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BOSTON - MARCH 22:  Marc Savard #91 and Dennis WIdeman #8 of the Boston Bruins celebrates after scoring against the New Jersey Devils at the TD Banknorth Garden on March 22, 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty Images)
RadioBDC Sports: Beanpot and Bruins
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Strap on your skates and grab your stick: Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe is here, as he is every Wednesday, to talk hockey. We recapped Monday’s Beanpot and talked about a surging Boston Bruins team that might consider a reunion of sorts in the coming weeks. More

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RadioBDC Sports: Golf Pants!
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Don’t worry, Boston sports fans: soon we’ll all be donning pants like Bud Collins, rooting for the Red Sox, and looking forward to another Patriots season with Brady leading the charge. Better, warmer days lie ahead, and Eric Wilbur has plenty to say on both the Pats and Sox. More

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RadioBDC Sports: Patriots-Broncos preview
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No, Eric Wilbur from Boston.com wasn’t in Denver after all. But he did have plenty to say about Papa John’s, sports journos, and this weekend’s AFC title game. And as always, he’s presented by Cross Insurance, the official insurance broker of the New England Patriots. More

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RadioBDC Sports: Loui Eriksson?
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Seriously, though: Loui Eriksson. Do you keep him and overpay him? Trade him? Let him test the market? Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe shared his thoughts on the Bruins forward, as well as the team’s solid play as of late. More

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RadioBDC Sports: Brady-Manning XXXVIII
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OK, so my Roman numerals are a little off. Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will meet for the 17th time in this weekend’s AFC Championship game. I talked to Chad Finn about the game and why the national sports media typically shows so much love to Manning and so little to Brady. More

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RadioBDC Sports: Upper body, lower body
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Learned sage Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe quickly (and cheekily) put to rest the age old question: what the hell constitutes an “upper body injury” or a “lower body injury” in the NHL? We also talked about the current lackluster Bruins road trip. More