BOSTON — Two minutes before his teammates were introduced to the sellout crowd at TD Garden Thursday night, Torey Krug passed someone he recognized on the ice level walkway and nodded hello.
BOSTON — When St. John’s Prep product Pat Connaughton was taken with the 41st overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft, not many people figured he’d still be in the league nearly five years later.
FOXBOROUGH — Objectively speaking, the New England Patriots’ royal blue uniforms of the 1990s were pretty wild. Worn for seven seasons between the original red and white “Pat Patriot” uniform and the modern navy blue look, the uniforms featured huge shoulder logos, italicized numbers and fai…
BOSTON — When the blade of David Pastrnak’s stick is sizzling like a beautiful medium rare porterhouse on the grill, it can cure a lot of ills.
BOSTON — The summer of 2010 was a particularly brutal one for guys like Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci.
FOXBOROUGH — Bill Belichick was determined to avoid the elephant in the room. When he walked to the podium in front of a jam-packed press room, he started with an opening statement focused on Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins.
BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Red Sox parted ways Sunday with president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski less than a year after winning the World Series.
FOXBOROUGH — Linebacker Kyle Van Noy will not play in Sunday's season opener, the team announced prior to kickoff, nor will wide receiver Demaryius Thomas.
Gunner Olszewski’s journey to New England began back in May with a phone call, a call inviting him to rookie minicamp that came while he was literally digging ditches with his father back home in Alvin, Texas.
NASHVILLE — Growing up in Nashville a lifelong Tennessee Titans fan, Joejuan Williams always imagined how great it would be getting to play at Nissan Stadium.
Editor’s note: This is the final piece of a three part series focusing on the Boston Celtics current depth chart heading into the 2019-20 season. Today’s edition highlights each center on the roster.
When summer practices are over, New England Patriots players typically take a few moments to unwind before heading in for their afternoon lift. Some will chat up coaches or friends visiting for the day, others might play with their kids on the field.
Editors note: This is part two of a three part series focusing on the Boston Celtics current depth chart heading into the 2019-20 season. Today’s edition highlights each forward on the roster.
NEW YORK — Much will be made of this weekend’s players-only Red Sox meeting at Yankee Stadium between games of a doubleheader. But make no mistake: Saturday was about one man, Chris Sale.
Two weeks of training camp are in the books, and now the Patriots will take the weekend off before flying to Detroit for a series of joint practices with Matt Patricia’s Lions in the lead-up to next Thursday’s preseason opener.
FOXBOROUGH — New England Patriots tight end Lance Kendricks was the lone absence from practice for the second day in a row on Friday, and running back Rex Burkhead was once again limited.
FOXBOROUGH — The New England Patriots had perfect attendance for Wednesday's practice, as wide receiver Dontrelle Inman and rookie defensive tackle Byron Cowart each returned to the field.
FOXBOROUGH — Defensive end Michael Bennett made his debut for the New England Patriots at training camp on Sunday, returning after missing the first three practices due to a series of excused absences.
If you’re looking for a leader in the Red Sox clubhouse, most young players will point you towards Xander Bogaerts’ locker.
Try as they might, most adults aren’t going to fit into their favorite pair of high school jeans 20 years down the road.
LYON, France (AP) — Megan Rapinoe stood on the field, arms outstretched, striking her now trademark victory pose symbolizing the confidence of a U.S. team that celebrated and savored each triumph at the Women's World Cup.
When Brandon Workman lost an eighth inning lead on Thursday, it went in the books as Boston’s 18th blown save of the season, most in the American League.
BOSTON (AP) — Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara said he broke his jaw in multiple places and played the last three games of the Stanley Cup Final with "two plates, some wires and screws" holding it together.
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — An alleged gunman and five accomplices have been detained in the shooting of former Red Sox superstar David Ortiz, Dominican officials said Wednesday, while providing no information about why a group of young men would try to kill their country’s most belo…
President John F. Kennedy wasn’t talking about winning the Stanley Cup when he declared that we do important things “not because they are easy, but because they are hard.”
High school seniors are graduating. The sweet smell of grilled meats permeate the air most evenings. The lines to get into the likes of Good Harbor, West and Saisbury Beaches grows by the day.
Every eye in the stadium is looking at them, waiting for them to bark out the signal that starts that week’s most important play. If they feel any pressure, they don’t let you see it.
You might think that a team needing to replace 1,700 rushing yards, over 1,050 passing yards, more than 850 receiving yards and 35 total touchdowns might be in trouble this fall.
Most Beverly High football historians would agree that the 1980s were the greatest decade in Panther football lore. Under legendary head coach Bill Hamor, the Orange-and-Black won 76 games, lost only 23 and tied two while capturing three Northeastern Conference titles, the first 10-win campa…
Head coach Bob Serino isn't worried about his Swampscott High football team feeling overconfident, one that returns a deep and talented senior class that was a huge part of winning a sectional title in Division 5 North last November.
The Marblehead football squad steamrolled through the Northeastern Conference regular season a season ago en route to yet another league title.
Championships are won on the gridiron, not on paper. But the Bishop Fenwick football team heads into the 2019 campaign looking so strong at just about every position that they have to be a favorite to repeat as Catholic Central League champions.
A football team can never have too much speed, and this year the Masconomet Chieftains have some real burners in the backfield.
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This Week's Circulars
Beverly - Francis "Frank" Joseph Toronto, Jr. of Beverly died at Beverly Hospital on November 7. Frank was born in Boston on May 2, 1936, and attended Boston Latin School and Northeastern University, from which he earned an Associate Degree in Accounting. From 1959 until his 1961 Honorable D…
Salem - Michael D. Guinard, age 57 years, beloved husband of Wendy (White) Guinard, died Sunday December 1, 2019, at the Massachusetts General hospital surrounded by his loving family. Born in Saugus, he is the son of Frances Law-Davis of Florida and the late Alfred W. Guinard, Jr. He was ra…
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