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Bruins Quarter Mark Trends: The Bad and the Ugly

The Bruins have a lot going for them right now, but as we saw in their 4-2 loss to the Edmonton Oilers, not everything is perfect. Whether it be bad luck, bad play, or whatever else, the Bruins still have

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Mass. NCAA DI Men’s College Basketball 3 Stars of the Week (Nov. 28)

In what was a down week for the local schools, the same cannot be said about a few individual talents. ?Jahad Thomas/UMass Lowell – Senior guard put forth a few more stellar performances. Thomas pumped in a game-high 24 points

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Revolution Make End of Year Roster Moves

The New England Revolution announced on Monday Nov. 27 which players would be on the team for the 2018 season. The new 14-man roster includes players who were already under contract for 2018 and players whose options were exercised for

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Report: Patriots Place 2 Starters on Injured Reserve

In a disappointing end to a happy reunion, the New England Patriots have placed tight end Martellus Bennett on season-ending injured reserve. Jim McBride tweeted out the news from a league source within the hour. BREAKING: League source confirms #Patriots

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Bruins Quarter Mark Trends: The Good

With the Boston Bruins having completed just over a quarter of their 2017-2018 campaign, let’s take a look at what’s gone right for the Bruins so far. This is team is far from perfect, but they have plenty to be

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Mass. NCAA DI Men’s College Basketball Power Rankings: Week 4 (Nov. 27)

The Power Rankings have a new look once again as the third full week of college hoops is in the books. Record and last week’s ranking in parenthesis. Boston College (5-2, 1) – Eagles continue to play pretty well. Wednesday’s game against

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Harvard Falls to CS Fullerton, 70-61

Harvard dropped its fourth game of the season via a 70-61 loss to CS Fullerton on Sunday evening in the Wooden Legacy Classic fifth-place game. Trailing 32-20 at halftime, the Crimson took the lead early in the second half, and

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20-0 Run Pushes UMass Lowell Over Loyola (MD)

Trailing by 10 with 11:24 to play? Not a problem for UMass Lowell on Sunday. The River Hawks held Loyola (MD) scoreless for a 9:08 span in the second half to storm back from a double-digit deficit en route to

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BU Cruises Past Wheaton, 83-48

Boston University collected an 83-48 win against Wheaton College on Sunday night.   The start of the season was rocky for the Terriers as they were unable to find a win until their fourth game, but they’ve certainly turned things

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Bruins Winger Out Four Weeks Minimum

The Boston Bruins announced that left winger Peter Cehlarik sustained a lower-body injury in Friday’s matinee against the Pittsburgh Penguins. He did not play in Sunday’s game against the Oilers and will be reevaluated in four weeks. Cehlarik had a

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