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  • Forum Post: RANDY MOSS!!!!!!

    Posted 09/05/2011 05:16:42 EDT

    Let it go.  Sure he gave the Pats a couple of good years, then did his whining sob story after the season opening win against the Bengals. He burnt all his bridges in New England.  He had it made with more »

  • Forum Post: Game thread--8/17/11, Price vs Lackey

    Posted 08/17/2011 03:31:57 EDT

    Well at least they are consistant.  3 home games in a row with a total in each of 3 hits.  At least something to build on. more »

  • Forum Post: Game thread--8/17/11, Price vs Lackey

    Posted 08/17/2011 03:04:25 EDT

    What happened to this vaunted offense, averaging just under 6 runs a game.  Crap, we can't get 6 hits in a game anymore.  Wake up!  Lackey has pitched pretty well recently and even today but the Sox h more »

  • Forum Post: Lakers universally acclaimed as the NBA'S greatest franchise

    Posted 08/09/2011 11:38:24 EDT

    You mention how the Celts won most of their titles with an 8 team league.......uh, when the Lakers played in Minnesota (should have changed the name with the relocation to La La Land........not too ma more »

  • Forum Post: So why isnt hockey as great of a sport as the others in this country?

    Posted 06/17/2011 03:47:10 EDT

    I think hockey is a niche sport in the US and always will be.  Michigan, the New England States, Minnesota, NY and Colorado are the hot beds of hockey.  The NHL always hands these teams to Atlanta (tw more »

  • Forum Post: Could OUR National Anthem have been sung any faster...

    Posted 06/03/2011 11:01:30 EDT

    Uh, I'm a Bruins fan and all and I know Rene Recourt is a staple at the Bruins games and I know he is 70 and beloved and all, but I'm sorry, he is terrible.  He can't hit the low or high notes and his more »

  • Forum Post: 1st Period-Game 5

    Posted 05/23/2011 08:58:04 EDT

    What was that?  They could be down by 2 or 3.  Very fortunate.  Why did Marchand give up on that play when St. Louis went in all alone?  4 shots at home in the 1st?  Hopefully this is the "poor" perio more »

  • Forum Post: How important is this 3rd period for the Bruins?

    Posted 04/27/2011 09:03:07 EDT

    I have suffered through the 7 game losses to the Habs, Canes and Flyers (we know that last story).  The Bruins haven't had a complete game or period all series.  You are at home, in game 7, blown a 2 more »

  • Forum Post: Still questioning TT????

    Posted 04/19/2011 09:03:56 EDT

    I'm still questioning yes, but it really is silly to do so.  We all know TT's strength and weaknesses.  Technically very unorthodox and prone to giving up weak goals (ie, exhibit A, 2 goals last niite more »

  • Forum Post: Get Tuukka in there!!

    Posted 04/16/2011 09:25:51 EDT

    The B's are a Jeckyll and Hyde team.  Really good or really bad.  They looked great at home against Chicago a month ago, hammered the Habs 7-0 a few months ago and then they can look bad like games ag more »

  • Forum Post: Get Tuukka in there!!

    Posted 04/16/2011 09:00:31 EDT

    I love the Bruins and they haven't played their game at all this series.  I don't hate Thomas but please come on, the rebound control on two of the goals and the timing of giving up those goals is cru more »


    Posted 11/25/2010 05:56:47 EST

    Not me.  I see flooding toilets at Foxboro, 25,000 people when they were losing, cold aluminum benches,  Tony Eason, Ben Greith call in Oakland, 48-10 superbowl debacle to Chicago, the Remington owner more »

  • Forum Post: Bottom Line - NO RECEIVERS!!!!! and PREDICTABLE PLAYCALLING!!!!!

    Posted 11/09/2010 12:19:37 EST

    All the doom and gloom.  Must be in the New Englander's blood lines.  Proably the years of watching the Sox until 2004 have done that to you.  If the Patriots team of 2001 could win a Superbowl with t more »


    Posted 07/22/2010 11:29:20 EDT

    Sorry, can't support Thomas but I don't think he should be bashed either.  He did win a Vezina so obviously he has to be good.  It's his style of play that makes me nervous.  He is so unorthodox and s more »

  • Forum Post: Rask is just UNBELIEVABLE!!!

    Posted 04/20/2010 03:37:59 EDT

    I don't know about him being "unbelievable" but he is very good.  The Bruins did the right thing by letting him learn his craft with Providence and didn't rush his progress.  He is very confidant righ more »

  • Forum Post: Any news on Josh Reed?

    Posted 03/13/2010 05:47:30 EST

    I know everyone wants bigger names than him but I've always thought he would be a good fit here.  The Pats could probably sign him relatively cheap and still make that trade or draft pick for another more »

  • Forum Post: This team is sleeping at the wheel..

    Posted 03/10/2010 01:37:19 EST

    I would suggest that maybe you actually go to sleep until the free agency period is over, the draft is over, the training camp and pre-season are completed and then wake up again when the Pats start t more »

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    Posted 03/02/2010 01:16:04 EST

    Just saw that the Bills release Owens and Reed.  I've always liked Josh Reed and wondered if maybe the Pats would be a good fit?  more »

  • Forum Post: Calling out the Boston Media

    Posted 02/07/2010 11:34:17 EST

    Couldn't agree with you more with all the negativity around here.  But I give Mike Reiss a pass. I miss him at the Globe.  Still check in with his blog at ESPN (they haven't diseased his mind yet.)  T more »

  • Forum Post: Boston sports writers.....where do you start?

    Posted 02/07/2010 11:25:44 EST

    From a Boston Globe statement that the Colts would win, to the unbridled bumkissing of Manning from Mazzerotti, Shaunessey, Breer and the clowns at the Herald.......w.t.f.h?   It is glorious.  How cou more »

  • Forum Post: As Jackie Gleason would sweet it is!

    Posted 02/07/2010 10:03:10 EST

    Wow!  Fantastic! I love it!  After the Boston Globe picks the Dolts, former Dolts coach  Dungy  picks them in a cake walk, isn't it grand?  Sports television, the original reality tv.  It is great for more »

  • Forum Post: PC WAITS

    Posted 02/01/2010 04:16:11 EST

    Phaneuf was hated in the Calgary dressing room, never seemed to jell with any partners on the D and carries a salary hit of 6.5 million for 4 consecutive years.  The Leafs pay 30 mil plus towards thei more »

  • Forum Post: Bruins secretly shopping Thomas

    Posted 01/26/2010 11:01:42 EST

    I like Thomas, I like his competitiveness, his candor when interviewed but I do admit I kind of hold my breath on every shot that comes his way.  He is very unorthodox and shots that look routine can more »

  • Forum Post: Edelman has a broken arm

    Posted 10/20/2009 11:35:15 EDT

    I'm a Pats fan living just east of Toronto and I saw the Edelman injury announced at the bottom of the sports ticker.  I checked in the Boston papers and only saw this one conversation started on the more »

  • Forum Post: 3-0 Ravens....Here Comes The Pain

    Posted 09/28/2009 09:38:04 EDT

    I think I feel more confidant of a Pats victory over Baltimore than I did over Atlanta.  Offensively the Falcons are far more explosive than the Ravens who rolled up points and yardage against very we more »