Friday, October 14, 2011

Slap Shots: Red Sox, Bruins, Patriots

By Zach Baru

At Monday's sold out Bruins game against the Avalanche, there sure was a lot of gold to be seen, unused gold seats that is.

Can Boston support an American Hockey League franchise?  In Agganis Arena they can.

I'm not giving up on arena football in Boston.

If the Patriots want to find new ways to ease the traffic flow in and out of Gillette on gamedays, why don't they work with the MBTA and increase commuter rail service?

The Revolution might not have won many games this season, but one thing that was a success was the new seating configuration. 

Kuddos to John Henry, for doing the right thing and appearing on 98.5 The Sports Hub Friday.

The loss of the Celtics and Blazers, combined with a poor concert season, makes for a light schedule of events of the TD Garden through March (54).

Fenway Sports Group reaches their one year anniversary as owners of Liverpool FC on Saturday.  Now it's time to bring them to Fenway Park.  

If you're looking for sports business news on television, check out CNBC Sports Biz, Fridays at 7 p.m. on Versus.

What effect will the Red Sox public relations problems have on ticket sales next season?

In tribute to Garry Brown.

Zach Baru can be followed in Twitter @zbaru and reached at

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