do so without the suspended Kevin Garnett.

The Patriots will find out their 2010 schedule tonight, as continue last minute prep for this week’s NFL Draft, starting Thursday night.

Seems like old times as Bruins outmuscle Sabres – Joe Haggerty has the gamer from last night, as well as  several talking points.

Old faithful – Jeff Hamrick of the Eagle-Tribune looks at 42-year-old Mark Recchi setting up the game winner for the Bruins.

A long wait between playoff goals for Bergeron . . . but it was worth it – Danny Picard has Patrice Bergeron scoring his first postseason goal since 2004.

Vladimir Sobotka snares spotlight – Stephen Harris has the Bruins fourth-line center being ignited in the postseason.

Savard is able to begin skating – Fluto Shinzawa’s notebook has Marc Savard stepping out on the ice for the first time since his concussion.

If the Red Sox keep struggling, it’s Theo Epstein who will catch the heat – Ron Chimelis says that Epstein, not Terry Francona should feel the heat if the team continues to struggle.

Red Sox clubhouse not a happy place – Mike Fine has Dustin Pedroia among those expressing dissatisfaction at his team’s play.

Right now, they can’t do anything right – Gordon Edes says that the Red Sox can’t hit, field, or pitch, and they can’t even win at Fenway Park.

The rotation was Lack-ing – Alex Speier says that with the three aces at the top of their rotation, the Red Sox were not supposed to go through a five-man rotation without a win.

No holiday in outfield – Scott Lauber’s notebook says that the Sox might be looking for some outfield reinforcements very soon.

Wallace’s world in Garnett’s absence – Scott Souza says Rasheed Wallace will get the chance to make up for a season of disappointments by filling in for Kevin Garnett tonight.

Celtics have been down this road before – Julian Benbow says that the Celtics know how to play in the postseason, and against the Heat, without KG.

What to watch for in Tuesday’s Game 2 – Paul Flannery has a few things to look for tonight.

Celtics must repeat the little things – Steve Bulpett has a few of the things you might not notice that will be critical tonight.

Doc Rivers has ‘Q’ for league officials – Dan Duggan’s notebook has the Celtics coach wondering why Quentin Richardson didn’t received more than just a fine as punishment.

Unproven ’09 picks make Patriots’ 2010 draft dicey – Tom E. Curran looks at three Patriots picks from last year, who could play a bigger role next season, but the uncertainty around them plays into this week’s draft as well.

Complete List of Patriots Daily Prospect Interviews – In all, Patriots Daily conducted interviews with 34 prospects heading into the draft. Check the complete list here.

Remodeling the system – Albert Breer looks at the importance of finding the right fit, rather than just going with prototypes.

Time to plan the fall season – Mike Reiss lists the things he’s anxious to learn during tonight’s schedule release.

A BSMW reader summed up Nick Cafardo’s column (High anxiety, as even Red Sox owner Henry shows concern) this morning thusly: “Sox can’t throw out runners. Angels may make an offensive catcher available. Where would he fit in here? Sox are 1-6 without Ellsbury. 3-3 with him. Team should have left him in center. Too driven by stats I don’t understand.”


2 thoughts on “Bruins Handle Their Business At Home

  1. I feel sorry for Theo. I wish just one of his off-season moves would pay off………..right away. I have no doubt that most of his moves will turn out as expected over the long run, (though the SS track record is worrisome)but to have everything go wrong all at once has got to be brutal.


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