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Bruins kept fans on the edge of their seats, playing against the Washington Capitals
The Celtics began the week on a hot streak
Basketball / Hockey / Baseball
The Bruins kicked off the week with a solid 4-1 win over the New Jersey Devils at the TD Garden.
There is finally a Spring Training Report out of Fort Myers this week, where the Red Sox are busily getting ready for the upcoming season.
The Bruins smothered the Flames last week, beating them 3-1 in Calgar
After losing to the Red Wings in Detroit last week, the Bruins returned home to face the team on their home rink—only to fall to them once again 4-2.
The Celtics have been having a rough week, falling to the Charlotte Bobcats last Monday and losing a heartbreaker to the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday.
It's a wonder that Kobe Bryant was able to reach his career milestone of 27,000 points in the Jan. 30 Celtics-Lakers matchup considering how well Ray Allen was guarding him.
The rocky stretch that the Celtics have had this past week was punctuated by a lackluster loss in Phoenix against the Suns on Friday.
The Bruins have had somewhat of a rocky stretch this past week, losing 3-1 against the Tampa Bay Lightning last Monday in Florida.
The Celtics' talent shone through in the first half of their game against the Thunder in Oklahoma City last Sunday.
Kevin Garnett has always been a passionate person. His strong love for the game of basketball was especially apparent in the Celtics' game this past Tuesday in which they beat the Detroit Pistons 109-86.
The hunt for banner 18 began last Tuesday for the Celtics. They opened their regular season at the TD Garden against the Heat and beat them 88-80.
In front of a sold-out house that included Steven Tyler, the Bruins played their home opener against the Washington Capitals last Thursday.
The break is over for the Patriots as they come back from their week long break to play the Baltimore Ravens.
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