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Gordon Hayward is now a member of the Boston Celtics, and we are all excited to see how the No. 1 team in the Eastern Conference last season checks out with a newly revamped roster. Of course, Boston has been the subject of much media attention after signing Hayward and trading Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Kyrie Irving. Meanwhile, Hayward has written a new blog post on his personal website about the summer, taking on such subjects as the move to Massachusetts, video games, and what to expect this season.
0:41 - DJ Bean says that the Bruins have the same chance as winning a championship as the Celtics do this season. Everyone else disagrees. 5:38 - Michael Holley, Kyle Draper, and DJ Bean discuss rookie QB’s going up against Bill Belichick, and talk about Brandin Cooks' first two games as a Patriot. 10:00 - Chris Sale gets the 300th strikeout of the season because John Farrell let him go back out in the 8th inning. Was that the right decision? 14:57 - Albert Breer joins BST to discuss if the Patriots offseason was actually overrated.
BOSTON – With all of the talk about young forward prospects Anders Bjork and Jake DeBrusk, it would seem that Austin Czarnik wants to serve a reminder that he can play a little hockey too. For the second year in a row, the 24-year-old diminutive forward is putting together a strong start to his training camp with a multi-point performance in a 4-2 exhibition victory over the Detroit Red Wings Tuesday night at TD Garden. MORE BRUINS: Brad Marchand: New NHL face-off crackdown "an absolute joke." Young forwards answering the challenge so far in camp Czarnik finished with a penalty-shot goal, two points and tied for the team-lead with four shots on net while playing with the energy, skating aggressiveness