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Michael Settipani

Michael Settipani

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I am from Chartestown, MA, born and raised. I cover the Boston Bruins for CLNS Radio. Additionally, I also cover all sports for Dirty Water News. I graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a B.A in Communications and a minor in Sports Management. Prior to writing, I have held previous internships at both NESN and WEEI. Currently, I work part time at Entercom radio as a producer and work on air co-hosting for ESPN NH on Sunday mornings. I am a sports fanatic and can talk sports with anyone. I hold season tickets to the Boston Bruins and am an all around diehard fan of all Boston sports teams.

With under two weeks to go until Opening Day. It is becoming crunch time for the Boston Red Sox. Here are some spring training notes. 

The Bruins have improved to 11-3 under Bruce Cassidy with a victory to start their four game Canadian road trip. Marchand scored three in the third period to lead the Bruins offensive attack.

Pablo Sandoval’s Red Sox career has been a huge bust thus far. Can the Panda turn it around in 2017?

The Bruins have improved to 10-3 under interim coach Bruce Cassidy and 7-1 at home. The Bruins got goals for David Pastrnak and Drew Stafford and 26 saves from Tuukka Rask in the win.

The Bruins have now lost two of the last three games and the second of the season to Ottawa. This was the fourth time in a row that the Bruins have fallen to the Senators dating back to last season.

Thursday, 02 March 2017 00:03

Spring Training 2017 Report: 3/1/2017

Red Sox continue to struggle, injury updates, and much more in a week of Red Sox baseball.

Bruins had to no time to let previous night’s loss settle in as they got right back to work the next night. Bruins were able to get another two points against the Kings for their fifth win in six games.

The Bruins came off their bye week to play the Sharks for the second time in four games in San Jose to start their road trip. The Bruins were able to start the road trip off in dramatic fashion in the nightcap of “Hockey Day in America.”

The Boston Bruins won their second straight home game after firing head coach Claude Julien. Anton Khudobin got his second win of the year and the second of any backup goalie from the Bruins this season. Frank Vatrano lead the way offensively with three points.

The Boston Bruins struggles in Washington continue as they proved to be too much for the Bruins to handle. The Bruins win streak was snapped and Tuukka Rask allowed 5 goals on 22 shots in defeat. Brad Marchand remains red hot on the offensive side for the Bruins.

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