The Bruins have struggled to score in the early going this season, and while they played a littler better yesterday, goals were still hard to come by, and the end result – a Colorado goal with 0.4 seconds left to break a 1-1 tie was depressing.
Avs beat the clock, and Bruins at Garden – Steve Conroy
Bruins lose to Avalanche on last-second goal – Amalie Benjamin
Bruins’ misfiring offense leads to thin margin of error – Fluto Shinzawa
Colorado beats Bruins, 2-1, on last-second goal – Mark Divver.
Bruins need to reverse course fast – Joe McDonald.
What we learned from the Bruins’ 2-1 loss – Joe Haggerty.
Conroy also had a feature in the Improper Bostonian on goalkeeper Tuukka Rask – The Rask Factor
Get all the rest at BruinsLinks.com.
The Patriots are on a very short week as they face the New York Jets on Thursday night, and will do so minus Jerod Mayo and Steven Ridley, both of whom are reportedly lost for the season.
The team’s win in Buffalo was an encouraging one in many aspects, though don’t tell that to the Boston Globe/Boston.com Twitter mafia, who couldn’t find much positive to take away from the win.
Brady & Company: Little Things Pay Off Big – Matt Chatham looks at narrative crunch time coming on the WEAPONZ talk.
Jerod Mayo’s duties will fall upon multiple Patriots – Jeff Howe looks at how the Patriots will attempt to fill the void.
Fox fumbled its priorities in AFC debut – Chad Finn was not impressed with the debut of the “cross-flex” system.
Get all the other coverage from PatriotsLinks.com.
A few last items:
Mike Napoli slated to undergo surgery for sleep disorder – Rob Bradford has quick report on surgery for the Red Sox first baseman, who recently shaved his beard in preparation for this.
Rich Gedman on list for Red Sox hitting coach – Peter Abraham says the former Sox catcher could be in play to fill the open position.
Bill Russell, K.C. Jones treated like ‘Rock’ stars at Alcatraz – On Sunday, Baxter Holmes had his farewell to the Globe, a longform piece on a 1956 visit to the notorious prison by the USF stars.
Media Circus: Keith Olbermann on burying the hatchet with ESPN – Richard Deitsch with a two-part media column and interview. This is part one.
Keith Olbermann’s future; Jim Calhoun moves to broadcasting – This is part two.