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Peterson Might Not be the Ideal Blount Replacement

The Patriots are having a lot of players getting ready to leave for free agency. One of those players is power running back LeGarrette Blount. He has had a good career and is coming off a season high number of touchdowns (18). NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo said that there is an “expectation” that Blount will not return to the Patriots next year.   There is one particular veteran running back who has said ...

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Why Noel is the Celtics Most Realistic Trade Target Right Now

Nerlens Noel should currently be the Celtics main trade target since Danny Ainge didn’t want to pull the trigger on a deal to land Serge Ibaka and got involved too late with the DeMarcus Cousins trade. Noel is realistically the next best thing as he fills a few gaping holes that the Celtics desperately need fixed. The Celtics are currently in need of some grit and grind defensive players as ESPN.com shows t ...

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Underlying Reasons the Bruins did Away with Julien

This past week has been quite a ride in the NHL. The Boston Bruins have fired head coach Claude Julien, and the Montreal Canadiens quickly followed suit firing their head coach Michel Therrien as well. Julien has been with the Bruins for over ten years and led them to a Stanley Cup win in 2011 and back to the Finals in 2013 where they ultimately lost to the Blackhawks in six games. He was almost at the 1,00 ...

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Celtics in Desperate Need of Rebounders as Trade Deadline Approaches

A few days ago, a trade emerged that had power forward Serge Ibaka from the Orlando Magic going to the Toronto Raptors. The reason this was a big deal is because this is the second time this season the Celtics have been close to getting someone and then letting it slip through their fingers. The first was Kevin Durant over the summer and then after pulling all the stops, he went over to Golden State. Everyo ...

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Is Cassidy the Answer to the Bruin’s Woes?

The Boston Bruins fired nine year, Stanley Cup winning coach Claude Julien only a few hours before the Patriots Super Bowl victory parade through Boston. This promoted a lot of anger from fans and also a lot of confusion. When the front office management under Don Sweeney and Cam Neely fired Julien, the Bruins were 26-23-6.  It was clear that the Bruins needed a change to help the team get over the struggle ...

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Super Bowl LI Preview

QUARTERBACK: Considering Brady missed the first four games of the season, it would be quite unfair to compare season stats in this situation, but let's take a look at what each quarterback has done in the postseason thus far. Matt Ryan has had an incredible postseason up to this point. The eight-year veteran quarterback has been put to the test, already defeating a tough defense in the form of Seattle and a ...

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Coach Julien in the Hot Seat?

Last week, the Bruins said they were planning on conducting “big changes, and possibly could inform the coaching staff” according to sources close to the Bruins. Many Bruins fans, myself included, wondered if this meant the writing was on the wall for Coach Julien. When asked about this, Julien said, “I’m not into shock journalism, so I’ll step away from the question if you don’t mind.” All of this came fro ...

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The Drive for Five is Alive

On Sunday night, the Patriots yet again became AFC Champions and are heading the Super Bowl for the ninth time in the franchise history, this being the seventh time under the Brady and Belichick duo. This means, without a doubt in anyone’s mind that this era of Brady and Belichick deserves to be called a football dynasty. This red hot Patriots team with the number one defense will face off against the Atlan ...

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Hagopian Gives a Glimpse into Men’s Basketball Future

                                                   Suffolk head coach Jeff Juron had no prior knowledge of who freshman Michael Hagopian was but right when he saw what the Watertown product could do during last year’s tryouts, he knew what he had.     Hagopian, now in his sophomore season for the men’s basketball program, is averaging 10 points and three rebounds while playing a team high 33.6 minutes per g ...

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Rams Get Iced at Home

On Tuesday the Rams hosted Southern New Hampshire University Penmen. SNHU is currently leading the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) with a record of 9-3-0 after their victory over the Rams last night. The Rams seemed to struggle against this mighty team, ending the game with a 5-2 loss and hoping to make a change in the way they play.   There is no way to put it lightly, the first period was a strug ...

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