Daily Noontime: Monday, January 20th, 2020

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By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeNation 

Happy Monday, everyone – hope you are ALL staying warm on this VERY chilly and cold morning here in Boston!

We’ll try to warm things up (and make it feel like Miami this morning, which is currently 70 degrees) with our first ‘Daily Noontime’ on a Monday.

As usual, have a great day, smile, and make sure to be careful while walking and driving today!


The Boston Sports Weekend Recap


The Noontime Headlines (and Links!)

  • The 54th Super Bowl for the 100th season of the National Football League (NFL) is set as Kansas City Chiefs will square-off against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, February 2nd at 6:30 p.m. in Miami, Florida. Get some insight on the game, as well as who is the favorite, courtesy of Esten McLaren. (USA Today)

  • Former NFL cornerback Darrelle Revis called out Richard Sherman following the conclusion of the NFC Championship game last night. (NinersNation.com | SB Nation)

  • The San Francisco 49ers “have reportedly requested to wear their all-white 1994 throwback jerseys” when they compete against the Chiefs in the Super Bowl. (Sports Illustrated)
  • NESN’s Doug Kyed revisits the New England Patriots‘ decision to trade Jimmy Garoppolo two years ago to the 49ers for draft picks. (NESN.com)
  • Monday’s Celtics-Lakers match-up will have Green and White fans thinking about what their team could have looked like with Anthony Davis in the line-up. (Boston Globe)

  • The Kansas City Chiefs will be competing in their first Super Bowl since 1970 when they defeated the Minnesota Vikings(New York Times)

Video of the Day: The Brandeis University men’s basketball team scored an exciting win on Sunday, defeating No. 3 Emory University at the buzzer

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Noontime’s Take: The Bruins Provided Us With Some Entertaining Hockey This Spring

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By Matt Noonan | @MattyNoonz11 

By now last night’s Stanley Cup game seven setback to the St. Louis Blues has officially set in for all of us. And it is a tough pill to swallow.

Waking up this morning was not as easy as it was yesterday – we were all excited for a seventh game, as well as the post-game celebration that would extend deep into the night and early this morning.

But instead, myself, along with other devoted Boston Bruins fans, were treated to a sight we may have not expected, a Blues victory, which included players, coaches, and various personnel skating around the TD Garden late last night celebrating the franchise’s initial championship.

And while St. Louis is certainly not singing the blues today, Boston is mourning a loss for a team that struggled to convey to reporters what exactly this setback means to both them and their fanbase.

Hearing stories from the locker room of players weeping to those that struggled to string together enough sentences for reporters certainly made me sympathize for them, but also made me realize how lucky we were as a fanbase to cheer on a dedicated group of hockey players for the past two months.

The Bruins captivated our attention every day by scoring impressive wins over the Toronto Maple LeafsColumbus Blue Jackets, and Carolina Hurricanes. We also celebrated some exciting wins against the Blues, as well, including a 7-2 thrashing in the third game, which provided Boston with a 2-1 advantage.

But our hometown team’s five-goal route was quickly forgotten a few days later when St. Louis rallied to win both games four and five, which ignited an early celebration for numerous Blues fans this past weekend. And while St. Louis was eager to begin a long-awaited celebration on Sunday, they were instead forced to wait an additional 72 hours before popping champaign due to Boston’s game six victory.

St. Louis will celebrate this win every day this summer, as well as think about it when they reconvene for the start of the National Hockey League‘s (NHL) 2019-20 season.

The loss to the Blues will resonate with us all for days, weeks and months, but the good news is another season will be here before we know it.

In the meantime, we have the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots to help us cope with a disappointing finish, along with with Anthony Davis trade talk, too – hello, Boston Celtics fans. And of course, there is the World Cup, as well, but we will certainly miss our mid-week and weekend hockey games that meant something.

We will have games that mean something again soon, Boston Bruins fans. And when they do mean something, you, I and others will gather around the television eager to cheer on our beloved hockey team to victory.

No matter how you cope with this particular loss, just know one thing, it was a heck of a run and a fun season. And despite the outcome, I am eager for more hockey.


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Daily Noontime: February 5th, 2019

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Julian Edelman and the New England Patriots will be celebrating a sixth Super Bowl championship on Tuesday in Boston. (PHOTO COURTESY: Sports Illustrated)

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports 

Happy Tuesday, everyone!

It feels like spring here in Boston, which is AWESOME, but it is also ideal weather for a championship parade, too. The New England Patriots will be boarding Duck Boats shortly to celebrate their sixth Super Bowl championship.

So, before we head out to celebrate with Tom BradyJulian Edelman and everyone else, let’s dish out a brand new Daily Noontime for Tuesday, February 5, 2019.

Have an awesome day, everyone – get outside, too!


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In Case You Missed It (ICYMI)


Video of the Day: Julian Edelman has always been a figure to watch during Patriots championship parades.

Daily Noontime: January 31st, 2019

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It’s going to be COLD in Boston today, Thursday, January 31st, 2019. (PHOTO COURTESY: Farmers Almanac)

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports 

Greetings, everyone, and welcome to a frigid Thursday here in New England where it feels like 10 or 15 below outside our window! But luckily, warmer weather is on the horizon as it is supposed to be close to 60 degrees next week, which would be ideal for a New England Patriots championship parade!

Anywho, in honor of a brand new day, here is a brand-spanking new Daily Noontime – stay warm, everyone!


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In Case You Missed It (ICYMI)


Video of the Day: In honor of the arctic blast, here is a song we are dancing to in the Noontime Sports office today (hint: it may be a song from Disney’s Frozen!).

Daily Noontime: Jan. 30th, 2019

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By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports

Happy Wednesday or as the Geico camel says, “It’s Hump Day!”

Yeah, we love that commercial – who doesn’t?

Let’s enjoy Wednesday even more with a brand new edition of the Daily Noontime – be good, everyone!


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In Case You Missed It (ICYMI)


Video of the Day: In honor of Wednesday, here is a remix of our favorite ‘Hump Day’ commercial, enjoy!