The Celtics and Bruins have been by far the city's two most successful teams in recent years. Despite that, it seems most New England sports fans still meet the pair of teams with a "prove it" attitude.
For the rest of us who aren't Chiefs fans basking in the glow of a third Super Bowl title in the last five years and the berth of the NFL's latest dynasty, today is the day that we realize football goes away for seven months.
The Drive will broadcast live from Hero's Sports Grille & Entertainment Center in downtown Bangor today from 4-5:30 celebrating nine years on the airwaves of Maine's Sports Leader - 92.9 The Ticket.
We'll also have some great prizes to be won on hand! So...
If jolly ole Saint Nick could deliver you one sports wish this holiday season, what would you ask for?
With the Red Sox having met with or about to meet with Yoshinobu Yamamoto, it sounds like we could use a little help from Santa with Alex Speier of the Boston Globe reporting, "few in the industry expect the Red Sox to be able to sign" the Japanese ace...
Mainers spent $3.9 million in the first weekend after sports betting went live, and in the first two weeks averaged more than $1 million in wagers per day, with total wagers for the first fortnight tallying just under $14 million.