Around the Hub: The Lone Bummer For The Patriots and The Sox's Triple A Bullpen

Don't have a lot of time to catch up on all of today's Boston sports news? Around The Hub brings you the latest stories from all seven of our regional blogs covering the Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox, Revolution, Boston College and UConn.

Report: Koppen Broke His Ankle, Could Still Return This Year - Pats Pulpit

One of the only downers from the New England Patriots' record setting Monday Night Football win was Dan Koppen's broken ankle.

September Bullpen Struggles, Or, Why Junichi Tazawa Is Here - Over the Monster

The Red Sox's bullpen has this strong resemblance to a Triple-A team...I wonder which one?

Hitting the Links: No (Golf) Game Edition - Stanley Cup of Chowder

The Boston Bruins' rookies played an exhibition game Monday night. If you play a rookie exhibition the night of the Patriots on Monday Night Football, does anyone listen? Read up on the Bruin 8-5 win at Cup of Chowder. 

More links after the jump.

Community Rankings: 3rd Best Celtic Ever - CelticsBlog

Boston College Vs. Duke: How To Watch The Game - BC Interruption

Big East Football Power Rankings: Week 3 - The UConn Blog

Post-Game Hangover: Reflections On FC Dallas @ Revs - The Bent Musket

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