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New England Revolution 2019 season: The year of Bruce

New England Revolution 2019 season: The year of Bruce

Arena took charge of the Revolution in May, and New England never looked back. (Photo courtesy of Yahoo Sports) Marcos Aguilar Connector Editor Not too long ago were the days filled with misery for the faithful fans of the New England Revolution. Today, we acknowledge the phenomenal turnaround of one of the original MLS clubs

Celtics’ rookies looking to make a splash

(Photo courtesy of SB Nation) Matt Kaiser Connector contributor Due to the number of notable roster changes on nearly every single team, the 2019–2020 NBA regular season is shaping up to be an exciting one. This season more All-NBA players have changed teams than any other year in the league’s history. The Celtics are no

Arena leads Revolution charge years in the making

(Photo courtesy of revolutionsoccernet.com) Marcos Aguilar Connector Editor Current New England Revolution attacking midfielder Juan Agudelo’s bicycle kick against D.C United in the 2015 MLS playoffs, most likely the greatest goal of his career and one of the club’s best, is the last memory the New England faithful have of the postseason. As they fell

Red Sox: A Poor Ending

(Photo Courtesy of WCVB.com) Nicholas DeBella Connector Staff Following the 2018 season, many New England fans expected a strong follow-up season after ending with a 103-59 record and a World Series win. With very few changes to the roster during the offseason, many thought the dominant team would remain in unison after only losing Craig

Kawhi Leonard, Kemba Walker and the new National Basketball Association

(Photo Courtesy of Frank Gunn/ Association Press. Leonard celebrating with Toronto native and superstar musician Drake while wearing his iconic  “Board Man Gets Paid” Nike ad shirt) Marcos Aguilar Sports Editor Three seasons ago, the Celtics finished atop the eastern conference with all-star point guard Isiah Thomas leading the way in his third place MVP

Dear Sox fans: Are you panicking?

Mookie Betts and the Sox have been struggling since spring training. (Photo courtesy of Michael Reaves/Getty Images) Nick DeBella Connector Contributor The historic Boston Red Sox, who ended the 2018 season with a 103-59 win/loss record and a World Series title, would enter the new season with high expectations surrounding the young and aggressive roster.

Bruins Playoff Preview: Boston quietly surging into playoffs

Bruin’s goaltender Tuuka Rask must display exceptional performances this postseason for Boston to have a deep run. (Photo courtesy of nbcsports.com) Aaron Robinson Connector Editor Lost in the endless drama that is the Boston Celtics, the widespread panic over the Red Sox abysmal start and the New England Patriots losing players to retirements and owners

Celtics Playoff Preview: Can Irving lead this team to glory?

Irving will look to lead this Boston squad to their first NBA Finals appearance since 2010 (Photo courtesy of NBA.com) Marcos Aguilar Connector Editor At the time of this article’s release, the Boston Celtics will have played 81 of their 82 regular season games and most likely been slotted into fourth place of the eastern

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