One of the coolest things about having several different professional sports teams in one city is that they all rally around each other and support one another. When the Red Sox won the World Series in 2007, or when the Celtics won the Finals in 2007 or just recently when the Bruins won the Stanley Cup of 2010; all the teams rallied around one another.
Now, it's the Patriots turn. Even though it's hard to believe, they are in the longest championship drought of any pro sports team in the city. Talk about a title town when the Patriots, who last won in 2005, have the longest drought of winning a championship.
On Friday, the Boston Bruins released a video via their official website to wish the Patriots good luck in Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday against the New York Giants. The video features head coach Claude Julien, Zdeno Chara, Tim Thomas, Patrice Bergeron, Milan Lucic, Brad Marchand, Andrew Ference and Shawn Thornton. Something that's worth a watch.