Month: July 2020

Post-Scrimmage Report: Boston Bruins vs. Columbus Blue Jackets

Tonight’s scrimmage was just that. A scrimmage. And yes, this game doesn’t count, however, it should provide the coaching staff with exactly what needs to tighten up before the start of the round-robin on Sunday. Mistakes in the Bruins’ offensive and defensive play could cost them in the long run. Sadly, the Boston Bruins could […]

Jayson Tatum Still In The MVP Race

While the talks of the most valuable player award has consisted of LeBron and Giannas, someone’s missing. Jayson Tatum’s 2019-2020 regular season campaign has been an impressive one. Impressive enough to still be in the MVP race. While averaging 23.6 points and 7.1 rebounds, he’s been able to bring his team to the 3rd seed. […]

CANNONS WIN SECOND MAJOR LEAGUE LACROSSE TITLE IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

The City of Champions has its 14th title since 2001. On Sunday afternoon the Boston Cannons won the second Major League Lacrosse title in franchise history with a 13-10 win over Denver. It’s the first title since 2011 for the Cannons. The weekend was full of uncertainty, but it shouldn’t take away from what this […]

Can Tacko Fall Play A Role In Celtics Playoff Run?

We are less than a week away from the NBA resuming the regular season in Orlando. The Celtics may indeed use the 7-foot-5 Center Tacko Fall, but only in few moments.  The Senegalese player is just in his rookie season, and had to fight for a spot on the Celtics roster. Going undrafted, Fall played […]

Boston Fans Won’t Have The Same Effect Anymore

Throughout the generations Boston fans have been some of the most effective in America. And due to COVID-19, the overall vibe may not be the same in future games.  Boston fans created an intense atmosphere for every opponent coming in to play. Every single game felt like a win or go home playoff game due […]