It was a rough night for Boston's playoff contending teams. The Bruins lost a tough one in Columbus, 2-1. The Celtics got smoked in Milwaukee, 123-102. The Red Sox, though, said goodbye to a disappointing April with a 5-1 win over the A's at Fenway Park!
The Bruins offense got back on track last night as they rolled to a 6-4 win in Toronto to tie the series at two games apiece. David Pastrnak had two goals to lead the way. NESN on Twitter What a game. The Bruins tied the series with a 6-4 Game 4 win against the Maple…
One second. That's all that separated to top two finishers in the men's division of yesterday's 123 rd running of the Boston Marathon. Ethiopa's Lawrence Cherono's furious kick down Boylston Street propelled him to victory, with Ethiopa's Lelisa Desiso finished right behind him. The finish was one of the greatest in Boston Marathon history!
The Celtics have been disappointing to this point in the season. Everyone thought they were a sure thing to go to the NBA finals, yet they're in fifth place in the Eastern Conference. But the BRUINS....they won again last night, beating the league's best team, Tampa Bay, 4-1, and suddenly the B's have the third…
The Bruins continued their strong push toward the playoffs with a 4-1 win over a very good San Jose team, last night at the TD Garden. The B's exploded for three goals in the second period to take control. The Celtics, on the other hand, were outscored 36-13 in the second quarter, and they lost…
All of a sudden the Bruins are the hottest team in the NHL! They've won six straight, three without their top goal scorer, David Pastrnak, who is out with a thumb injury! The B's blew a 3-0 lead, but recovered to beat the Sharks 6-5 in overtime last night in San Jose!
The Jeckyl and Hydes....I mean the Celtics...beat the 76'ers 112-109, without Kyrie Irving in the lineup, last night in Philly! Gordon Hayward lead the way with 26 points! David Krejci popped in a pair of goals to lead the Bruins to a 6-3 win over the Blackhawks at the TD Garden!
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It was a tough first period for the Bruins last night against the Coyotes. B's couldn't score on a four minute power play, then gave up two quick goals to fall behind 2-0 after the first period. Something woke them up after the first period intermission and a different team emerged in the second period.
Kyrie Irving, Al Horford and Gordon Hayward were all out of the lineup last night, but it didn't matter, as the Celtics beat Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans 113-100 on the parquet last night at the TD Garden.