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At 27, Bogaerts becomes leader for revamped Red Sox
Bogaerts finished fifth in the AL MVP voting last season and made his second All-Star team.
Bruins snap Flyers’ 9-game win streak behind Rask shutout
The Bruins are the first team with 100 points this season. Rask picked up his 50th career shutout on his 33rd birthday and became the sixth active goalie with at least 50 shutouts. He has five this season.
Celtics clinch playoff spot with 114-111 win over Pacers
Jayson Tatum scored 30 points for Boston, which snapped a 1-4 skid and is third in the Eastern Conference
Schroder’s late layup lifts Thunder over Celtics 105-104
Oklahoma City has been one of the hottest teams in the NBA since Christmas, playing themselves into the middle of a crowded fight for playoff seeding in the Western Conference.
Sale has strained elbow, pitching-needy Red Sox sign McHugh
Chris Sale tried to make the best of the latest diagnosis on his left elbow. The Boston Red Sox star won’t need Tommy John surgery — for now, anyway.
Krug scores in OT, Bruins rally past Panthers 2-1
Torey Krug scored 4:08 into overtime, Patrice Bergeron also had a goal and the Bruins beat the Florida Panthers 2-1 Thursday for their fourth straight win.
Celts’ Smart Fined $35,000 for Repeated Misconduct to Refs
NEW YORK (AP) - The NBA fined Boston guard Marcus Smart $35,000 on Thursday for his treatment of referees - a punishment the league said reflected his history of misconduct on the court.
Tatum scores 32, leads Celtics past Cavaliers 112-106
Tatum was 11 of 24 from the field, hit five 3-pointers, and had nine rebounds and six assists.
Prijovic carries Maine past Hartford 71-65
Nedeljko Prijovic had 22 points as eighth-place Maine defeated third-place Hartford 71-65
NHL-best Bruins beat Lightning 2-1 to extend division lead
Brad Marchand and the NHL-leading Boston Bruins took a big stride toward winning the Atlantic Division with a 2-1 victory against the Tampa Bay Lightning Tuesday.