The Bruins looked to be coming together in their prior two games, but last night they reverted to old habits and fell to the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-3 at the Garden.
A control issue with Woods – Chad Finn examines Tiger Woods’ recent interviews, and says that the disgraced golf star still isn’t being totally candid.
Bruins take another step back against Lightning – Joe Haggerty has the wrap from the Garden.
Bruins ripe for pickings – Stephen Harris says that the Bruins really need to get the #2 pick in the draft (via Toronto’s pick) and get themselves a pure goalscorer – and several will be available.
Opposite night in B’s loss to Lightning – Dan Rowinski says that everything was backward for the Bruins last night.
Bruins’ special teams anything but – Joe McDonald looks at another lifeless series of power plays for the Bruins.
Shawn Crable may be Patriots’ missing piece – Ian Rapoport talks to the former Michigan star, who has yet to play a regular season snap for the Patriots after being drafted two years ago.
Rocket scientist finds his space – In a piece that must’ve been in the works for awhile, Adam Kilgore (who has been on the Nationals beat for the Washington Post for a few weeks now) has a feature on Patriots linebacker coach Matt Patricia.
Patriots’ offensive line hopes to build upon last season’s success – Robert Lee talks to center Dan Koppen about how his unit can get better than they were last season.
Matsuzaka starts his comeback – Sean McAdam has Daisuke Matsuzaka making his Grapefruit League debut yesterday.
For new Red Sox third-base coach Tim Bogar, success will mean no one notices him – Brian MacPherson looks at how the new coach is preparing for his first season at the hot corner.
Journey to the D-League, Part 4: The game – Paul Flannery wraps up his four part series on the NBA Development League.
Rough Celtics begin to smooth out – Steve Bulpett has the Celtics making some progress.
Celtics small lineup comes up big – A. Sherrod Blakely looks at the small lineup employed by Doc Rivers against the Nuggets on Wednesday night, and why he might need to use it more over the coming weeks.
Differences between grid & diamond – In a blog entry, Mike Reiss cites access as the main difference between covering football and baseball.
And sort of media-related (For WEEI, anyway):
Congressman Fred Smerlas? It just may happen this fall – The Sun (Hamburg, NY) says that Fred Smerlas is thinking about moving his family to Western NY and making a run at Congress.
WEEI appears to be holding off WBZ-FM in the latest ratings. 98.5’s ratings have gone downhill since the start of the year (though ‘EEI’s have as well). Maybe the WEEI-lite strategy isn’t working.