Walkoff Wednesday For Boston Sports

Both of the local team in action last night needed extra time, but they both managed to pull out wins in thrilling fashion. The Bruins got a goal from Miroslav Satan in the second overtime to defeat the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 and take a 3-1 series lead. Check all the coverage over at BruinsLinks.com.

The Red Sox needed 12 innings, but got a Kevin Youkilis wallball which scored Marco Scutaro from second base to give the Red Sox their second straight walkoff win, 8-7at Fenway Park. Get full coverage from this one at RedSoxLinks.com.

The first round of the 75th NFL Draft is tonight, in prime time for the first time. The Patriots pick at #22, which should come up at about 9:45 tonight. Head over to PD for our Patriots Daily 2010 Draft Central.

Double serving of special – Dan Rowinski says that the Bruins have set Boston on fire.

Bruins beat Sabres in double overtime – Joe Haggerty has the gamer and talking points from a thrilling night at the Garden.

Boston Bruins within one win of advancing in the playoffs after double-overtime win over Buffalo Sabres – Mike Loftus looks at the ways in which this was a huge win for the Bruins.

Bruins win wipes away a little bit of history – Stephen Harris has the term “too many men on the ice” finally getting a new meaning among Bruins fans.

Satan was given one too many chances – Kevin Paul Dupont has the 35-year-old Slovak winger netting the biggest goal of the season thus far for the Bruins.

All-out effort lifts Bruins in double OT – Joe McDonald looks at an exhausted Tuukka Rask after this one.

Thrills worth double take – Dan Shaughnessy notes that it has been quite a week at the new Garden.

Sox walk off with another win, in 12 – Amalie Benjamin has the gamer from Fenway.

McDonald a star long before Fenway – Jeff Hamrick covered Darnell McDonald in high school, and thought he was destined for greatness.

Big Papi passed over by Francona – Gordon Edes has Mike Lowell getting the start at DH last night.

Ortiz, Francona get together – The Projo Red Sox Journal has the Sox slugger and manager taking some time to talk things over.

Beckett struggles; Lowell steps up – The CSNNE.com notebook fills a few gaps.

Marco Scutaro’s alert play changes course of game – John Tomase looks at a play that won’t stand out in the boxscore, but that won the game for the Red Sox.

Ray Allen won’t be denied – Jessica Camerato looks at the resilient mentality of the Celtics guard, who talks about what the future could hold for him.

Celtics’ defense not resting – Scott Souza says that the Celtics cannot let up on their much-improved defense.

Celtics taking nothing for granted against Miami – Rich Levine has the Celtics looking to keep going against Miami.

Goodell abused his power with Roethlisberger suspension – Kirk Minihane dares to criticize the all-powerful Roger Goodell. Expect a horse head in your bed tomorrow morning, Kirk.

A look at the what Patriots will do — and what they should do – Tom E Curran flashes his credentials, and then tells you what will happen over the next few days.

Belichick network in action – Albert Breer notes that the Patriots coach’s college connections really pay off at this time of year.

Expect surprises in Draft – Andy Vogt gives us a few things to look for over the next several days.

Plenty of needs for Pats to fill in draft – Hector Longo takes a relatively reasoned approach today.

Concussion keeping Heidi Watney off NESN – Jessica Heslam reports that a concussion is what has kept the NESN Red Sox reporter off the air in recent games.