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The Bruins couldn’t do anything offensively Wednesday night and fell into a 3-1 series hole with a 1-0 loss to the Senators. WEEI’s Ty Anderson, Scott McLaughlin and Josh Dolan reacted on Facebook Live after the game.
We discuss the Celts chances to lock up the number one seed, but begin with the trend of resting players in the NBA, even on teams eliminated from the post-season.
one thing that eludes Thomas now is the Stanley Cup dream that died on the vine last season when Hurricanes villain Scott Walker poked a flying puck past the veteran goalie in overtime of Game 7. “Winning the Vezina kind of makes it easier to focus on team goals, even though I always had that focus to begin with,” Thomas said. “I don’t need
simply overwhelmed most opponents and Boston turned the third period into a winning time. The Game 7 overtime loss to Scott Walker and his surprising Carolina Hurricanes acted as something of a gut-punch to a team busting out with momentum and good will, but it — along with a challenging second half of last year’s regular season — will have
It still feels like just yesterday that villain du jour Scott Walker was breaking the collective back of Bruins Nation, and Tim Thomas followed the spine-breaker by literally speed-skating off
moustache-twirling villain among the “Caniacs” when he was on the receiving end of a “cheap shot” from Scott Walker during a highly impassioned seven-game Stanley Cup playoff series between the Canes and Bruins, but Ward wasn’t worried in the least about being received well in his adopted
I hope that's not true. The B’s need Hunwick to be decent. On Thomas, you think that rebound he gave up to Scott Walker was “rock-like?” Yikes. There’s no doubt Rask is unproven and could flame out. But at least there’s a chance he could be the guy. I already know that Thomas can't be. -- Subj: Flyers on New Year's Day But shouldn’t the Bruins be playing
Kings. Top basketball recruit Carlton Bragg announces he will play at Kansas, although he accidentally says Kentucky first. TRIVIA ANSWER: Sam Jankovich SOOTHING SOUNDS: Scott Walker of The Walker Brothers was born on this day in 1943.
Lillard . Spurs coach Gregg Popovich gives another memorable in-game interview, this time hugging ESPN’s Jeff Van Gundy . TRIVIA ANSWER: Sam Jankovich SOOTHING SOUNDS: Scott Walker of The Walker Brothers was born on this day in 1943.
throws down a vicious slash on an unsuspecting Simon Ferguson of the Sheffield Steelers. Wilson was suspended three games. TRIVIA ANSWER: Sam Jankovich SOOTHING SOUNDS: Scott Walker of The Walker Brothers was born on this day in 1943.
Belichick and Rex Ryan . Professional bowler Josh Blanchard can’t get his fingers out of the ball and ends up taking a tumble into the lane. TRIVIA ANSWER: Sam Jankovich SOOTHING SOUNDS: Scott Walker of The Walker Brothers turns 69 Monday.
of those fears with a game-tying tip-in in the third period. The game would see 18:46 of an extra frame before Scott Walker knocked a rebound from a Ray Whitney shot past Thomas to end what had once been a very promising Bruins season. 2010 Eastern Conference semifinals