The biggest bummer about baseball season ending is the fact that there's no game on every night to have in the background and keep me company while I'm doing work. You have to search around during the offseason.
Luckily, this is a pretty good weekend. These are still exciting times - the doldrums don't really come until late Januaryish.
The 6-4 Bruins have a fairly big game tomorrow night (as big as the 11th game of the season can be) against the Buffalo Sabres, one of the beasts of the east. This will be a tough stretch for the B's without Bergeron.
Friday night, the much anticipated Celtics season begins. The new lineup is definitely exciting - I might even watch the whole game (usually I plan to watch the whole opener, then give up after 5 minutes).
Every BC game is huge at this point because every game in college football is like a playoff, and Saturday is no exception as we are taking on Florida State at 8:00 in Alumni Stadium. It'll be on ABC.
We all know that there's a pretty big football game on Sunday in Indy.
Happy viewing to ya.
By the way
-I'll have my pictures up from the rolling rally at some point this week;
-Anyone interested in going to a Bruins game sometime later on this winter? Maybe we could even get enough people to get a group rate.