Month: October 2019

Bruins Throttle Sharks 5-1; Extend Winning Streak

The Boston Bruins cruised on to win their fourth straight game, as they hosted the San Jose Sharks on Hockey Fights Cancer Night at the TD Garden. After a special ceremonial puck drop from Weymouth native The Mighty Quinn Waters (the three-year-old is battling brain cancer), Boston came out swinging and never looked back. GAME […]

How Chaim Bloom Is Going To Rebuild The Red Sox Farm System

Chaim Bloom excited for this opportunity Chaim Bloom was introduced on Monday, and one of many things that need to be addressed is building a strong farm system. Bloom had very successful 15 seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays, learning and working his way up through the organization. The Rays have a third of payroll […]

Boston Bruins vs San Jose Sharks | GAME PREVIEW

Both the Bruins and Sharks went deep into the playoffs last season, and are picked by experts to be contenders again this year. Boston has gotten off to a fast start, going 8-1-2 over the first 11 games, including victories in their last three. The Sharks, on the other hand, have struggled out of the […]

Former Bruins Stanley Cup Champion Hangs It Up

On Wednesday former Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg announced his retirement from professional hockey. Seidenberg played a total of 859 games in the NHL and 139 in the DEL (Professional German hockey league), coming just short of 1000 games at the professional league level. Seidenberg was a top four defenseman on the Bruins 2011 Stanley Cup […]

Sox Sign Chih-Jung Liu: Taiwanese Two-Way Prospect

The Red Sox have slowly lost their once impressive minor league prospect core, thanks in part to win-now trades by former President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski. Guys like Yoan Moncada and Anderson Espinoza were traded away for veteran talents. This isn’t exactly a bad thing, but it still does hurt their prospect list. Also, […]