Did anyone open their newspaper today and find this gem inside? We have to give credit to the Sox for trying to make things right with the fans, but the push for tickets down at the bottom is what should make you a little upset. All of the headlines that surround the organization right now are centered around the fact that ownership puts baseball second and only cares about the money they can make. If you were a part of this ownership group, wouldn’t you be doing everything in your power to change the attitude people have towards you? Things definitely can be fixed, but asking for money is not going to help.
Some people are even having their own fun with the campaign on Twitter. Check out some of the contributions made by Marc Bertrand of the Sports Hub:
The Bruins faithful were out in full force tonight as most of the night saw many fans shoulder to shoulder, donned in black and gold, just happy to celebrate the return of their beloved Boston Bruins.
CSNNE‘s A. Sherrod Blakely stopped by the party, and despite admitting to only having gone to one Bruins game, was still impressed by the turnout of the fans. “The Bruins are obviously a big deal in Boston” said Blakely “It’s a great, great atmosphere”. He wasn’t kidding, over 600 fans packed into the Harp Thursday night for the event.
“When I used to cover the ACC in North Carolina, the fans were very rowdy” Blakely continued “Bruins fans remind me of that, they become a part of the game”.
Among the many Bruins die-hards in attendance was a man with a Viking’s helmet and a shield sporting the Bruins’ logo, a gentleman with a fake beard and a Winter Classic jersey with Eddie Shore’s number 2 on the back, and an uncountable amount of Bruins jerseys featuring the numbers of current, former, and retired players.
Those in attendance were treated to an early preview of something they knew all too well. Rene Rancourt sang his rendition of the star spangled banner for the crowd prompting them to sing along. He then said he would be singing the Canadian anthem Saturday in French asking “anyone in here speak French?”. One man in the crowd could and Rancourt gave him the mic. After allowing the fan to sing a few lines Rene took the mic back and said to the crowd “Let’s throw this guy out of here”.
PUCKHEADS UNITE & come CELEBRATE the return of the Boston BRUINS!
After 113 days of BS, propaganda and double-speak, the GREATEST sport and GREATEST team in the NHL is BACK! Soon after the announcement that the Lockout out was over, the brain child of Ring Communicationsand BST&N/Big Bad Bruins was born.
And what a GOOD LOOKING baby it is!
Come join your fellow BLACK & GOLD LOVIN’ brothers and sisters at the Harp next Thursday, 1/17 at 7PM for the Hockey RESURRECTION Party!
BST&N’s Bruins BEATS & TWEETS will keep you updated on all the news OFF the ice about your favorite hockey team. We scour the internets & social media for all the content that will make you the Bruins “INSIDER” around the water cooler.
And to “try” to entertain you during this MADDENING work stoppage.
END THIS FRIGGIN LOCKOUT!
It’s OVER FINALLY! REJOICE Hockey Fans!!!
In this edition: The Black & Gold Is PUMPED To Be Back, Corporate SEA BASS, Mike Behind The Mic: Hockey Savior & CT Trying To Resurrect The Whale?
THE LOCKOUT IS OVER, THE BRUINS ARE READY TO GO!
As players we can now do what we do best. Proudly pull on our jerseys and play with complete passion for our cities and fans.
In the past 13 months, 14 NFL head coaches have been fired by their employers. That is almost half of the league in just a little bit over a year. The NFL has reached a time period where a new head coach is given two or three years to come in and turn a team around and if they can’t do it, it’s on to the next. Gone are the days of long term coaching deals and right now there are seven (soon to be less) head coaching positions open. A serious question was brought up the other day on 98.5 The Sports Hub about current Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, “why hasn’t he looked into any of the open head coaching positions”?
McDaniels has not always been with the New England organization, he was the head coach in Denver during the 2009-10 seasons and he was the offensive coordinator in St. Louis during 2011 before coming back to New England during their Superbowl run. With the experience he has, how come McDaniels has declined interviews with the teams looking for a new head coach? What does Josh know that we don’t?