Category Archives: Boston Sports

Only The Most Die Hard Fans Are Worthy To Wear These Bruins Sneakers (PHOTO)

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These Bruins sneakers are bad ass with a capital BAD ASS. Only the most die hard B’s fans are worthy enough to wear these shoes.

Well if this dude called Sneaker head doesn’t like these kicks, he must be a friggin Habs fan!

Is it October yet?!

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The Patriots Led By Bob Kraft, Bill Belichick Take The Ice Bucket Challenge (VIDEO)

Patriots Ice Bucket Challenge

The Patriots Accept The Ice Bucket Challenge In Grand Style


Bill Belichick, Bob Kraft & the Patriots accepted the #Icebucketchallenge from NY Giants president, John Mara. As everything else, the team took an ice cold shower as a team.

Owner Bob Kraft challenged his team’s divisional foes the Jets, Dolphins & Bills.

As they have been served for the better part of the millennium, the cannon fodder of the AFC East are getting challenged again.

Will they fail miserably?

Probably!

Bruins Goalie Tuukka Rask Just Saving A Puck Fired From A Cannon (VIDEO)

Tuukka Rask Boston Sports Then & Now

Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask has had an incredible year highlighted by the birth of his first child and winning the NHL’s Vezina Trophy. Besides winning the Stanley Cup what else could rank up there with such incredible moments?

Perhaps saving a puck fired from a cannon?

There were rumors that Rask may not be of this Earth and this justifies it….

What’s next for Tuukka time?!?

Hopefully, next year using his super human strength to hoist a large silver trophy over his head!

Tuukka Rask Stanley Cup

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Former Bruin Andrew Ference Has The Title Of Best #IceBucketChallenge Performance (VIDEO)

andrew ference ice bucket challenge

Former Bruin & current Oilers captain Andrew Ference has taken the #icebucketchallenge to fight ALS to a new level. Sorry to the countless others that have filled a beach pail full of “ice water” and posted it on social media.

Go BIG OR GO HOME!

And Ferknuckle did just that (click on the picture to view)

Andrew Ference Ice Bucket Challenge


He is no longer wearing the Spoked B, but how can you not love Andrew Ference as person as well as a player?

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NESN’s Jamie Erdahl Does The #IceBucketChallenge Rockin’ Black & Gold (VIDEO)

jamie erdahl ice bucket challenge


NESN’s Jamie Erdahl had an uphill battle replacing fan favorite Naoko Funayama on Bruins telecasts. But she grew on you….it helped that she is easy on the eyes and flirted with almost every player during interviews (look at those eyes above).

After seeing even more of Jamie Erdahl during her #icebucketchallenge for ALS awareness, she may have reached a new level of hotness.

Nice touch rockin’ the Black & Gold. I would have liked to see a Spoked B Belly ring.

Is it October yet?

Oh yeah, me and every hot blooded male is chomping at the bit for the Baconator AKA Jenny Dell Middlebrooks to take a cold ice bath….

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Kelly Makes Solid Red Sox Debut, Leads Winning Effort in St. Louis

Kelly was rock-solid against his former team

Kelly was rock-solid against his former team

There was much anticipation before Joe Kelly’s debut with the Red Sox in St. Louis, in that he was facing both his former team and one of his best friends. St. Louis’s starter, Shelby Miller, was Kelly’s best man at his wedding and the two are reportedly very close, adding an interesting wrinkle to the second of three contests between last October’s World Series opponents. Kelly also received several standing ovations from the grateful crowd at Busch Stadium. Brandon Workman will oppose Adam Wainwright in St. Louis tonight to decide the winner of the three game series. Some more notes from last night’s 2-1 Red Sox win:

  • Joe Kelly made a solid start against his former team. Kelly’s final line on the night came out to 7 IP 3 H 1 ER 4 BB 2 K, while throwing 53 of 97 pitches for strikes. Kelly seemed to struggle with his command early on, as evidenced by the four walks, but he seemed to settle in as the game went on. Those command issues could certainly be reasonably explained by some jitters against facing his old team in their ballpark for the first time. The two strikeouts were also a bit low, especially since Kelly shows plus stuff most times, but he is not a pitcher that lives and dies with the strikeout. Kelly has a career K/9 mark of just 5.97, but his career 52.2% groundball rate (56.6% this season) suggests that he can still be effective without missing many bats, as evidenced by his start last night.

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