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Boston: Too hot to handle


The GIST: They might have been fashionably late, but the Bruins earned a big win in yesterday’s weather delayed Winter Classic matchup. Meanwhile, the C’s kept up their own trend of blowing big leads. You win some, you lose some.

February 22, 2021
Source: Boston Bruins/Twitter
Source: Boston Bruins/Twitter

🏒Bruins: Climate change Poor ice delays be damned, the B’s debuted their reverse retro jerseys in style, defeating the Philadelphia Flyers 7–3 to earn a picture perfect outdoor win in stunning Lake Tahoe. David Pastrňák led the way with three goals, including this incredible no-look shot. Hats off!

🏀Celtics: The C’s couldn’t hold off a New Orleans Pelicans’ comeback, suffering a heartbreaking 120–115 overtime (OT) loss. Jayson Tatum netted 32 points, including this clutch basket to send the game to OT, while Jaylen Brown — who was snubbed as an All-Star starter, but is still the All-Star of our hearts — added 25 of his own.

  • Speaking of the All-Star game, Marcus Smart, who’s been out with a calf injury since January, will reportedly not return until after the NBA All-Star break. Can’t come soon enough.
  • Otherwise, the Celtics will look to rebound against All-Star starter Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. ET. Here we go.