Lauren Campbell is a beat writer for the Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins at CLNS Radio. Currently, Lauren is also an account manager for Suburban Glass & Mirror.
Lauren studied at Framingham State University where she is a 2015 graduate with a degree in English and a concentration in journalism. She was the sports editor for the Universtiy's student newspaper, the Gatepost.
Before joining CLNS, Lauren interned at Comcast Sports Net New England, as well as the Medfield and Westwood Press newspapers.
Additionally, Lauren has been a freelance production assistant with MLB and NFL Network, and assisted in pre and post-game set up during the 2013 World Series at Fenway Park. She has also worked for ESPN and MLB International.
Lauren has been a lifetime die-hard Red Sox fan and is a baseball enthusiast.
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The Boston Bruins went .500 through their last six games and dealt with the injury bug and a suspension. The team started goalies Malcom Subban and Zane McIntyre over the last six games before Tuukka Rask took his spot back in net against the Detroit Red Wings. They also halted their three-game skid while ending the Red Wings six-game win streak.
Even though they won’t be hoisting the World Series trophy this year, some Red Sox players may still be taking home some hardware.
After a 5-0 loss at the hands of the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday, the Bruins looked to get back in the win column against Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers behind Zane McIntyre.
The 2016-17 season got underway last week with the Boston Bruins opening up their season against the Columbus Blue Jackets. They had a short week, with just two games on the road. The week included one line scoring all six goals in one game and starting goalie Tuukka Rask missing the second game of the season.
It hasn't even been two weeks since the Diamondbacks fired Dave Stewart. But they found their new GM in Mike Hazen.
The Boston Red Sox look to stay alive in the ALDS with game 3 against the Cleveland Indians taking place tonight after a postponement due to rain on Sunday at Fenway Park.
After the Red Sox finished with the third-best record in the American League (93-69), they now prepare for the ALDS where they will take on the Cleveland Indians (94-67).
The Boston Red Sox (92-67) begin their final home stand of the regular season on Friday when they welcome the Toronto Blue Jays (87-72) to Boston.