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Category Archives: Providence Bruins

With Cassidy still staging auditions up front, why is Studnicka not on the call list?

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

It’s amazing what a little time away from the office will do for one’s performance, eh?

Approaching the NHL’s bye week head coach Bruce Cassidy’s Bruins looked equal parts mentally and physically spent.  The team’s hot start to the season after a summer of second-guessing their performance on home ice...

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The Red Sox are a red hot mess with spring training just a couple weeks away

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

The once glowing embers of the hot stove that used to serve as fuel to get Red Sox fans through the dark and dank New England winters have now become a hot, steaming mess as the franchise that calls Fenway Park home heads into spring training as baseball’s version of the headless horseman.

Life for Larry

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer If you are a New England sports fan you have seen your fair share of miraculous comebacks over the last couple of decades. Whether it was just two February’s ago when Tom Brady led the Patriots to their fifth Super Bowl when trailing the front running Atlanta Falcons 28-3 with just a quarter and a half left to play in a...
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After dipping his toe in the NHL trade waters earlier this week, Coyle can’t be Sweeney’s only move before Monday’s deadline

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer Bruins general manager Don Sweeney has come a long way since he and team president Cam Neely were largely roasted by the hockey media following their first NHL Draft together in 2015.  Armed with the 13th, 14th, and 15th selections overall, Sweeney and his boss Neely failed in their attempts to move up in the first round to select...
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