Boston Bruins legend Harry Sinden has decided to step down as president of the team.
He is now the senior advisor for Jeremy Jacobs, owner of the Boston Bruins. You can click on the link and read the article if you're interested, however it isn't a must.
In other Boston Sports news, the Boston Celtics announced today that team captain and five time all-star Paul Pierce had successful elbow surgery.
This is good news. We need Paul Pierce to score 30 a game or else the Celtics won't even be able to have a season with only 30 wins. Without Pierce, the celtics would probably win 14 games all season. (Don't get all in my face about this, I know they won 33, however I wanted to use a round number.)
Also in sports news, NFL owners voted Roger Goodell to be the next NFL commissioner
after Paul Tagliabue retired earlier this year.
Also in sports news, Maurice Clarett proves once again he is an idiot.
Have a nice time in Jail Maurice.
Also in just regular news, congratulations to Ned Lamont for winning the Connecticut Democratic senate primary.