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Watch: Bruins-Penguins preview, resilient Yankees & Gronkowski surgeries pile up

Posted by Adam Kaufman  May 30, 2013 05:00 PM

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It was another busy day on Morrissey Boulevard. I dropped by this afternoon for Boston Sports Live with Chris Gasper and Globe 10.0 with Kevin Paul Dupont. Grab a candy bar and get comfortable.

Gasper and I were joined in the first segment of the show by Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to preview anything and everything concerning the Bruins and Penguins, a conference finals series I believe the Pens will win in seven games.

Later, in the full episode, we discussed Rob Gronkowski's latest injury and his future with the Patriots. A reminder, the Patriots should take their time getting the hulking tight end back on the field.

We also dove into the bizarre Clay Buchholz injury and the overachieving, injury-riddled Yankees.

When Dupes and I sat down, it was all Gronk talk to start. Have we seen the best of this guy already? Yeesh.

Then, the Hockey Hall of Famer and I debated whether Tuukka Rask can be a savior in net against the Pens.

To wrap, back to baseball...who will be the last team standing in September? The Red Sox or Yankees?

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Adam Kaufman is a writer and broadcaster who can also be heard regularly on 98.5 The Sports Hub, WBZ NewsRadio 1030, the national CBS Sports Radio Network, and broadcasting Boston College hockey games. The Massachusetts native is a Syracuse grad and a pop culture fanatic who offers a unique and entertaining look at your favorite Boston sports teams. Please don't hold his love for Jean-Claude Van Damme movies against him.

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