The city of Boston released details regarding the parade that will honor the Bruins on Saturday. The route will begin at TD Garden at 11 a.m. and work its way through the city, beginning on Causeway Street. The team will travel on duck boats past City Hall Plaza and the Common before ending at Copley Plaza on Boylston Street. (Click here for a pdf of the route.)
Parking restrictions across the city will be heavily enforced in the vicinity of the closed-off parade route, and fans are strongly encouraged to use public transportation. To accommodate the celebration, vehicular traffic will be banned along the parade route beginning at 9 a.m. until the conclusion of the parade at about 1 p.m. (Click here for a full list of road closures.)
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The Red Sox have moved the time of their game on Saturday against the Brewers from 1:10 to 7:10 p.m. because of the Bruins' parade. The celebration will take place at 11 a.m and is scheduled to conclude in Copley Square around 1:30 p.m. Gates will open at 5:40 p.m. on Saturday with a limited opening on Yawkey Way at Gates A and D at 5:10 p.m.
The Sox also announced that they will honor the Bruins before Sunday's game.
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NBC analyst Pierre McGuire was a guest on The Big Show on Thursday and he noted that as the Bruins were inching closer toward capturing the Stanley Cup on Wednesday night in Vancouver, there was a major difference between the two benches. "There were definitely chemistry issues on one bench," McGuire said. "Coaches overreacting. I thought in the case of Alain Vingeault when the frustration set in, and the composure and the focus and basically every one of the Bruins players acting as coach. It was really an interesting dynamic to witness."
He added, "When you have a knockout game and things start to go south in a hurry, guys just deviate from the plan and you could sense that. You didn't see the same Vancouver Canucks team in the third period that you saw in Games 1 or 2 or Game 5 when they were in Vancouver."
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Jacoby Ellsbury will miss his first start since April 19 when the Red Sox take on the Rays and lefty ace David Price Thursday night. Darnell McDonald, a right-handed bat who hasn't played in the majors since May 25 after heading to the DL with a quad injury, will take Ellsbury's spot both in center and at the leadoff spot in the Boston lineup. Mike Cameron also starts in right field over J.D. Drew against Price. Clay Buchholz will get the start on the bump for the Red Sox.
Here's the Red Sox full lineup:
Darnell McDonald CF
Dustin Pedroiia 2B
Adrian Gonzalez 1B
Kevin Youkilis 3B
David Ortiz DH
Jed Lowrie SS
Carl Crawford LF
Mike Cameron RF
Jarrod Saltalamacchia C
Clay Buchholz SP
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According to a story by ESPN's Marc Stein, Celtics assistant Lawrence Frank interviewed with the Pistons for their head coaching job on Wednesday. Frank is also considered a finalist for the same position with the Raptors, along with Dallas assistant Dwane Casey.
Former Hawks coach Mike Woodson was the first interview in Detroit. Former college coach Kevin Sampson, who has served as an assistant with Milwaukee since leaving the college game, is also expected to interview, as is Casey.
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