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Scott Cordischi and Jason Taravella get into the Red Sox uneven start to the season and John Farrell's managerial prowess or lack thereof. We long for Lovullo.
Mike and Rob discuss Giardi's other employer Comcast and their new show starting tomorrow night. This leads to a more general discussion of the media in Boston, beat writers travelling with teams and how times have changed so much over the last thirty to forty years in this business.
the offensive zone in overtime, a scrum formed of David Krejci battling Niklas Kronwall and Jarome Iginla battling Drew Miller . Iginla eventually won the puck and sent a pass through his legs to Lucic, who kicked it to himself and sent a touch-pass to Krejci. With Iginla going to the net, Krejci skated
lines and a trio of Darren Helm, Luke Glendening and Drew Miller (with Kyle Quincey and Brendan Smith on the back end) scored against them. After getting the puck from Miller high in the zone, Helm stepped around Iginla and threw a shot on net that
in net due to flu-like symptoms suffered by starter Jimmy Howard. After a Justin Florek high stick drew blood on Drew Miller , Detroit made quick work of its power play. Pavel Datsyuk won a faceoff against David Krejci , and drew it back to Niklas Kronwall. With Todd Bertuzzi
Both Iginla and Krug had a pair of assists on the day. Kevan Miller returned to the lineup for Boston and made his postseason debut. Matt Bartkowski ..... by a bottom-six Frankenstein line of Helm, Glendening and Drew Miller . Not scoring against Riley Sheahan’s line (as was the case Friday
WRONG FOR THE BRUINS - The B’s had an injury scare in the third period when Drew Miller crashed into Patrice Bergeron on a third-period shot from Bergeron. Miller ’s right leg took out Bergeron’s left leg, with Bergeron awkwardly falling to the ice and
Zetterberg and Niklas Kronwall. The Bruins, meanwhile, managed just three shots on Gustavsson in the second period. Drew Miller made it 5-0 in the third period, and a Gustav Nyquist pass went off a diving Torey Krug and in to cap the Detroit’s scoring. Adam McQuaid returned after missing