The Suffolk Journal

Red Sox: time for change is now

Dustin Pedroia and the Red Sox have been frustrated thus far as they sit in last place of the American League East.

Sammy Hurwitz

June 7, 2015

It’s one of those baseball clichés: they’ll make a move, but not until the trade deadline. The Red Sox are under .500 nearing the end of May, but, they’re still in striking distance of the first place New York Yankees. While the pitching has been serviceable of late, you’d be hard pressed to...

Bruins aim to be Stanley Cup contenders

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Sammy Hurwitz

February 4, 2015

By Sammy Hurwitz With the Patriots officially having done their job, the Boston area four major sports teams have now captured nine championships since 2002. Another team in the Boston area is proving they can contend for a title. With a 27-16-7 record (61 points), the Boston Bruins seem poised...

Here We Go Again! Brady reined in new Boston sports era

The city of Boston has held seven championship victory parades since 2001, with the most recent being the Bruins victory parade (pictured above) this past June.

February 1, 2012

Athanasios Armenis Journal Staff Buckner. Bias. Boone. Grady Little...Ouch. Whether it’s been the 80’s, 90’s, or even early 2000’s, Boston teams have put their fans through unbearable, unthinkable and unimaginable situations. With arguably the most heartbreaking moments in professional sports h...

Bruins ready to shine in spotlight

Bruins ready to shine in spotlight

October 11, 2011

Mike McMahon Journal Staff For the city of Boston, October 6 was a night that was much needed for the morale of its sports fans. The Bruins had their home opener and raised the majestic Stanley Cup banner from last season. Even though the game resulted in a 2-1 loss for the black and gold, there was a magical feeling as you watched the Brui...

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