The Curly-Haired Boyfriend Strikes Again

As the Boston Globe teeters on the brink, one of its two remaining self-reverential sports columnists reminds readers that he ran out of new material years ago. 

The Bruins looked invincible winning Game 1 of this series, but now they are in a tie and home ice is lost and they’ve given hope to the lost boys and girls of the Hartford Whalers Booster Club.

Anybody got an eight-track of “Brass Bonanza”?  (Dan Shaughnessy/Boston Globe)

Feel free to listen to Brass Bonanza if you care to read the rest of the CHB’s regurgitation of old material.


About Gerry

I've been covering Connecticut news and sports since 1974. I know, I don't look that old.
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3 Responses to The Curly-Haired Boyfriend Strikes Again

  1. Wasn’t there a Boston mayor name of Curly? Whatever.

    He ran out of new material years ago? There’s a lot of negative things you can say about Boston, but with the Sox, the Patriots, the Celtics and the Bruins – not to mention club ulimate frisbee – there is certainly no shortage of material.

    The only shortage of material in Boston is the material they make Red Sox uniforms out of. At last count, the Hose had more uniforms than Fenway Franks has hot dogs.

    But that’s another story. Another one the curly haired guy missed.

  2. Bill says:

    Thanks, Gerry! Anybody have the old New Haven Nighthawks theme?

  3. Kevin says:

    lol, Gerry so true. Shaughnessy is simply awful, same old tired act pointing out the obvious. I swear to God that exact piece ran 10 years ago.

    Bill, did the Nighthawks really have a theme? I used to go to games as a kid, and don’t remember it for some reason.

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