While the Yankees were busy trading a couple of Oldsmobile hubcaps and Ron Guidry’s mustache scissor for Giancarlo Stanton, the Sox brass were content to, I don’t know what. Figure out a way to reboot “Sox Appeal”?
The current Boston sports situation is further proof of just how spoiled we have become as we are on tap for two deep runs from two gutsy teams.
*This is not a typo* The Bruins are playing for first place in the Eastern Conference tonight.
As the postseason nears, Ryan Donato could be a Tyler Seguin-esque X-factor for the Bruins in their attempt to hoist Lord Stanley’s Cup.
Matthew Cunha thinks Rick Nash could ultimately prove the difference for the Bruins come the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Former Maine Black Bear and current Bruins’ radio color man, Bob Beers, joined the show on Tuesday to discuss the loss of Boston’s captain, Patrice Bergeron, to a fractured foot.
The Bruins made a depth move, adding defenseman, Nick Holden, on Tuesday, but Matthew Cunha isn’t settling for depth. He wants a Stanley Cup, and believes the only way to ensure that is by bringing more star power to Beantown.
By Matthew Cunha, 28-10-8. That’s the Bruins record after 46 games. 17. That’s their current game with a point streak. 3rd. That’s where the Bruins stand in points in the NHL trailing only the expansion Golden Knights of Vegas and Boston’s comrades in the Atlantic Division, the Tampa Bay Lightning. It would have been unthinkable […]
Mathew Cunha believes the Bruins path to a championship this season is clearer than that of their T.D. Garden roommates.
Joe McDonald of the Boston Sports Journal joined the show on Tuesday and shared his optimism for the 2017-18 Bruins, claiming their run of 15-3-2 in their last 20 games may not be a fluke.