Boston has seen its share of memorable and crazy sports moments.
But c'mon... even by Boston standards this past week has been downright nutty.
Dan Shaughnessy joined UNO Sports Tonight to discuss the madness.
The Bruins were staring a Stanley Cup Game 7 in the face before the Blackhawks scored two goals in the blink of an eye, ending the series and the season.
Aaron Hernandez is sitting behind bars, facing the very real prospect that he may be there for a while, and the even more likely prospect that his football career is over.
Doc Rivers is in Tinseltown and the Celtics are looking for the coach who will lead them through a rebuilding phase.
Speaking of rebuilding, the Celtics prospect of a difficult 2013-2014 season became more likely when two of the greatest players in franchise history - Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett - were traded to the Brooklyn Nets.
And hiding behind all those headlines sit the Red Sox.
"You have the first place baseball team on a pace to win 96 games, can't get noticed no matter what they do," says Shaughnessy.
Do you think this has been the craziest week in Boston sports history?
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