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NHL --- Best Action of the Year --- as Usual
Category: FEATURED
Tags: NHL playoffs

 

Baseball is getting into gear about now. Early stories abound. The NBA playoffs are in full swing. The NFL draft, hyped beyond belief, has come bringing with it web-based ticker tapes and endless analysis of who leapfrogged whom in the standings as a result. But for anyone actually watching, what can possibly beat the NHL playoffs? Another week, another slew of games all of which were great contests and great sports TV. Speed, skill and effort unparalleled in sports. Great stuff. That's my story and I'm stickin' to it. Even at the Patriots' draft gala in Foxboro, the screens were showing not videos of potential picks but Rene Rancourt singing the Anthem. BB is a huge Bruins fan. How can he not be?

And with that for a backdrop, let's take a brief look at what's been going on in the four remaining series, what they've shown us and maybe even a guess or two on how they project...


BOS 3 MON 2: After two games Montreal had taken home ice, and despite being outshot by about 20 in game 1 had won it. Yes, they were beaten fairly handily in game 2, but home ice means something and they had taken it. After they took a 2-1 series lead with a strong performance back home, things looked bleak for Boston. Then they came out checking in game 4, kept the raucous (to say the least) Montreal crowd quiet for long spans, blanketed nearly every move by Habitante stars like Subban and Plekanec, and got a 1-0 OT win on a great shot by a guy named Fraser. He was an add-on in the deal that sent Tyler Seguin to Dallas for Loui Erikkson.

With that goal he earned a spot on the 3rd line with Erikkson and Soderberg, and in game 5 it was Boston's most effective line, on the ice for 3 of Boston's 4 goals in a game not as close as the score.

Prognosis: Montreal's stars continue to be a threat. Subban continues to score and pass (and dive a lot, but that's Montreal), Plekanec, Gallagher, Pacioretty et al continue to threaten, and Price continues to be a strength in goal. But Boston has, in consecutive games respectively, throttled Montreal's stars by checking and simply outskated Les Canadiens. When Boston combines its hitting game with its 'finesse' game, they are hard to beat. The series is far from over, but you have to believe there's a reason Boston finished 17 points ahead of Montreal this year.


CHI 2 MIN 2: Not many pundits thought Minny had any chance after falling twice in Chicago, but this scribe did. Seemed to me they had outplayed the Black Hawks for the majority of time, but just couldn't finish as well. That's a big deal of course. Still, only the biggest optimist in Frostbite Falls could have seen them virtually overwhelm Chicago twice in a row, even on home ice. So far, this has been a home ice series and that favors the Hawks. Doesn't it?

But Minnesota, generally seen as a skating team (and they can skate), has found a way to hit with Chicago, thought to be the more 'physical' team. It hasn't been a case of designated goons (e.g. Stoner) putting up an isolated sideshow. They've been hitting all over the ice, and it looks like it's taking a toll on the Hawks. When Chicago's goons took a shot at Minny's front liners in game 4, it took Minny about five minutes to return the favor.

Prognosis: Minny is playing with a chip on its shoulder, and it's bound to help. The return of the league's premier dirty player, Matt Cooke, had a huge impact on game 4. Will that continue? Chicago had better hope not, because under those circumstances Minnesota looks like the better team. Still, it is a home series so far, and Chicago did finish ahead of Minny this year... though only by 9 points. Things favor the Hawks generally, but Minnesota has played too well to write them off in any way. It's a tossup really, with Chicago having a slight push owing to two more coming at home. But it's a very slight push. It may be no push if Minny keeps mixing skating and hitting so well.


ANA 2 LA 2: After two games in Anaheim, it looked like it was all over. I sure thought so. The Kings, with their Cup pedigree and the momentum from the San Jose series (in which they fell behind 0-3 and won going away) seemed unbreakable. Plus they now had an impenetrably stolen home ice advantage. And Anaheim was in a goaltending quandary, while LA had Quick being Quick.

Surprise. Apparently the Ducks finished 16 points ahead of LA for some reason at least. Both games in LA were not only won but generally dominated by Anaheim. In game 4, the Ducks started unknown (but highly regarded) rookie John Gibson in goal. What a time to start your third goalie of the series. And a rookie at that. Gibson responded with a shutout, and on the other end Quick was actually pulled after letting in 2 goals on 11 shots. His replacement, Martin Jones, didn't let in any more (he would face only 3 official shots), but the damage was done, thanks largely to Gibson.

Prognosis: If Gibson is the real deal, and so far he looks like Ken Dryden in 1971, LA may have a long row to hoe. But they were red hot, and that can't last forever. The question is whether they've gotten the regression out of their systems, or perhaps whether they're actually facing a team 16 points better. Based upon their resilient performance in round 1 and their veteran playoff stature, I'd tend to favor LA the rest of the way. But the Ducks are good, and Gibson is an X factor now. Maybe Quick too? Without him in top form the Kings may be toast regardless. Anaheim has taken back home ice. Of course, nobody's won on home ice yet, but it's gotta happen someday, right?


PIT 3 NYR 2: For three games in a row following a Ranger opening win, Pittsburgh was laying it on the Blueshirts. NY seemed unable to generate anything except a lot of puck movement. Marc-Andre Fleury was outplaying King Henrik by a wide margin, one thing truly nobody expected.

So with game 5 in Pittsburgh, fans were ready to see their team go home early for a nice rest. Instead they saw a Ranger team rally around bereaved teammate Martin St. Louis (who lost his mother) and absolutely thrash the Penguins. More interesting than that, Lundqvist seemed to get back his mojo, while Fleury appeared to be sinking to his expected form.

Prognosis: In a series that has so far seen one home win, New York may not be getting the push they'd expect from home ice, but their gritty performance after being left for dead might have exposed some genuine team character, something lacking in Pittsburgh for a number of years now. You can't pick against a team that has a 3-2 lead, but if the Rangers (and Fleury) repeat the performance of game 5 and tie the series, methinks the talented Penguins just might be booking flights to Little America sooner than anyone thought.

Deep Thoughts 5-7-14
Category: FEATURED
Tags: ESPN Junkies Keith Olbermann Howard Bryant Jose Abreu Yasiel Puig Johnny Football Willie Mays BDay Kyle Long...a different kind of hero

 

Hello and welcome to another Wednesday of deep thoughts. I was watching a bit of Olbermann this week and caught some of his conversation with Howard Bryant. I really don’t know much about Bryant, but something he said struck a nerve with me…to paraphrase, Bryant said that baseball biggest fear is their inability to market their stars.  He mentioned Lebron James and Kobe Bryant as players that have been successfully marketed by the NBA.  The conversation began with Olbermann asking Bryant why Jose Abreu was not bigger news; given the terrific start that he has had this year.  Bryant’s feeling is that baseball is still battling a steroid era hangover. He also suggested that the language barrier is possibly contributing to preventing Jose Abreu from being a high profile “star”. The one exception to this rule is Yasiel Puig. According to Bryant and Olbermann, Puig has the electric personality and playing style that could make him a super star. I guess it is a good fit that Bryant works for ESPN. The thing that he believes that baseball is missing is what I most enjoy about the game…the lack of “hype”.

 

In BOB’s excellent Tuesday blog, there was a discussion about hype. BOB and many others have a bad taste of Johnny Football and the kid has not even been drafted into the NFL. In BOB’s own words, his issue with Manziel is the hype surrounding the QB. Considering how much is written about Manziel each day, it is no wonder that fans have had a belly full of the hype that is Johnny Football. After listening to Howard Bryant and Keith Olbermann wax about baseball’s lack of hype, I have come to the conclusion that the problem is not with players like Johnny Football, Yasiel Puig or Lebron James…it is ESPN and other sports reporters.  Somewhere along the line, the folks responsible for providing our daily dose of sports have lost the correct recipe. Instead of measured doses, we are overloaded with information about our athletes. In essence, we have become a society that is hooked on hype and have forgotten what is truly wonderful about sports. The competition and camaraderie of team sports are what make the sports we love great.  The sad thing is that writers like Howard Bryant and journalists like Keith Olbermann believe that hype is the golden goose. In reality, we have allowed this to happen because we have willingly consumed what they have been serving. What do you expect would happen if everyone that complains about ESPN quit watching? There are other options. The MLB channel gives me much better coverage with much better commentary. The NFL channel takes care of professional football. The only way we have to send a message is to vote with our remote control. Next time ESPN pisses you off…change the channel.

 

 


 

 

 

 

May 6th was the 83rd birthday of Willie Mays. A few weeks back, I wrote about Arnold Palmer. My comments regarding Palmer are suitable for Mays as well…both are treasures that will soon be gone. We should take a moment to remember the greatness that was Willie Mays the player and is Willie Mays the man. As the best living baseball player, I want to take a moment on this Wednesday to say hey to Willie Mays. I hope your birthday was awesome!

 


 

 

 

 

 

                                                   I like a man that is comfortable in any color pants...nice hair, Tom...

 

Last weekend was the Kentucky Derby. Hopefully, one day…I will be able to attend this great event. It looked like former Patriot teammates Tom Brady and Wes Welker had a great time. Tom was there with his wife, rubbing shoulders with the pretty people. I am not so sure of Welker’s schedule, but it sure sounded like he had a grand time. Apparently Welker put a bundle on California Chrome and celebrated by handing out $100 bills to strangers. Yeah, now that would be fun. As Beezer said last week, betting on the favorite is not fun, but it sure does not suck when you win! Congrats to California Chrome on winning the Derby as well!

 

 

                                                                                          Nice hat, Wes...

 

 

I had to add this on the audible by Lanz. He completely nailed it with the hilarious observation that Wes Welker is looking very much like one Chuck Mangione!

 


 

 

 

In honor of Tom Brady's hair...I had to feature a few other "unique" dews...

 

 

 

 

                                                                      The Donald rocking some type of hawk...

 

 

 

                                                               A classic for so many reasons..

 

 

                                                                                        Wow...

 

 

 

                                                                                      Why indeed...

 

 

                                                                               But...it looks good on you.

 

 

                                                                            And...matching uni brows...

 

 

 


 

 

There was a great story this week about Kyle Long spending time with a youngster that was being bullied at school. Take a minute to check this out and I am sure you will appreciate the generosity of Kyle Long. Great job Kyle!

 

http://espn.go.com/chicago/nfl/story/_/id/10886636/kyle-long-chicago-bears-supports-boy-bullied-school

 

 


 

 

The UTPA Broncs celebrated their first conference sweep last weekend against North Dakota. Sam Street turned in another studly performance by notching another complete game on Friday night. Senior Alex Howe was named WAC hitter of the week by hitting over .500 with 9 RBIs. The Broncs are now in 4th place in the WAC and will host league leading Sacramento State next weekend. Good luck Broncs!

 


 

 

That is all I have but I will leave you with a bit of Jack Handey…

 

I think a good product would be "Baby Duck Hat". It's a fake baby duck, which you strap on top of your head. Then you go swimming underwater until you find a mommy duck and her babies, and you join them. Then, all of a sudden, you stand up out of the water and roar like Godzilla. Man, those ducks really take off! Also, Baby Duck Hat is good for parties.

I remember that one fateful day when Coach took me aside. I knew what was coming. "You don't have to tell me," I said. "I'm off the team, aren't I?" "Well," said Coach, "you never were really ON the team. You made that uniform you're wearing out of rags and towels, and your helmet is a toy space helmet. You show up at practice and then either steal the ball and make us chase you to get it back, or you try to tackle people at inappropriate times." It was all true what he was saying. And yet, I thought something is brewing inside the head of this Coach. He sees something in me, some kind of raw talent that he can mold. But that's when I felt the handcuffs go on.

 

 

Thanks for stopping by and feel free to leave a few deep thoughts of your own…

 

 

Monday Moaning 5-5-14
Category: FEATURED
Tags: Race Life The Beeze NHL PK Subban Freedom Of Speech Turtle Rock Josh Olin Stuart Scott

 

 

Happy Monday folks...I hope everyone got some moaning done this weekend...So for awhile I've been disconnected from news and sports, but all the Donald Sterling coverage got me warmed back up...But it wasn't just Sterling being a dope...It was the fact that a private conversation got this guy in trouble...But there is more...How the Internet has changed us...I blasted off a few thoughts HERE ...

So Sterling is in trouble with the NBA for a private conversation...But last I checked, No one has said a word about ESPN's Stuart Scott tweeting that Blacks and Hispanics can't be racist...Only Whites...1. Bullshit...2. Why is everyone so quiet about it...Yet a guy who working for Video game developer Turtle Rock was fired for this tweet...

 

I don't know if I would use the word victim...But I don't think the guy is actually wrong...Nor should he have been fired...This was Turtle Rock's statement...

"The comments made by our former community manager stand in stark contrast to our values as a game development studio. We sincerely apologize for his remarks and in no way endorse or support those views."

REALLY!?!  You make first-person shooter games...You're all good with promoting and selling violence, but your employees can't have an unpopular opinion about an old bigot...Can't speak their mind...That's some stupid shit!

Then We saw Twitter explode with "#Nigger" trending because PK Subban scored a game winning 2OT goal to beat the Boston Bruins...Everyone felt the need to speak out about it...You know what...Assholes are going to be assholes no matter what...Freeze their Twitter account...Attack them back on twitter (taking the bait)...it doesn't matter...They're an asshole, and most likely they're set in their asshole ways...No matter how much you get upset, they're not changing...Let the idiots say their stupid shit...Try this wacky idea...Ignore the idiot asshole!

Then in game 2 Subban broke a out a cheap shot...No the first time...Won't be the last... HERE's a good post about it...Yeah...It was covered on the Gab, but most of the sports media has stayed away...WHY?  Because everyone is so damn afraid to say anything negative about about a black person,  because in this day and age, you are automatically attacked as a bigot, or racist, or insensitive...And some one will bring up slavery...Well listen...It's 2014...Slavery was fucking evil, but it's been long fucking gone...Slavery has had zero fucking impact on PK Subban life...So I'm not afraid to say, they guy is a cheap shot artist...Just like white boy Matt Cooke, (who should be out of hockey, and beaten within an inch of his life)...Subban is talented, but will play dirty, and will turtle anytime some one of equal size or bigger challenges him to drop the gloves...I'm not saying this because he's black and I'm white...I'm saying this because I fucking watch hockey!

And for anyone who is unhappy because I subtly said I'm sick of hearing about slavery...Well, I am...My white, Irish, Hungarian, Croatian ancestors didn't own slaves...Had nothing to do with it...My Father doesn't owe shit...My dead Grandfather doesn't owe you shit...I don't owe shit, just like no one owes me shit...My Irish ancestors, like most when they first came to America were treated like shit...They struggled...By they made it through...My Grandfather and Father didn't bitch all these years later about "NINA" signs (No Irish Need Apply)...Do you know why the Irish have a long/proud tradition in Fire Departments and Police Departments across this country...Because no one else wanted those jobs...No one else wanted their life on the line every day...But the Irish need work...So they took the jobs...

People in the media keep saying we need to have an open and honest discussion about race in this country...But everyone is too damn afraid of offending everyone to have that talk...Which is fucking sad, because Saturday at work, the guys in the kitchen and I were having a great talk about it all...White guys, Black guys, Hispanic guys...No one got upset...No one threw punches...Everyone had their say, and everyone understood each other...And everyone thought Sterling's girl was just a dirty gold-digging bitch...

It's not that hard America...Supposedly we have Freedom of Speech...Use it...Don't be afraid of it...

Have a week...

The Beeze.

PC Police Run-a-Muck
Category: Daily Blog 2.0
Tags: Kevin Durant Donald Sterling Us Life Freedom Of Speech Offended Sports


This was the Oklahoman's headline after the Thunder lost to Memphis...Calling Kevin Durant "Mr. Unreliable"....

The following day, The Oklahoman apologized...

WHY!?!   The guy plays well in the regular season...And doesn't bring it home in the playoffs...

This is what we have become...A newspaper calls out a star player...and then almost immediately takes it back...Everyone is now walking on egg shells...Everyone is afraid to be honest...Afraid to tell the truth...Afraid to have a real opinion...


This comes just days after the NBA banned Clippers owner Donald Sterling because of racist remarks he made in private...Donald Sterling is an old, asshole racist...He has had a clear history of this...But the NBA did nothing for years...Then Sterling was at home, arguing with a young, gold-digger, who without his knowledge, was recording his every word...And if you actually take the time to listen to the recordings, she was baiting him into the racist remarks...He said awful shit...Personally, I hate the guy...But as an American, as a person, who is tired of freedom of speech being under attack, I have to say this is bullshit...

I'm not sure why this bitch isn't arrested for illegally recording Sterling...But most importantly, it was private...We can't start firing people for what they say in the privacy of their own home...I'd like to ask NBA players, officials, GM's, coaches, and owners, would you feel comfortable with some one recording everything you say at home, without your knowledge, and then selling it to TMZ?


Are you sure there isn't any awful or embarrassing shit you may say, that you would hate for the public, or family, or friends to hear?

How about you Average American? How about the readers of this blog? Can I record your private conversations? Are you sure that you want everyone to know the inappropriate jokes you make? Do you want everyone to know you like to get choked, while getting fucked in the ass?

We are quick to judge the rich and famous...But flip around on yourself...PC Police Run-a-Muck is the title of this post...The thing is, Al Sharpton, Anderson Cooper, and all these dopes in the media aren't the only ones who make up the PC Police...We all do...All of us, with our cell phones, taking pictures and videos of everything, and posting it...Tweeting every detail of an event...Texting your friends about what you just saw...And it spreads...


People see a picture on Instagram...Maybe a sexual image...Some one will be offended, and report it...Maybe a picture of a saying...It contains the word Fuck...Some one is offended...Rat them out...

Some where along the way, people in this country have pushed freedom of speech and expression aside, and they all think that they should never be offended...Fuck that!

But it's not just that...With all this technology...These fucking smart-phones...People feel the need to share the worst of ourselves, feeding the talking-heads and the PC Police...

A video gets posted on World Star of a black guy beating the shit out of some one...It gets tweeted...A dope makes a racist comment about it on twitter...He gets digitally attacked, then gets banned by Twitter...The his boss saw the tweet...Fearing some one may know where he works, he gets fired, because the boss doesn't want people to think the company is racist...


An assault was posted online...Ratting that dude out...Dude says shit about it online, gets ratted out to the site...Boss fears overreaction, and overreacts...We do this shit to ourselves...

Even worse...

A high school kid gets a blowjob under the bleachers from his girlfriend...One of his buddies films, it, and texts it out...The administration finds out, they get suspended...The whole school calls her a slut...She's mocked online...She kills herself...Everyone claims innocence, even though the evidence is floating around the internet...They'll all act sad, in front of school counselors, forgetting that they pushed her to her grave...

BTW, perfectly good blowjob ruined...


Smart-phones are great...Twitter, Instagram, all that shit can be great...But are we screwing it all up? 

We've gone too far....I don't care that Donald Sterling is a racist...And neither did Doc Rivers when he signed a $21 million contract...It was already known then...But once it was put in a broader, public light, Doc is offended...I call that bullshit...Sterling gets banned from the NBA for what he said in private...Bullshit...Dude sucks, but it's bullshit...Kevin Durant was called "Unreliable," then the newspaper got scared, and apologized...Bullshit...That's what I'm talking about...The Oklahoman did nothing wrong, and turned themselves in, for fear that some one would be offended because they took "Unreliable" out of context...Get it...They called a black guy "Unreliable"....BULLSHIT!


People need to be offended...It can lead to good conversations...As opposed to squashing freedom of speech/expression for fear that some one may have their feeling hurt...We need our feelings hurt at times...just to remind us we're alive.

The Beeze.

Slap Shots and Hip Checks 5/2
Category: Daily Blog 2.0
Tags: Boston Bruins NHL Playoffs Pittsburgh Penguins Sidney Crosby

 

Let's see, what  should I write about after such an uneventful week? That's hardly the case as we all know, but what you won't be reading here is a rant about Donald Sterling, our guys have all covered it and since I don't care about the bouncing orange ball let's get to the good stuff...where men are men and even play with a broken leg because they put TEAM above everything else, something you'll never say about the NBA and the prima donna's that play in it. All I will say is that in less than a week we've seen the story break, the world go ballistic and the NBA axing Sterling. Pretty unprecedented when you think about all this, a pro team owner removed, no trial, no evidence other than a tape recording of Sterling talking to his lover and not knowing it was being recorded. That's what I have a problem with, but since Sterling is a lawyer I'm sure he's not going away quietly, and we haven't come close to hearing the end of this story yet. 

The NHL playoffs are now in round two, there have been great games in every series. I kept asking Beeze when NY was going to finish off the Flyers, it took seven games but I knew the Flyers wouldn't beat Lundqvist in game seven in the Garden...and they didn't! The rangers now move on to play Sindy Crosby and the Pittsburgh Whiners. The Pens got by the Blue Jackets, but while doing so Marc Andre Fleury has hardly been the reliable backstop he's been in past seasons, giving up 18 goals in six games with 2 of them going to OT. Don't be surprised if the Rangers knock the Pens out, the big mismatch here is goaltending, Fleury is no Lundqvist. Also, Crosby and Malkin combined for 3 goals and 10 assists in that series, but what you're not really hearing much is that Crosby didn't have any goals, and the three Malkin got came off a hat trick. Crosby has certainly cooled off and gone into a scoring drought and this has been ongoing since he returned from Sochi. He was lighting the lamp before that, but the last 3 weeks of the season he wasn't playing up to snuff, he also went into a 5 game stretch not notching a goal. I expect the Rangers to give the Pens a real physical game, something they don't play unless you call diving and instigating being physical. 

The Minnesota Wild...wow, did they turn it on after the break and grab one of the last two spots in the West only to be a spoiler or what? I had Colorado in that series, but you still have to tip your hat to the job that Patrick Roy has done with this team and they're only going to get better...look for big things from the Avs next season. The Wild now take on the Blackhawks, this is the best of the two series in the West, Anaheim hasn't got a prayer against the Kings, and if you don't believe me just watch the rerun of that game seven against San Jose (or ask B.O.B.) and then get back to me if you think the Ducks can overtake LA. The Wild will give the Blackhawks a series, I believe they were 3-1-1 against Chicago this season...not too shabby against the defending champs eh? What would be just great is to see the Wild shutout the Blackhawks in Chi-Town if for no other reason than to just not hear that fuckin' song they play. I mute the TV every time they score when I'm watching...I can't stand that shit!

As I write this the Bruins and Canadiens are tied. no matter how this turns out I'm not worried. One thing I know about these two teams is they play each other with incredible intensity and elevate their games to a different level, and since it's the playoffs that level will be off the charts. I'm saying Boston in six, but I won't be surprised if it went seven either. Boston is pretty healthy all the way around and they're not over rested, which we tend to see hurt teams that are idle, and judging from the way this game is being played they haven't lost a beat. This will be the best the East has to offer, it's certainly one of the more anticipated games since it's a HUGE rivalry and there's a genuine andshared hatred for each other....doesn't get better than this, so if you're looking for a game that's going to give you everything...this is the series to watch. 

I saw a great blog on Facebook yesterday and I tagged some of you with it. It was written by a guy named Jim Parker, a Bruins fan and it's a 5 minute read on the "hatred" Boston and their fans have for the Canadiens and their fans. It's hilarious, but incredibly true...at least I think it is. Check it out! http://bruinsfansinc.wordpress.com/2014/04/30/why-i-hate-the-canadiens/

The Vancouver Canucks fired one year coach John Tortorella today. I saw this coming, and never imagined in a million years he'd even coach this franchise, but there he was, behind the bench coaching some of the biggest divers in hockey. Torts demands 100% from his players, he's no nonsense, no sense of humor, he requires his players to fall down to block shots constantly, something the Canucks just are not about at all. I'm sure Torts personality, arguments with media and coaches didn't make him a real prize in the city that burned itself down after they lost the Cup to Boston...but this season the Canucks went from a playoff team to sitting home and watching because they went in the wrong direction. I'm wondering, did the Sedin's or any of the other players get with the folks in the front office to get him ousted? I wouldn't be shocked by that revelation at all. Tortorella will get a job, no doubt about it. I'm just waiting for the stories to start coming out from what brought this sudden ousting on...one year and you expect miracles? It's not a coaching problem in Vancouver, it's a player problem. Any real fan of hockey has seen enough of this team to know it's long overdue to be broken up and rebuilt, starting with those two freaks of nature, the Sedins. Yeah, good luck with all that!

And lastly, I can't help but say this: DON'T PANIC RED SOX NATION!!! I must have read about twenty articles in the last week or so about the start the Sox have had. They're in 3rd place, 3 games out after 29 games and you're panicking? Or feel the need to stir the masses with this ridiculous garbage when the season isn't even barely a month old? Really? This is the best you've got? Look, there's 162 games to play, anything can happen in that amount of time and if come the beginning of September they're only 3 games out I'd like their chances to get into the post season. So for now people of Boston, steer that energy you're wasting away from Fenway and point it towards the Garden and Bell Centre and give the Bruins the support they deserve on this mission, I promise when hockey is over baseball will still be here, and you'll have a whole summer to hum and holler over the Sox and where they're at! Remember, it could be worse...this guy could still be around.

Enjoy the games, have a great weekend and please be sure to stop by next door and check out Hal's post, he always brings it!

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