Around The Hub, Jan. 18: Trade Rumors All Around Beantown

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.

Paul Pierce Rumors: Head Says "Hmmm," Heart Says NO! - Celtics Blog

On Tuesday, we got word that there were several NBA teams around the league that were calling Danny Ainge and the struggling Boston Celtics about the availability of captain Paul Pierce in a trade. Jeff Clark of Celtics Blog explains his thoughts on the matter (Spoiler: He wants 'The Truth' to stay)

Red Sox "Still Showing Interest" In Gavin Floyd - Over The Monster

With the Boston Red Sox struggling to find starting pitching help that is both beneficial and affordable, they have reportedly looked into the possibility of acquiring White Sox starter Gavin Floyd in a trade. Mark Normandin of Over The Monster explains what a potential Floyd deal would do for the Red Sox

Patriots 45, Broncos 10: Grading The Offense - Pats Pulpit

After the the New England Patriots crushed the Denver Broncos last Saturday in the second round of the NFL playoffs, we were all reminded just how good the Pats offense is. Greg Knopping of Pats Pulpit takes us back to high school to see what grade Tom Brady and company earned.

The Noon Number Jan. 18 - Stanley Cup Of Chowder

On Tuesday night, the Boston Bruins allowed five goals to the Tampa Bay Lightning in an eventual loss to the Bolts. As Peter MacKeller of Stanley Cup Of Chowder tells us in Wednesday's Noon Number, Tim Thomas and Tuukka Rask are still pretty good at preventing potential goals.

Revolution 2011 Season Grades: Forward - The Bent Musket

2011 was a really rough season for the New England Revolution in terms of scoring goals. With this in mind, Steve Stoehr of The Bent Musket is very critical of the Revs in his Report Card for the team's forwards.

Football Alum Adds To Growing List Of Criticisms Of The Boston College AD - BC Interruption

There's no mistaking that Boston College AD Gene DeFilippo is not a very well liked man. Brian Favat of BC Interruption tells us about former BC offensive lineman Steve Lively's recent critical comments about his former college's AD.

Friends With Bennies: Bearcats Blog And Cincinnati Bearcats - The UConn Blog

With Big East Conference play officially underway, the UConn Huskies will battle the Cincinnati Bearcats tonight on their home court. Andrew Porter of The UConn Blog was able to chat about the Bearcats with Bearcats Blog earlier on Wednesday about the two's matchup.

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