The Patriots are on their way to Super Bowl XLII and Ace Ticket wants you there too. Ace Ticket will have a limited number of Super Bowl ticket and travel packages available for Super Bowl XLII in Arizona on February 3. For Patriots fans who have yet to experience recent Super Bowl appearances, this is a great chance to take an exciting and unforgettable trip. (more)
Recap: The Boston Bruins may be this year’s sleeper team in the East because they have nothing to lose but more games. The Boston fan base is so distracted with the Patriots, Celtics, and Red Sox madness that there is absolutely no pressure on the Bruins. If they can keep their cool they will be a playoff team and once its playoff time, anything is possible in Boston. (more)
As the NHL nears the halfway point of the season, the Boston Bruins find themselves in position to make a playoff run. Despite their better than .500 record (22-18) the Bruins are struggling to garner as much attention as their fellow Boston professional teams. Patriots, Celtics and Red Sox tickets are all selling at record paces while Bruins tickets are lagging a bit. (more)
Boston’s 56th annual Beanpot of Hockey will be held on 2/4 and 2/11 at the TD Banknorth Garden in Boston. This treasured college hockey tradition features Boston University, Boston College, Harvard and Northeastern in a two round tournament. The winner gets Boston bragging rights and the Boston Beanpot Trophy. (more)
The Patriots’ drive for perfection is still on. With one playoff game down and a perfect 16-0 regular season, the Patriots are just two victories away from the perfect 19-0 season. On Sunday 1/20/08 the San Diego Chargers will represent the next obstacle in their way. (more)
While everyone’s eyes, ears, and …. imaginations have been focused on where Johan Santana would end up, the American League hot stove has been quietly churning. Here is a quick recap of some moves to date. (more)
The Mets have been suspiciously quiet this offseason. The only real move of note is trading Lastings Milledge for Brian Schneider and Ryan Church. Sources close to the Mets seem to believe that Omar Minaya is holding out for a 4-1 type deal for Johan Santana to be worked out.
The Miami-Dade County Commission has approved a measure that may allot $350-$400 million for a new Marlins stadium. The venue would replace the aging Orange Bowl, and would also be partially funded by the team (to the tune of $155 million). If an agreement is reached, it could have a number of effects on the two-time World Series Champions. The Florida Marlins would likely be renamed the Miami Marlins. With a new, more inviting home, owner Jeff Loria would be far more likely to spend money on players that would improve the franchise.