Monday, October 11, 2010

The "Somebody's Got a Case of the Mondays" Links


Boston Bruins' Nathan Horton celebrates after scoring against Phoenix Coyotes during their NHL hockey game in Prague October 10, 2010.    REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)



Football:
Tom E Curran (who will stop by the Morning Jab today at 9:05) talks Logan Mankins and about the Randy Moss contract stuff.

Bill Belichick thinks the Patriots offense will still be strong without Randy Moss.

Get all your latest Patriots news and notes, including what the Patriots do on the bye week, the last time we will hear about Randy Moss from the Patriots, more on Tom Brady and Randy Moss and more with Ian Rapoport.

The buildup to the Patriots-Randy Moss split.

UMaine football lost on the road at Delaware on Saturday night.

Hockey:
Tyler Seguin scores first goal of his career, Nathan Horton keeps rolling and Tim Thomas records a shutout, in a 3-0 win over the Coyoted in Praque.

Stephen Weiss of the Florida Panthers has some very high praise for Nathan Horton.

Joe Haggerty's European Trip wrap up.

Tyler Seguin's first career goal.

Victoriaville Tigres claw back, beat the Maineaics 4-2 in Lewiston.

Maineiacs fans do a great job helping aid breast cancer.

Baseball:
The Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo and Tony Massarotti break down the Red Sox offseason and who the Red Sox may pursue this offseason. According to this, they will be taking the Patriots off-season route.

The Red Sox History of number 10's...

Taking a look back at the 2010 Red Sox bench and what impact they made. This is not the type of article we wanted to be reading this week, did we?

Basketball:
Jermaine O'Neal getting defensive in debut.

This week's Shaqisms

Kevin Garnett and Nate Robinson set the tone, as the Celtics remain undefeated in the preseason.

Nate Robinson finding a home with the Celtics.

Celtics still hurting from Finals loss to the officials, I mean the Lakers.

UMass product Stephane Lasme raising some eyebrows at Celtics camp. This is someone you really root for to make the team.

High School
Lots of action over the weekend, check out the best high school sports coverage in the state Michael Hoffer at The Forecaster, the new Sun Journal Varsity, the Bangor Daily News and MBR.Org.

Williams Broadcasting
Destinations


Racing News Network

0 comments:

ShareThis

CMSB Search

Loading...

LEGAL DISCLAIMER

Maine Sports Media is part of the CMSB Media Group. Not all thoughts and posts directly represent our sponsors, followers, or fans.