Author: @inlow005

Bruins Keys to Rematch with Avalanche

by: @inlow005 Following a rough home loss at the hands of the Colorado Avalanche Monday, the Boston Bruins take the ice in Denver tonight for a shot at redemption. The impressive offensive outing from opening night evaporated Monday afternoon.   Many things need to change on both sides of the ice before the rematch with Colorado. KREJCI NEEDS A REBOUND While watching Boston’s opener last week, nobody stood out more to me than David Krejci.  He assisted three of the team’s four goals and went positive in the point differential column.  The chemistry displayed between veteran Krejci and NHL rookie...

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NFL Matchup of the Week

by @inlow005 After another uneventful Thursday Night Football match up, football fans across the nation eagerly await another NFL Sunday. This week features some of the best match ups we will see the entire NFL season. Baltimore hosts Pittsburgh in a fight for first of the AFC North. Division foes Oakland and Denver battle it out at Mile High. And Los Angeles (Rams) travels to Dallas where they look to take down the Cowboys, fresh off a road win in Arizona. But the game that grabs me more than the rest?  The NFC North square-up in Minnesota. A FIGHT...

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Hot at Home

by @inlow005 A REVIVED REDEMPTION After a disappointing finish to last year’s postseason, the Boston Bruins have started off their preseason campaign hot. Perhaps the 4-2 playoff series loss to Ottawa sparked a fuel given their current 4-1 preseason record. With just two away games left before the season opener, Boston finished the preseason undefeated on home ice. The B’s look to capture their first road win of the preseason this Thursday as they head to Philadelphia before a rematch with the Blackhawks on Saturday. Although favorites like Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak have seen limited ice time, most...

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The Number 63

by @inlow005 Despised by the greater majority of NHL fans, Brad Marchand is constantly in the spotlight. His antics on the ice are different from that of any other player in hockey. One moment he could be wailing on the star player of the opposing franchise. Then, five minutes after his trip to the box, he scores the game tying goal late in the third. The list of reasons Marchand fills opposing fans with fuming anger is immense. But in the eyes of Bostonians, number 63 is looked upon with admiration, nearly in a heroic sense. FROM ROOKIE TO...

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