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Joe Danker

Joe Danker

My name is Joe Danker. I'm a lifelong New England sports fan who loves nothing more than writing, talking, laughing, and crying about Boston sports. I grew up outside Boston and have lived and breathed Boston sports since before I can remember being able to think.

I currently work part-time in the Sports department at the Metrowest Daily News where I cover local high school sports. Twelve months ago I started my own Boston sports blog called Title Town on the sportsblog.com network. You may have heard of it (not likely). I moved on to publishing Title Town on the OverTime.news sports network, where I also regularly hosted the popular podcast, Sports Roundup.

And now I'm beyond excited to be a part of the CLNS team!

Boston sports is life.

Follow me on Twitter @Jdanker22.



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The Boston Bruins have much of their top end scoring talent out with injuries, and it showed in Wednesday night's 4-2 road loss to the Anaheim Ducks. 

The Boston Bruins fell 4-2 to the New York Rangers in a hard-fought match at Madison Square Garden Wednesday night in New York City. The 644 th meeting in the history of these two Original Six franchises pitted an undermanned Bruins squad up against a Rangers team on a roll, having won 5 straight and 4 in a row at home.

The Boston Bruins earned a hard-fought, 2-1 victory over the Las Vegas Golden Knights at TD Garden tonight. It wasn't the prettiest of games, but the NHL doesn't count style points in the standings. Two points is two points and the Bruins got them tonight with a solid home win.

This game was decided early when 6'5” Canuck defenseman Erik Gudbranson decided to launch himself into Frank Vatrano from behind and drive him into the boards. Gudbranson got a 5-minute major for the filthy hit, but it was the response of the Bruins that sent the game on its course. 


The Boston Red Sox put the ball in Chris Sale's considerable hands for Game 1 of the 2017 ALDS – and he dropped it. Sale was a complete flop in his postseason debut, giving up 7 earned runs in just 5 innings of work as the Red Sox lost to the Houston Astros 8-2 and fell behind 1 games to none of the series.

The American League East champion Boston Red Sox kick off their 2017 postseason today with game 1 of the American League Divisional Series against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid park in Houston.

The magic number is 1, just one win by the Red Sox or loss by the New York Yankees and the Sox win the AL East – it's that simple, yet the Red Sox make it so hard at this time of the year. After another late season loss last night to today's foe, the Houston Astros, the Sox are 92-68 and 2 games ahead of the Yanks with a mere two games to play. 

The Boston Bruins will start the 2017-18 regular season with the home opener against last season's Western Conference champs and Stanley Cup Finals runner -up Nashville Predators on Thursday October 5th. But, in the meantime the Bruins have the preseason


Behind home runs from Xander Bogaerts, Hanley Ramirez and Mitch Moreland the Red Sox bashed their way to a 10-7 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday night. The win drops the Sox magic number to 2 with just 4 games to play as they look to win the AL East for the second straight year

The Boston Red Sox give the ball to Eduardo Rodriguez in game two of the three-game series in Cincinnati. Their magic number is 6 to clinch the AL East.

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