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There was some very strange stuff in Joe Haggerty’s column before it was edited. He called in to explain himself.
Another chapter to the Bruins-Canadiens rivalry is about to be written, and if the B’s can skate past the Habs, Joe Haggerty believes the Bruins won’t face a tougher opponent until the Stanley Cup Finals.
Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard was great in Game 1 and awful in Game 2, so which performance is more in line with who he is as a player? Both, according to CSNNE’s Joe Haggerty.
Now that we’re about to enter the offseason for the Celtics, it’s clear Danny Ainge has a lot of decisions to make — some of which could come via trade.
Maybe calling basketball games just isn’t Rondo’s forte, but what would he sound like calling other sporting events? What would his reaction be to Vinatieri splitting the uprights? Or ‘The Miracle On Ice’? Find out!
Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo made his debut on the broadcast desk on Monday night, calling the first half of Boston’s loss to the Chicago Bulls.
CSNNE’s Joe Haggerty explains why and how Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Ray Shero is always making deadline deals, and if the Bruins’ interest in Ryan Kesler is legit or not.
In the summer of 2007 Kevin Garnett agreed to come to Boston via trade as the last piece of the championship puzzle. Danny Ainge is trying to recreate that same scenario, according to Rich Levine of CSNNE.
Gary Tanguay filled in for Rich on Monday and all things considered he did a fine job, except for the awkward 15-minute segment interviewing his CSNNE colleague Trenni Kusnierek.
The Bruins can get back to and win another Stanley Cup, but their one weakness is their lack of team speed.