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DJ and Joe kick off Sunday Skate discussing how the Bruins have been able to gain some steam in the last week and are now playing much better as a team. They discuss Rask's play in net, how the B's match up with Montreal, Spooner's role, if Gregory Campbell should remain on the 4th line and more.
John Rooke and Scott Cordischi take your calls, texts, tweets and emails on the week's hot topics. Southern New England is still pumped up about Deflategate, listen to John talk about what it was like to be at Gillette Stadium all week and Scott explains why he is fed up. They invite you to join them for Super Bowl XLIX predictions. Mr Mint calls in to clue us in on the state of Patriots collectibles. We celebrate the life of Ernie Banks in ” Three Things".
ruled in favor of Jamie McCourt , denying Frank McCourt sole ownership of the Dodgers in their divorce case. Judge Scott Gordon granted Jamie McCourt’s plea to throw out a 2004 marital agreement that would have left her without an ownership share
coach] Bruce Cassidy have done a good job with him down there. Even [former P-Bruins and current Islanders coach] Scott Gordon before that. He’s maturing as a player and he’s a big, strong kid and he’s shown a lot of compete. He showed
sent the message. With a 2-1 lead Tim Thomas and the Bruins stopped the Islanders and their six shots, reminding Scott Gordon and the rest of the league that though they certainly have their flaws, the Bruins are perhaps at their best when down
head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, is the head coach of the 2010 U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team, with Scott Gordon , head coach of the New York Islanders, and John Tortorella, head coach of the New York Rangers, serving as assistant
talent with John Tavares and Kyler Okposo in the fold, and the Islanders are playing gritty hockey under head coach Scott Gordon . But -- as evidenced by their collapse against the Bruins last weekend -- there is still plenty for the Isles to