After their horrific start to the season, the Bruins have gotten red-hot, winning their last six games, and averaging just under six goals a game during that stretch. The Bruins got a
OT third period goal from Benoit Pouliot to beat the New Jersey Devils 4-3 at the Garden last night.
Bruins score three in third, beat Devils, 4-3 – The CSNNE.com game story from Joe Haggerty and Jessica Camerato has the details of the win. More game stories from Steve Conroy | Mike Loftus | Douglas Flynn | Bud Barth | Fluto Shinzawa | DJ Bean
Five things we learned from Tuesday’s Bruins win over Devils – Mick Colageo has some things to take away from last night.
Staring down the bull’s-eye – Joe McDonald has the Bruins skating fine line between physical and dirty, which is resulting in wins for them. Stephen Harris has the Bruins style get the attention of opposing GM’s.
Decision on Milan Lucic no surprise to Claude Julien – The Herald notebook has the Bruins coach not surprised that his forward was not suspended by the league. The Patriot Ledger notebook has Daniel Paille eager to get back to action. The Globe Bruins notebook has Lucic’s hit on Ryan Miller raising questions.
10 Crucial Things the New England Patriots Have Done Right in 2011 – Regardless of what you may hear and read on a daily basis, the Patriots have actually made a few good decisions this season.
For the most part, a job done right – Greg A Bedard reviews the Patriots win over the Jets.
Go to Rob Gronkowski in red zone – Karen Guregian looks at how big a weapon the tight end has become in the red zone.
An AFC scout gives five-point plan of attack for Patriots against the Chiefs – Christopher Price has an early look at the Chiefs game.
Unwelcome recognition? – Chris Forsberg says that these two teams know each other a lot more than their history would indicate.
Key player – Stand Grossfeld looks at Andre Carter’s love of the piano.
The secrets behind Belichick’s success – The Globe reviews Michael Holley’s new book –War Room: The Legacy of Bill Belichick and the Art of Building the Perfect Team
Rookie Cannon activated – The Globe notebook looks at the fifth round pick being activated yesterday. The Herald notebook has more on Carter. The Patriots Journal has ex-Chief Brian Waters looking forward to facing his old team. The Enterprise notebook from Glen Farley has more on Cannon.
Be sure to check out NFL Turning Point tonight on VERSUS at 10:00pm, as the Patriots/Jets game will be heavily featured. The program uses great footage and sound from NFL Films and is a treat to watch.
Sox search for short-term, short-money closer – Sean McAdam looks at what the Sox may do to replace Jonathan Papelbon.
A look at how the baseball world is viewing David Ortiz– Rob Bradford has opposing GM’s talking about the Red Sox DH.
Mark Farinella reports the following this morning:
– As if losing Terry Francona and Jonathan Papelbon wasn’t maddening enough, I have it on good authority that Heidi Watney will not be returning to her on-field reporting duties for NESN’s Red Sox broadcasts next year. Can’t reveal my source, but it’s a good one …
Was his source Dan Shaughnessy, who wrote this yesterday?
Tito, Theo, Papel-Gone. Don’t be surprised if Miss Heidi is next. That’s right, Heidi Watney might be the next member of the 2011 Red Sox cast to depart. Heidi’s contract is up at the end of the month and a person with knowledge of NESN’s upper management says Watney is done after four years as the Sox in-game reporter.
Sadly, indications seem strong that we’ve seen the last of Heidi Watney on the Red Sox telecasts. That’s a shame.