The Bruins lost a two-goal lead last night against the Buffalo Sabres and fell in OT, 4-3 at the Garden. Check all the coverage over at BruinsLinks.com.
Just a few links for this posting, we’ll start with the media columns:
Pepperell native delivers Mut on your WEEI – Bill Doyle has an interview with new WEEI midday host Mike Mutnansky.
Brush up on these new Dance steps – Chad Finn has a look at the NCAA tournament TV coverage and some assorted notes.
NCAA Tournament Promises March Madness On Television – In my SB Nation Boston media column, I’m also looking at the NCAA schedule from CBS and Turner, and add in some notes at the end.
New-look Green play deny defense – Steve Bulpett has the Celtics denying that they’re changing into more of an offensive-minded team.
Bigs problem is a small one for Celtics – Chris Forsberg has the Celtics focused on keeping their “bigs” healthy for the postseason. Julian Benbow and Jim Fenton have Nenad Krstic making a smooth transition to Boston.
The $20 Million Men: How opposites Ramirez, Crawford both attracted monster salaries – Alex Speier looks at how both outfielders got the huge contracts with opposite styles of play.
Still a champion of the Sox – Peter Abraham has Johnny Damon with praise for the Red Sox and wishing he had approved the trade to Boston last season. Michael Silverman has Damon and Manny Ramirez settling in with the Rays.
Unheard-of hoop glory within Harvard’s grasp – Shira Springer has the Crimson hoop team looking to get back to the NCAA tourney for the first time since 1946.
NFL words heated with day to go – Ian Rapoport has the millionaires and billionaires continuing their public squabble.
In case you hadn’t heard, Ron Borges is now on Twitter!
Yes, I’ve heard the jokes about watching to see if he starts copying Tweets from ESPN_NFCWest.