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Is Don Sweeney’s First Off-Season As General Manager Of The Boston Bruins Simpler Than We Think?

It’s weird, but my feet always seem to smell like ham. 1,365 more words

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Matt Barnes: Sell While The Value Is Still High?

Young pitchers with good fastballs – you just can’t have enough of them these days. Matt Barnes, the Sox 1st Round Pick in 2011 (19th overall), lights up a radar gun, especially when confined to a role in the bullpen. 511 more words

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(Mostly) New England Livin'

“The more things change, the more they stay the same” is a saying I’ve heard before. And it applies here, as the AHL’s divisional realignment will have the P-Bruins surrounded by familiar foes in 2015-2016.  397 more words

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Preliminary Vegas Expansion Fee Set At $450 Million. And Like, That's A Lot Of Money.

When I think of Las Vegas, I think of casinos, strippers and the girl who vomited on a man’s privates my first weekend at college. I should of course clarify that she is from Las Vegas, so please don’t think I enjoy reminiscing about people yakking on one another. 514 more words

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Lawless in Leather, by Melanie Scott

Grade: B

Doing it at: 49%

Catnip: Burlesque; Motorcycles; Smoking Hot Ex-Military Guy; Sports Stuff; Dead Ex-Girlfriend Issues; Mysterious Stalker; Dual Narrative; Not Xena

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Dual Narrative

Let's Go Hockey

So…the NHL Playoffs have started, and, today, my Penguins are playing. They’re up against the Rangers and, because they were D+ (I’m being kind here) in the last games going into the playoffs (with, at one point, looking like they were not going to have a chance to get in the big dance), have no home court advantage in all of the rounds, should they advance. 87 more words

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Soundtrack To The Game

I’ve followed the San Francisco Giants for almost five years, and, in the three of those five years that they won a World Series, I had a knack for falling back on music that was more than just “game-day songs.” They were part of a soundtrack that seemed like game-day songs in the beginning, but wound up as winning tracks that may or may not have contributed to a team winning the title. 1,567 more words

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