Pouliot, Ference, Paille all 'day-to-day'


Pouliot, Ference, Paille all 'day-to-day'

WILMINGTON, Mass. -- Defenseman Andrew Ference (lower body) and forwards Daniel Paille (upper body) and Benoit Pouliot (lower body) were all missing from Wednesday's Bruins practice at Ristuccia Arena.

And even though Ference and Paille both skated before the team's 35-minute session, Claude Julien still termed them as doubtful for Thursday's game against the Buffalo Sabres.

"Well they skated for the first time today, on their own, so that's a good sign," said Julien. "They're still, again, day-to-day, which I would say doubtful for tomorrow. Unless something miraculous happens in the next 24 hours. But, they're obviously getting better. And we don't anticipate them being out too long."

Julien also called Pouliot day-to-day, but didn't rule him out for Thursday's game.

"He's day-to-day," said Julien. "We kept him off the ice today. Again, it's more of the precaution part of it. We'll see how he feels tomorrow, and make a decision based on whether he's feeling good, better, or whether he can go or not."

Wednesday's Red Sox-Rays lineups: Ramirez gets night off


Wednesday's Red Sox-Rays lineups: Ramirez gets night off

Hanley Ramirez is getting a night off as the Red Sox look for their third straight win against the Rays tonight at Tropicana Field.

Travis Shaw will play first base, with Brock Holt at third.

Tonight's lineups:

Dustin Pedroia 2B
Xander Bogaerts SS
David Ortiz DH
Mookie Betts RF
Jackie Bradley Jr. CF
Sandy Leon C
Brock Holt 3B
Travis Shaw 1B
Andrew Benintendi LF
Rick Porcello P

Logan Forsythe 2B
Kevin Kiermaier CF
Evan Longoria 3B
Brad Miller SH
Matt Duffy SS
Logan Morrison 1B
Steven Souza Jr. RF
Corey Dickerson LF
Bobby Wilson C
Matt Andriese P

Update: Stork contemplates retirement in wake of trade to Redskins


Update: Stork contemplates retirement in wake of trade to Redskins

When word leaked this morning that the Patriots would release center Bryan Stork, the first question that popped to many people's minds was: "Couldn't they have traded him?"

Well, hours after the news broke, they apparently did:

And a few minutes later, Ian Rapoport came through with more information:

But now, as reported by CSN Mid-Atlantic's JP Finlay, the deal might not happen:

Stay tuned.