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Jonny Gomes Book Signing at Ace Ticket

Posted by mlast on May 28th, 2014

Meet Jonny Gomes at charity book signing this Saturday, May 31 when the World Series hero is signing the new Red Sox coffee table book . (more)

Gronkowski Unsure of Status for Patriots Opener

Posted by bramantev on April 30th, 2014

On December 8, 2013 against the Cleveland Browns, Rob Gronkowski tore his ACL. Whether it’s too soon to tell or not, Gronkowski’s return for the Patriots season opener against Buffalo on September 8 has recently raised many questions.  (more)

Round 2 for Bruins vs Canadiens Begins Thursday

Posted by bramantev on April 30th, 2014

The “We Want the Cup” chants will begin tomorrow night at the TD Garden! After the long wait, the Bruins and Canadiens will meet once again for the 34th time in history to compete in the race for the Stanley Cup. The scheduling has been a tricky process, but nothing too difficult to get in the way of Game 1. (more)

Rangers vs. Flyers Series Tied at 3-3

Posted by bramantev on April 30th, 2014

Who’s it going to be? Tough call when the series is tied at 3-3 and it’s going to be a Game 7 in New York. The Flyers have great momentum coming off of their 5-2 victory in Game 6, but will home-ice advantage be enough for the Rangers to win? Tonight will reveal who will move on to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  (more)

Cano Returns to Yankee Stadium

Posted by bramantev on April 30th, 2014

Robinson Cano’s return to his old stomping grounds was not received well by the overwhelming echoes of boos inside of Yankee Stadium last night. After sporting pinstripes for nearly a decade for the New York Yankees, he returned for the first time with the Seattle Mariners and beat the Yankees 6-3. Any slight move Cano made, the Yankee fans made sure that he heard them loud and clear.  (more)

Red Sox Win the Ballgame 7-4 Against the Rays

Posted by bramantev on April 30th, 2014

It was a chilly night last night for a ballgame, but that’s the Boston spirit nowadays where anything goes and we roll with the punches. That did not stop the Sox, however, as John Lackey pitched spot-on and Shane Victorino was back in the Bean with some big hits. It’s about time the Red Sox started looking like the champs we saw win the World Series back in October and they’re swinging their bats to prove it.  (more)
NBA Players, Owners End 16-Hour Labor Talks

Clippers Owner Faces Allegations of Racist Comments

Posted by bramantev on April 28th, 2014

Donald Sterling, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, will be under investigation by the NBA due to release of an audio recording containing racist comments. In a league where the players are predominately African American, Sterling’s comments have infuriated many of the players. The new NBA commissioner, Adam Silver, will have to take these matters into his own hands and properly handle these allegations. (more)

Boston Red Sox Take 2 of 3 from Blue Jays

Posted by bramantev on April 28th, 2014

Over the weekend, the Boston Red Sox won two straight games against the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday and Saturday. It all started on Friday when Boston had their bats swinging against the previously undefeated pitcher Buehrle, and then again on Saturday when they were able to get it done with a 7-6 victory. (more)

Bruins vs Canadiens for Round 2

Posted by bramantev on April 28th, 2014

Now that we know who the big question that is on everyone’s mind is when. Things are looking to be pushed back as the TD Garden is occupied with Northeastern’s graduation and the Rangers and Philly could still be finishing up their round 1 series. The second round blood bath will most likely start next weekend. What better way to kick off May than with the Bruins continuing on the road to the Stanley Cup?  (more)

Blackhawks Beat Blues, Advance to Round 2

Posted by bramantev on April 28th, 2014

The defending Stanley Cup Champions beat St. Louis in Game 6. Even though they were off to a slow start, the Blackhawks were able to win four in a row and seal the deal last night with a 5-1 win over the Blues. Now the Blackhawks will wait to see who they will face in the Minnesota-Colorado series. Going into tonight’s Game 6, the Wild have the 3-2 series advantage over the Avalanche as they head to Minnesota.  (more)