Friday, April 13, 2012
Ceremony to take place during National Anthem.
As the Boston Bruins will take on the Washington Capital’s Saturday, the playoff game will be even more special for the Norton Police Honor Guard who was selected to present the colors during the National Anthem. “We really lucked out in that we sent a letter offering our services, hoping to get a game this year or more likely next,” said Norton Police Sergeant Jacob Dennett. “As it turned out [they] were just beginning booking for the playoffs and it worked out.” Dennett will join Norton Police Honor Guard members Pat Mahoney, Dave Schepis and Charles Turcotte. “It’s the first time we've ever done a Bruins game, nevermind a playoff game,” Dennett said. The puck will hit the ice 3 p.m. in Game 2 of the opening round of the Stanley Cup …
Sunday, January 1, 2012
As we say hello to 2012, Patch editors are looking back at the events of 2011.
What is our best Boston sports event in 2011? Here's a clue they are named after an animal and are a wicked cool bunch. Usually, our editors are the ones asking the questions for the New Year's weekend, but we're turning the tables a bit. We've been asked for our top picks in movies, books, songs, person of the year, event of the year and best Boston sports moment. In round three, we give our top Boston Sporting event of 2011. After reading ours, please share yours with us in the comment section. Kelly Glista, Norwood Patch Editor-The Bruins winning the Stanley Cup, no contest. It shifted the attention of fans who were previously unexcited about hockey, it gave the already loyal fans a renewed hope, and was celebrated with one of the …
Friday, June 17, 2011
Your region roundup of news for Friday, June 17.
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Let us know where you would take the trophy if it comes to Norton.
If the Boston Bruins decide to take the Stanley Cup on the road, don't you think it should make a trip to Norton? Let's us know in the comment box where you would take the trophy in Norton.