Danny Picard

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ABOUT DANNY
Danny Picard joined CSNNE.com in November of 2009, after covering the Boston Bruins for The Boston Globe's OT magazine and New England Hockey Journal during the 2008-09 NHL season. Prior to covering the Bruins, Picard worked as a sports writer for The Boston Globe and The Patriot Ledger, and has hosted sports-talk shows on 1510 The Zone and WBNW AM 1120. He's twice been named to TALKERS Magazine's "Frontier Fifty: Outstanding Talk Media Webcasters".

Picard was born and raised in South Boston, where he still resides. He is a Boston College High School graduate, and received his Bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Massachusetts - Amherst in 2007.

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    The Revolution have a huge problem scoring goals this season. They did, however, score early in the game on Sunday against the Sounders, but still lost. So what's it going to take to get them back in the win column?
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    The knock on the Revolution going into the season was that they didn't have any goal scorers. That couldn't be more true today, as they've struggled mightily as of late to find the back of the net.
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    Terry Francona is fretting over the decision to start Adrian Gonzalez in some games in the outfield during the Red Sox' upcoming road trip.
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    Aaron Rome is disappointed about the NHL's decision to suspend him for the duration of the Stanley Cup Finals, but is staying involved the only way he can.
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    Claude Julien experimented with Gregory Campbell on the power play in hopes of screening Roberto Luongo, but it didn't work out in Game 5.
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    Immediately after Game 3, the Canucks agreed that Aaron Rome's hit on Nathan Horton was late. On Tuesday, however, they changed their tune.
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    Colin Campbell, the father of the Bruins' Gregory Campbell, is happy he stepped down as NHL disciplinarian before having to rule on the Nathan HortonAaron Rome case.

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