Senior staff writer and columnist

Kevin Paul Dupont

Kevin Paul Dupont reported on all manner of sports topics the past 40 years, since first becoming a staff writer in 1977 for the then Boston Herald American.

Since joining the Globe’s sports staff fulltime in 1985, he’s been a beat writer (Bruins, Red Sox), feature writer and, since 2010, he’s written an off-beat column, Second Thought, that covers a wide array of topics.

Latest stories

Bruins 4, Canadiens 1

Bruins turn back Canadiens

By , Globe Staff

David Pastrnak scored his 19th and 20th goals of the season in Boston’s third win over Montreal in eight days.

Kevin Paul Dupont | On Second Thought

Red Sox fans now can look back at 1918 differently

By , Globe staff

A century after the World Series title of that year, a lot has changed, but something is very much the same.

BRUINS notebook

Bruins look to stay hot against Canadiens

By , Globe Staff

The Bruins enter the evening with the fewest regulation losses (10) in the NHL.

Bruins notebook

Danton Heinen giving Bruins shot in arm

By , Globe Staff

The 22-year-old winger ranked fourth among first-year NHL scorers with a line of 10-19-29.