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The Patriots hold some astonishing odds to win the AFC East, the entire AFC and even the Super Bowl.

The Boston Bruins got the win in San Jose they improve to 8-7 on the season. Peter Cehlarik, Jake DeBrusk, and Danton Heinen would score for the Boston Bruins. 

 

EXCLUSIVE: KENDRICK PERKINS on his Comeback in the G-League, Competitiveness of ’08 Celtics, being recognized as a Great Teammate & More

Boston Celtics def. Golden State Warriors 92-88

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. 

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 20:21

Are The Red Sox About To Make A HUGE Offseason Mistake?

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With the MLB Hot Stove beginning to heat up, are the Red Sox planning on making a big splash or a huge mistake?

Boston Celtics def. Brooklyn Nets 109-102

In their first game after their bye, the New England Patriots went on the road for a game against the Denver Broncos. The Patriots were in control throughout and cruised to an easy victory.

Matt Kenseth picked up what might be his final career victory on Sunday.

The Boston Bruins lost at home tonight 4-1. The only goal the Boston Bruins got was from Frank Vatrano. Hopefully they start playing better starting when The Boston Bruins travel to Anaheim to play the Ducks on Wednesday.

 

Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak would both score for the Boston Bruins in the 3-2 Overtime loss. John Riemsdyk would score two goals and Patrick Marleau would score the Overtime for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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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.

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The Red Sox made a move to hire a pitching coach, and it was within the organization as they chose to promote Dana LaVangie from bullpen coach to pitching coach.

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Wednesday, 08 November 2017 15:05

Scouting Ahead: Denver Broncos

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After coming off their bye week, the 6-2 New England Patriots travel to Denver to face a reeling Broncos team. 

Wednesday, 08 November 2017 16:45

What Fans Really Consider Rivalries

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     The Lakers are in town to play the Celtics this evening. Perhaps the most storied rivalry in NBA history. Wilt vs. Russ. Magic vs. Larry. Kobe vs. Pierce. With the Celtics standing as one of the top teams in the NBA and the Lakers rebuilding around a talented young core including rookie Lonzo Ball, clearly this is still a sizzling rivalry. Or is it?   Depends whom you ask.   Folks over at Northern Kentucky University have created a Know Rivalry Project in which they have conducted surveys to measure fans' thoughts on what constitutes a heated rivalry. The underlying idea is that in many cases there may very well be a major difference between the networks' perception of what fans value as a rivalry and fans' actual feelings.   And one city's fans may deem a matchup a "rivalry" while the other fan base views it as a snoozer.   According to Aaron Luken, a sports business student at NKU who is the project’s media relations assistant, “Rivalries have become a feature of leagues’ marketing strategy, yet relatively little research has been done to substantiate fans’ perceptions and comparisons of rival teams.”     Indeed, the glaring schism between perception vs. reality can have serious consequences.   The project has consulted with Dr. Joe Cobbs who added, “Misinterpreting or overly saturating fans with rivalry propaganda can lead to fans’ disillusionment and unsuccessful marketing strategies that are inauthentic.  When properly understood, rivalry can strengthen a fan base and add drama to sporting events.”   Despite the fact that the Lakers have been dreadful in recent years and the Celtics are years removed from the recent Big 3, the numbers from KMU's project still indicate that the Boston-LA rivalry is hot. Or at least legitimate. There is not much of a differentiation between how the two fan bases view the rivalry, which says something. In contrast, the Sacramento Kings' fans think that the Lakers are their big "rival" while it appears the Lakers fans couldn't care less.   The Know Rivalry Project raises some very interesting points. One is that a rivalry that was hot a decade or two ago may not be so sizzling now. The NBA is like rooting for laundry and teams' fortunes change in a New York minute. Secondly, if you look at a matchup between the Bucks vs. Bulls, the Know Rivalry Project claims that the Bucks' fans care about this matchup a lot more than do the Chicago fans. That's great for drawing in Milwaukee fans, however in the far more influential TV market of Chicago, the fan interest could be lagging -- a situation that bears watching.   Personally, I applaud the intentions of the Know Rivalry Project, yet I still worry about the sample size. I believe 600 people, while not insignificant by any means, is still not large enough. If KMU can increase their sample size, ten fold, hundred fold, now we're talking. And ESPN, ABC, TNT should be listening.     For the time being, I believe that a better barometer is doing something as simple as looking at the prices of tickets posted on StubHub. The price for tickets to next Thursday's game against the Warriors are more than twice that of admission for tonight's tilt vs. the Lakers. And these numbers reflect behavior of thousands of people. In other words, at least for the Boston market, it would seem that fans are more intrigued by a matchup with the Warriors in comparison to one against the Lakers.   Even if it means the Warriors don't have the names Wilt, Magic, and Kobe etched in their history books.                     

 

  
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