Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The "No Longer Kiss Your Baby Day" Links

FOXBORO, MA - SEPTEMBER 26: Coach Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots reacts after defeating the Buffalo Bills, 38-30, at Gillette Stadium on September 26, 2010 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Even Bill Belichick is waving goodbye to "Kiss Your Baby" day.

The Red Claws may benefit from all of the talent in camp with the Celtics.

Avery Bradley's debut was a mixed bag.

The second unit got some run last night.

Jermaine O'Neal might as well have been Jermaine Jackson when it came to shooting the ball last night.

Joe Haggerty is the first to write about how the Bruins might have a Stanley Cup chemistry formed from this trip.

Nathan Horton seems to be rejuvenated with a move to a hockey atmosphere.

NHL Hockey Portal shines the spotlight on Bruins PR man Eric Tosi.

Mass Live disspells the myth that the Alfond gives Maine an unsurmountable home ice advantage.

Jimmy Howard sharp despite a loss last night.

The Maineiacs are ready for a showdown with Chicoutimi.

Mike Devito continues to impress with the Jets.

Pete Warner thinks chemistry is lacking with the Black Bears football team.

Deion Branch is glad to be back, according to Ian Rapoport. Ron Borges even welcomes him home.

Bob Kraft is sounding optimistic about a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Former Sea Dogs manager Fredi Gonzalez gets the gig to replace Bobby Cox.

High School
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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