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DAVE D'ONOFRIO
THE OBJECTIVE is obvious in Foxborough today: keep the healthy players uninjured, and try to help the injured players get healthy. There's not much else that can be gained or lost in the...
ANDY SCHACHAT
IF THIS were the Grammys or the Oscars it would be the moment you have all been waiting for. Since it is neither, it is probably just a moment. Regardless, it is time for me to hand out my "Best Of"...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
Christmas came early for the Patriots this year, the flush-faced deliverer of presents this year being Andy Dalton, the quarterback whose Bengals dealt the Broncos a fourth loss on Monday night, and...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
After New England wrapped up another AFC East championship by beating Miami a couple weeks back, among a number of football circles there was an ongoing debate about who has been the Patriots' most...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
The easy assumption would be that New England was lacking big plays on its Sunday visit to MetLife Stadium. Except big plays are exactly what won the Pats a 17-16 decision, a first-round postseason...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
TODAY'S MEETING at MetLife Stadium is almost certain to be the last time Rex Ryan will face the Patriots as head coach of the Jets, an aspect to an otherwise unspectacular game that has been played...
EDITORIAL
The Manchester Memorial boys' hockey team blanked Trinity 4-0 on Saturday night at Sullivan Arena in Goffstown to improve to 2-0.
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
AFTER TOPPING the 40-point plateau for the fifth time this season on Sunday, not only have the Patriots scored a league-high 442 points, but they're once again on an historic pace.
The Santos family of Bedford, from left, Zoe, 9, dad John Santos, Camden, 6, Jori Santos, 12, and John Santos Sr., of Marion, Mass., have their photo taken with the Stanley Cup by Manchester Monarchs photographer Steve Babineau, not pictured, during the Cup's visit to the Monarchs' game Saturday.

Thumbs-up for Ebert's winner

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Nick Ebert doesn't score game-winning goals very often, but he collected one Saturday. Ebert, a defenseman, blasted a slap shot past goaltender Jeremy Smith 2:15 into overtime to give the Manchester...

Weekend of divisional foes for high-flying Monarchs

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Offense hasn’t been a problem for the Manchester Monarchs this season.

Schaller sent back to minors

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The Buffalo Sabres assigned four players, including Merrimack's Tim Schaller, to the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League on Wednesday.

Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand (63) is surrounded by defenseman Zdeno Chara (33) and center Patrice Bergeron (37) after scoring a goal against the Nashville Predators during the first period of Tuesday's game.

Bruins stop Predators, 5-3

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The Boston Bruins hit their Christmas break with a 5-3 victory over the Nashville Predators on Tuesday night.

In this image taken from video, Buffalo Sabres forward Tim Schaller is congratulated by teammates on the bench after he scored his first NHL goal on Sunday night.

Merrimack's Schaller living the NHL dream

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Growing up, Tim Schaller spent many nights at the TD Garden watching the Boston Bruins take the ice. Sunday night, the Merrimack native returned to the Garden, this time as a member of the Buffalo...

Mersch

Monarchs Scouting Report: Michael Mersch

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This week's scouting report features left wing Michael Mersch.

Merrimack's Schaller scores first NHL goal, but B's get win

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In a heartbreaking 4-3 overtime loss to the Boston Bruins Sunday night, Merrimack, N.H., native Tim Schaller had a career highlight with his first NHL goal for the Buffalo Sabres. Schaller, 24, was...

Monarchs squeak by Bruins

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Manchester got goals from five different players and went 3-for-5 on the power play in the Monarchs' 5-4 win over the Providence Bruins on Saturday night at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester.

Thumbs-up for Ebert's winner

Thumbs-up for Ebert's winner

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Nick Ebert doesn't score game-winning goals very often, but he collected one Saturday. Ebert, a defenseman, blasted a slap shot past goaltender Jeremy Smith 2:15 into overtime to give the Manchester Monarchs a 3-2 victory over the Providence Bruins at...

Schaller sent back to minors

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The Buffalo Sabres assigned four players, including Merrimack's Tim Schaller, to the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League on Wednesday.

Weekend of divisional foes for high-flying Monarchs

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Offense hasn’t been a problem for the Manchester Monarchs this season.

Bruins stop Predators, 5-3

Bruins stop Predators, 5-3

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The Boston Bruins hit their Christmas break with a 5-3 victory over the Nashville Predators on Tuesday night.

Merrimack's Schaller living the NHL dream

Merrimack's Schaller living the NHL dream

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Growing up, Tim Schaller spent many nights at the TD Garden watching the Boston Bruins take the ice. Sunday night, the Merrimack native returned to the Garden, this time as a member of the Buffalo Sabres.

Sports

Dover's Parratto a national champion

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Dover product Jessica Parratto captured the women's 10-meter gold medal saturday at the USA Diving Winter National Championships in Columbus, Ohio.

UNH’s Sean McDonnell says he learned a lot coaching at Memorial, then West.

John Habib's City Sports: McDonnell remembers his coaching roots

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WHEN Sean McDonnell received his second Eddie Robinson Award this week as the Football Championship Subdivision national coach of the year, it only validated what many in our city already knew about him for many years. And that is, this man is truly one of the top college football coaches in the nation.

NHIAA Boys' Basketball: Brown paces Pelham victory

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The Pelham boys' basketball team looked good in its home opener and first Division III game, winning 56-45 over Campbell of Litchfield on Tuesday night.

FCS recruiting

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Participating in the FCS playoffs isn't all good for the schools involved. There is at least one drawback, and that's recruiting.

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