Podcasts: Beantown Banter Ep. 8: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

We are back this week to unpack an eventful weekend in Boston sports. Starting with the good, we break down the Bruins weekend sweep over the Maple Leafs and the Golden Knights. Going into the bad, we discuss the Celtics 1-4 road trip. As for the ugly, we dive into what was an ugly loss for the Patriots at the hands of the Titans on Sunday. We end the show with some MLB free agent speculation, a rant on the Revolution, and discussion on the Jimmy Butler trade.

0:00 Bruins sweep the weekend back-to-backs, first line is unstoppable

13:46 The Celtics have been very sloppy, 1-4 on the road trip

22:27 The Patriots threw up a dud against the Titans

35:55 MLB hot stove speculation, will the Yankees really get Bryce Harper?

39:39 Brady goes on a rant about the Revolution

42:41 The Philadelphia 76ers acquire Jimmy Butler

Author: Patrick Donnelly

Patrick is a freshman studying journalism at Boston University’s College of Communication. A graduate of Malden Catholic High School (’18). Patrick is a huge Boston sports fan and avid golfer, his favorite teams and athletes include, the Boston Bruins, the New England Patriots, Rory McIlroy, and Tiger Woods. Co-host of the podcast, Beantown Banter, at WTBU Sports. Covers the PGA, NHL, and Boston Bruins in columns and is a Women's Hockey beat writer for WTBU Sports. Formerly co-hosted podcasts and wrote for the blogs, 617 Sportsnet, Beantown Sportshub, and Game Time Sports Network. He aims to one day be a sports-talk radio host in Boston. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @PatDonn12.

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