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Around The Hub: Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox Keep Going And Going, Looking At The Lockout's Effect On The Patriots

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.

Sixteenth Inning Savior: Dustin Pedroia Provides Lone Run In Sixteen Inning Marathon (Over The Monster): There was a lot of baseball played in the series finale between the Boston Red Sox and Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday night/Monday morning, but Dustin Pedroia finally came through in the 16th inning to save the day.

Remember When...? (CelticsBlog): Jeff Clark at CelticsBlog kicked off a stream dedicated to remembering anything throughout the storied history of the Boston Celtics and the NBA.

A New Deal is Approaching: The Patriots' Preparation (Pats Pulpit): The lockout is almost over. But how will a new CBA immediately effect the New England Patriots? Richard Hill explains.

Read the rest of this morning's links after the jump.

Hitting the Links: 33 Days Later edition (Stanley Cup of Chowder): Did you know it's only been 33 days since the Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup? Well, now you do, and here are this morning B's links.

New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union: Live Game Thread (The Bent Musket): Check out the live game thread from last night's Revs/Union game over at The Bent Musket.

Boston College Daily Links: More On Recruit Akeel Lynch (BC Interruption): In this morning's links, Brian at BCI fills us in on BC's newest recruit, Akeel Lynch.

Andre Drummond says he won't play for UConn next season; will he ever? (The UConn Blog): Andre Drummond will not be playing for UConn this coming season, leaving some wondering if he ever will.

NFL Lockout Expected To End In Days (SB Nation): All signs point to this pesky NFL lockout ending within the week, and for all of the latest coverage, make sure to stick with SB Nation.