The 22-year-old center will play closer to home for now, but intends to resume his career with the Bruins in the future. 31 minutes ago
RED SOX NOTEBOOK
The righthander, who retired in Japan, was a character like few others and a game-ending revelation for the 2013 championship team.
With Tom Brady not expected until minicamp, Danny Etling and Jarrett Stidham will get a lot of snaps.
NBA Western Conference Finals
The Warriors got triple-doubles from Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, a first for teammates in a playoff game.
Chara, who missed Game 4 vs. the Hurricanes, appears to have recovered from whatever ailed him.
Lauda was a three-time F1 champion, winning two titles after surviving serious burns from a horrific crash.
The Professional Women’s Hockey Association said Monday the paperwork was filed Friday to help push for the creation of a ‘‘single, viable women’s professional league in North America.’’
The Blues’ forward has 12 goals in 18 playoff games.
Leonard didn’t speak to reporters Monday, but Raptors coach Nick Nurse said the star player isn’t injured, just fatigued.
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Sweeney made some shrewd moves among some missteps, but he may someday be best known as the GM who drafted Charlie McAvoy.
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The program begins Monday and Josh McDaniels is eager to see how all the new pieces fit on offense.
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Nick Pfeifer, a 2005 Newton North graduate, took over the boys’ lacrosse team from Bussy Adam, who retired after a 39-year stint with the Tigers
Quarterfinal matches suspended on Sunday will resume Saturday; MIAA makes changes to hockey tournament to address marathon games.
Team of the week
Open to students from Boston Public Schools, Row Boston is developing its current student-athletes while paving the way for its future success.
REMEMBERING JOHN HAVLICEK
Havlicek was a genuine superstar basketball player and an exemplary human being.
There was a purity to Johnny Most’s play-by-play call, said current Celtics radio voice Sean Grande.