Everything you need to know for Bruins, Blues and the two best words in sports

By Mark Paulette, The 2019 Boston Bruins are not the heroes we deserve, but the heroes we needed. After months of paying them no attention, and shinning the spotlight on their Garden-mates, it was the Bruins who emerged this spring to curb our incessant need for the next championship. This Stanley Cup Final has been […]

Maine’s all-time MLB team

By Mark Paulette, This week’s MLB Draft saw Cody Lawyerson, from Moscow, ME, selected in the 14th Round by the Minnesota Twins. That got me thinking…what does the state’s all-time MLB squad look like? In total, there have been 76 players born in the state of Maine to appear in the majors. However, that list […]

Drive Audio: Boston host, C’s reporter Danielle Trotta on Kyrie Irving’s future

After Stephen A. Smith reported earlier in the week that Kyrie Irving has expressed “every intent” to Brooklyn that he plans on signing with the Nets, Brooklyn cleared up $46-million in cap space(room for a max deal) Thursday afternoon. NBC Sports Boston’s Daniell Trotta joined the show to discuss the $200-million question, “is Kyrie as […]

One radical idea to fix MLB, NBA and NHL

By Mark Paulette, How does one make the MLB, NBA and NHL regular seasons + postseasons more intriguing? Look no further than European football…aka…soccer. I have taken three modes of competition from the beautiful game and applied one each to America’s respective leagues. Major League Baseball – How do we end tanking and purify the […]

Sox-Yanks is baseball’s biggest sham

By Mark Paulette, Red Sox versus Yankees. That used to mean something. It used to be political. It used to ignite passion. It used to capture attention. Now, it’s just a set of words that carry no greater meaning than any other. TV networks would have you believing the ‘timeless’ rivalry hasn’t lost a beat, […]