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Watch: Bruins-Blackhawks preview, Red Sox scoring in bunches & What's up, Doc?

Posted by Adam Kaufman  June 10, 2013 05:25 PM

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Who needs DVR when you've got today's collection of Boston Sports Live and Globe 10.0 videos? I joined Chris Gasper on BSL, and Kevin Paul Dupont leads me for the quick-hitters.

The Chicago Blackhawks finished as the NHL's regular season champion, and now they'll battle the Boston Bruins for the 2013 Stanley Cup title. Imagine that, the Black and Gold with a chance at two titles in three years! So, how good are those Hawks? If you'd like an extended preview, along with some thoughts on Clay Buchholz and his latest injury, or Doc Rivers' coaching silence, this is for you.

As for those B's, we know how good David Krejci, Patrice Bergeron, Zdeno Chara, and Tuukka Rask have been to this point. Why not debate who's been the best?

Really, the question's got to be asked: Are they a team of destiny?

Most importantly, who wins??

The Red Sox are starting a tough stretch of 10 straight games against the Orioles and Rays but, with nearly 100 games to go in the regular season, is it that big of a deal?

Those same Sox also happen to be leading the majors in runs scored. Stop me if you've heard this before. Should we be shocked by their offensive performance?

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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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