The season starts tonight on the sister station 95.9 WPEI, so here is all your season previews all wrapped up in one place. Boston Herald, Boston Globe, CSNNE, NESN, also A. Sherrod Blakely (who'll stop by the Morning Jab today) with his season preview.
Shaq a perfect fit in Boston.
Celts look to make a statement against the Miami Heat.
Oh Kevin, Kevin..what are you doing..Kevin McHale is all over the Miami Heat to win it all.
Bangor Native and Cleveland Cavaliers scout Pete Babcock was in Orono checking out some of the Black Bears.
Peter May talks about the Miami Hype Machine and why the Celtics have no problem letting them get the spotlight.
Semih Erden and Avery Bradley will be inactive for opening night.
Maine moves up in polls, Brian Flynn wins Pine Tree Pucks Player of the Week and Hockey East Player of the Week.
Haggs Power Rankings are out.
McQuaid moves up due to injuries.
Larry Mahoney says simple approach and some shuffling put Maine over the top this weekend.
Brett Favre is injured, does his streak come to an end vs the Patriots?
Sergio Brown steps off practice squad and immediately contributes.
Black Bear alum Mike Devito thinks the Jets are rested and ready after the bye week.
Patrick Chung will be out for a couple of weeks.
Brad Childress took a shot at Bill Belichick for Spygate. (Belichick has yet to mention in the press that Brad Childress is awful)
Belichick expects Favre to play on Sunday until he sees otherwise.
Ian Rapoport and Jeff Howe have everything else you need to know about the Patriots.
John Farrell is introduced as the newest manager of the Toronto Blue Jays.
Plenty of candidates within the Sox organization to replace Farrell.
Sox and Francona already missing Farrell.
Terry Francona knew John Farrell wouldn't be around the Red Sox forever.
Manny Ramirez interested in Toronto?
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