NESN Bruins analyst Andy Brickley weighed in on the Tim Thomas situation during his weekly appearance on the Dennis & Callahan show Wednesday morning.
Thomas skipped the team's visit to the White House Monday due to his political beliefs, and now he's being portrayed by some as a selfish individual who refuses to put the team first.
"I don't know if I'd classify it that strongly," Brickley said. "Goaltenders are a different breed to begin with. Timmy, because he's been such a survivor in his professional career, the mentality he needs to have in order to compete at the level that he needs to compete at in order to be the player he is, you've got to have a little selfishness in you. And that's OK. As long as you're full disclosure with your team, the players understand who you are -- because this team has that unconditional, I have your back, teammate mentality, that you put up with players' flaws in their personality in order to...
The rivalry between the Patriots and Giants does not compare to both teams' dislike for the Jets. On Tuesday, Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes took a shot at Jets special teams coach Mike Westhoff for comments Westhoff made early in the season about Giants punter Steve Weatherford, a former Jet.
"There were times when he just didn't do the job. … Wasn't good enough, in my opinion," Westhoff said of Weatherford, who averaged 42.6 yards per punt in 2010 for the Jets.
"Unbelievable. That's the worst statement of the year by any coach in this game," Tynes said. "How could you say that? You just broke an NFL record for your team and you throw him under the bus. We're glad to have him. Mike Westhoff is a great coach, but I certainly think he missed on that one."
Responded Westhoff: "Tynes should mind his own business."
After switching to the Giants this season, Weatherford averaged a career-best 45...
After allowing a hat trick to Scott Hartnell and escaping Sunday with a victory, the Bruins weren't so lucky Tuesday. Mathieu Perreault picked up his first career hat trick as the Capitals defeated the Bruins, 5-3, at the Verizon Center.
With Alexander Ovechkin out, the Capitals forward stole the show, beating Tuukka Rask three times to send the B's to the All-Star break on a low note. Cody Eakin scored Washington's first goal, while former Bruin Dennis Wideman sealed it with an empty-netter.
The B's received goals from Rich Peverley, Tyler Seguin and Brad Marchand in the loss. Seguin's goal increased his team-leading total to 19 on the season.
Tuesday's loss marked the third straight game in which the Bruins allowed three or more goals to their opponent. That's the first time that has happened this season, as the B's have been third in the league in goals against.
The Bruins will now break for the All-Star Game, in...
Ravens kicking consultant Randy Brown said Tuesday the Patriots may have deliberately flashed the wrong information on the Gillette Stadium scoreboard late in the Sunday’s AFC championship game, causing confusion on the Baltimore sideline and leading to a missed field goal from Billy Cundiff.
Brown said the information on the scoreboard was incorrect during Baltimore’s final drive, saying it was third down when Baltimore was actually facing fourth down prior to Cundiff’s game-tying field goal attempt. While Ravens players and officials have said the wrong information was on the scoreboard, no one had suggested that it was a nefarious move on the part of the Patriots until Brown hinted there was something else going on. Speaking with 94 WIP Radio in Philadelphia, Brown was asked if the Patriots did it purposefully in hopes of gaining an advantage, Brown replied, “I don’t think you can rule anything out in New England,...
Bruins forward Nathan Horton was not on the ice for the team's morning skate Tuesday, and according to the Boston Globe will not play against the Capitals due to a mild concussion.
Horton suffered the concussion in Sunday's win over the Flyers, as he was hit in the second period by Tom Sestito and did not return to the game. It is Horton's second concussion since June.
With Horton out, Zach Hamill is expected to be inserted into the lineup, with Rich Peverley likely taking Horton's shifts on the first line.
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Dale, Michael and Jerry dig into the details of this draft for the Patriots with ESPN's Mike Reiss.
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Giardi and Price break down how the teams in the AFC East altered their futures after the NFL Draft weekend.
Danny Ainge joins Glenn and Christian to explain the Celtics draft process; and he also discusses the trade rumors that permeated the night.
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Joe, Tim, and Lou talk with Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts after his walk-off RBI single propelled the Red Sox past the White Sox 8-7.
Mut recaps the Red Sox 8-6 loss to the White Sox.
Mut recaps the Sox 3-1 loss in the series opener against the White Sox.
DJ and Pete continue to assess the season that was for the Bruins and look toward the future for the franchise and how they can improve.
DJ and Pete are together for the final Sunday Skate of the season. They get into their overall thoughts on the season, the Bruins keeping Claude Julien on as head coach and the end-of-season press conferences last week. They discuss the rebuild process, what the Bruins need and how they can obtain it. Plenty of callers have their own theories and opinions on all of these topics as well.
Butch is joined by two-thirds of the Sunday Skate show in DJ and Pete. The guys discuss the problems with Bruins including leadership and grit, who should stay and who should go and if Claude is to blame.
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Jackie MacMullen talks about Jaylen Brown, the Celtics thought process, and what may happen in Free Agency.
Glenn and Christian discuss last night's underwhelming draft by the Celtics
Dale Holley and Thornton talk NBA draft.
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Laroy Streat comes back at it again! Talking the Celtics Draft and his take on the Celtics 3rd Draft pick. Catch Laroy every friday with the Dale & Holley Show 5:45- 6PM.
Former Celtics General Manager Jan Volk joins Kirk Minihane for a discussion that any Celtics fan will love. Kirk and Jan talk about the legendary 85/86 Celtics and how the team was constructed and of course the decision to draft Len Bias and his tragic death.
Kirk Minihane sits down with John Tomase to talk about the current political landscape, John's desire to write about social issues, and of course Spygate is discussed.
Kirk Minihane is joined by one of his radio heroes, Artie Lange. They discuss everything from Artie's comedy career, his time with Howard Stern, his issues with drugs and prostitutes, and the comedy show to benefit slain Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr.
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