Thursday, September 30, 2010

Thirsty Thursday Links

BOSTON - SEPTEMBER 29: Mark Recchi  of the Boston Bruins is congratulated by teamamtes Zdeno Chara , Michael Ryder  and Patric Bergeron  after Recchi scored in the third period against the Washington Capitals on September 29, 2010 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The Capitals defeated the Bruins 4-1. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
MARK RECCHI SCORES THE LONE GOAL VS WASHINGTON

Baseball:
Josh Beckett's train wreck season ends with yet another poor outing in a 5-2 loss on the South side of Chicago.

Jacoby Ellsbury is ready for 2011.

Jason Varitek trying not think about the possible end of his Red Sox career.

Red Sox disappointed about not making postseason but proud.

The Red Sox Top 10 moments of 2010.

Football:
Get all your latest Patriots news and notes, including the latest injury report, just how much more Aaron Hernandez has done for the Patriots then Ben Watson, the latest injury report, A game that Dolphins LB would rather forget, and much much more with Patriots Insider Ian Rapoport.

Danny Woodhead maybe small but has made some big contributions early on.

Why Tom Brady's career may not end anytime soon.

Logan who? Dan Connolly has silenced all critics so far this season.

Darius Butler may be warming the bench from here on out.

Chiefs blog takes a look at the path Jovan Belcher has taken to the pros.

Basketball:
Kevin Garnett looking good at the start of training camp.

Delonte West is playing like his life depended on it.

Kendrick Perkins wants to stay a Celtics for the long term but won't push for contract extension.

Celtics going hard on defense right out of the gate.

Doc Rivers talks about his decision  to stay with the Celtics and how he came to the decision.

Hockey:
An update of all former Maineiacs and how they are doing elsewhere.

Get the latest Maineiacs recap, all your latest Pirates news, Boston Bruins media day videos and more at PineTreePucks.

Kevin Dupont of the Boston Globe tells you who he think needs to step up for the Bruins in the 2010 season.

Bruins firm up roster before trip overseas.

Bruins hoping for more execution on the power play.

Michael Ryder may not be a lock to make the roster after all.

High School:
A Leavitt high school hoops player is going to walk-on at UMaine.

For the best high school sports coverage in the state straight from the source, check out Michael Hoffer at The Forecaster, the new Sun Journal Varsity, the Bangor Daily News and MBR.Org.

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