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Marching Into April

We’re shaking up the way we present the ‘Must Watch Sports Events Of the Week’.  Instead of all three in one Monday Night Foresight that we’ve been doing, you will now get your sport fix with multiple one-on-one articles. 191 more words

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Report: Rolando McClain Visits With Patriots

BOSTON (CBS) — Dont’a Hightower is expected to be on the shelf for the start of the season, and the Patriots may be looking for some reinforcements at linebacker. 179 more words


Bruins Announce Individual Tickets, Suite Rentals For 1st Round Of Playoffs Go On Sale Friday

BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Bruins’ playoff push was revived over the weekend, with the team picking up four points in the standings thanks to wins over the New York Rangers and Carolina Hurricanes. 247 more words


Playoff Push Survives Another Weekend And Other Leftover Bruins Thoughts

BOSTON (CBS) — So, the Boston Bruins are still alive. And surprisingly enough, they’re sitting somewhat pretty.

Sure, they can’t exactly get comfortable, given that their wild-card lead over Ottawa is just three points, and the Senators still have that game in hand. 2,144 more words


Robb: Doc Rivers Opens Up About Celtics' Rebuild

BOSTON – The hype surrounding Doc Rivers’ return to the TD Garden did not match last season’s emotional tribute, but the Clippers head coach was happy to catch up with plenty of familiar faces from his days in Boston. 773 more words


Stewart: Seth Rollins' WrestleMania Cash-In Best for Business

@WWERollins @WWE pic.twitter.com/SHRorMybcz

— Joey, from Wrestling (@WWEMercury) March 30, 2015

BOSTON (CBS) — It wasn’t until Wednesday when Brock Lesnar went on ESPN to announce he was re-signing with the WWE that the buzz began for WrestleMania, live from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.

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Buchholz Named Red Sox Opening Day Starter

BOSTON (CBS) — Clay Buchholz will make the first Opening Day start of his career when the Boston Red Sox open their 2015 season  against the Philadelphia Phillies next week. 182 more words