Friday, November 12, 2010
The Bruins followed up a big win in Pittsburgh with a stinker at home against the Habs.
Is Tuukka losing his confidence?
The back-to-backs didn't help the Bruins in this one.
Who was the angry Bruins fan who vandalized a bathroom?
Portland Pirates junior hockey star Oliver Wahlstrom returned to NESN.
The Heat Index is almost at freezing, as the Celtics take their talents to South beach and knock off the Heat 112-107.
Ray Allen had a monster night on both ends on the floor.
Jermaine O'Neal is looking for a second opinion.
Rondo. That is all.
Adrian Beltre is the hot, single girl before the prom. He's also a Silver Slugger winner.
UMaine head coach Jack Cosgrove spoke out on the David Hood situation.
Jeff Howe and Ian Rapoport have you covered on all the Patriots news that matters, including Stephen Gostkowski being placed on IR.
Matty appeared in the Boston Herald and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review yesterday, check them both out.
We'll be streaming Deering at Cheverus right here on the CMSB Saturday at 12:30.
For the best high school sports coverage in the state straight from the source, check out Michael Hoffer at The Forecaster and MBR.Org. Don't forget, the 2010 Maine High School Football Championships Presented by Messer Truck Equipment, will be broadcast November 20th 2010 LIVE from Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland.
Mainers in College
Something that might have slipped under the radar: 2008 Windham graduate Jessica Taylor, whose currently a junior at Lasell College in Newton, Mass, plays soccer the Lasell Lasers (13-3-3) just beat the Norwich University Cadets (13-7-0) this past Saturday by the score of 1-0 for the GNAC championship which earned an automatic bid to the NCAA division III soccer championships. It is the 1st time in her school's history that they have won their conference and are now headed to the NCAA’s.
They play this coming Saturday at Brandeis College against Williams College at 11 am.