They do make these for all of the teams in the hunt. Prior to their whooping, I saw a MSU version.
Born and raised in Reading (12 miles north of Boston), now an OSU alum living in the 'bus. Definitely Freedom Trail and the USS Constitution. Quincy Market, as mentioned, is also a good, uniquely Boston kind of place. Definitely check out the North End; grab a pie at Pizzeria Regina's, and then go to Mike's Pastry. Walk through Boston Common, and make your way to the Back Bay/Newbury St.
There are also high speed ferries leaving out of Boston that can take you to the Cape. Legal is good, but if you have a car, head to a restaurant called The Causeway in Gloucester. Absolutely destroys Legal, and it's not even close. The best fried fish and clam chowder that I've ever had. Also, check out Rockport if you're in that general direction. It's a little town that looks like it was spit out of a Rockwell painting.
Love Looch when he's moving his feet, is emotionally engaged, and is acting like the freight train that he can be. When he isn't doing those things, he's a worthless meat head on skates.
They did earn it, which sucks to say. MTL has taken up real estate in the heads of the B's. B's need to change something up, because a synapse isn't firing (read: Marchand).
Bruins shit the bed in two consecutive close out games (to Montreal no less; feels like a Michigan gut punch). Nothing to root for until late August. Buckeye football can't get here soon enough.
As a Bruins fan, excellent usage of Rene.
This. My brother plays ball for I-AA Bryant University in RI. I love going to his games for this exact reason.
Definitely! September will be a bit nuts, but I'll make my acquaintance known at Eat, Too.
Wasn't able to catch anything remotely close to the Midwest this summer. My summer tour plans got superseded by a move back to the 'bus in August, which is a trade off I'll take.