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Here are the terms of use for all sites within sportsthenandnow.com: By reading, linking to, quoting, printing out, or in any way making use of my weblog’s content in any means, place, or forum, you agree to the following:

1. All original content of www.sportsthenandnow.com is copyrighted by sportsthenandnow.com’s owner, presently Dean Hybl, and is not to be used without permission except as provided herein. Sports Then and Now, Baltimore Sports Then and Now, Boston Sports Then and Now, Chicago Sports Then and Now, and Atlanta Sports Then and Now are all trademarks belonging to Dean Hybl. In using sportsthenandnow.com, you recognize that sportsthenandnow.com is a an information and opinion site regarding sports, that all content is provided on an as-is basis, and that no factual statement on this site should be relied upon without further investigation on the reader’s part sufficient to satisfy the reader’s independent judgment that it is true. These terms of use are subject to change, and should be reviewed regularly.

2. Permission is granted to read, quote, cite, link to, print out or otherwise use sportsthenandnow.com content, so long as you comply with the terms below.

A. All quotations from sportsthenandnow.com will be credited to sportsthenandnow.com or to Dean Hybl and wherever practical, a hyperlink to www.sportsthenandnow.com will be included with the quote.

B. You agree that efforts to obtain sportsthenandnow.com content in violation or circumvention of these terms of use constitute a violation of sportsthenandnow.com’s copyright and you understand and agree that (1) by virtue of this agreement you are estopped from arguing otherwise: and (2) such violations may lead to civil or criminal penalties.

3. If you do not agree to these terms of use, exit the site immediately, destroy all copies of sportsthenandnow.com content remaining in any form on your computer, any other computer or network device under your control, in print form, or on any information storage or retrieval device that you possess or control.

(Translation: enjoy the site, give me credit for my work, link to my site when you quote or refer to me, don’t sue me for an unintentional error or difference of opinion, don’t steal my site’s name, and don’t make any decisions based on what is presented on my site without first verifying it to your own satisfaction. If you can live with these restrictions, you can visit my site anytime!)


  • Love the website and the enthusiasm for the Boston Sports Scene. Bob Hyldburg Creative Historian of the New England Patriots.

  • Hello! Seeking your permission to use a small photo of the Old Boston Garden I found on your website. I am doing a historical re-construction of Boston. I'd e-mail you a sample of what I'm doing, but I can't fine one anywhere on here. Hope to hear from you soon….


  • For years I have been a Fan, now a few hours after such a lost where I saw a Bruins team punch opponents when the refs were looking somewhere else, Dino is old, Julien is crying foul after every call except icing then we didn’t know that player was on a we took 2 minutes to find out who was on, actually that’s not his fault Betman allows that Bull to go on. I now must seek another team to cheer for , Bruins you do not deserve our respect! RIP

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