Yesterday in Washington, for the fifth time in the last two seasons, the Bruins stared elimination in the eyes and smacked it upside the head.
The Red Sox celebrated a big anniversary over at Fenway today, but no one's said a word about April 20's other historic sporting event.
That's why I'm here.
I'm willing to bet that Sean Williams gets a little run tonight when the Celtics tip off in Atlanta, if for no other reason than because the C's don't have anyone else.
Fenway Park has seen a hell of a lot of history over these last 100 years.
Just in case you thought a couple hours might go by without a new piece of 100th Anniversary drama, Curt Schilling has finally chimed in.