Legends Boston with Bob Lobel

Legends Boston with Bob Lobel

Boston Legends from the Bruins, Patriots, Celtics, Red Sox, New England college teams, and more sit down for unique interviews with sportscaster Bob Lobel.

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May 13, 2022 18 min

Gino Cappelletti. An original member of the Boston Patriots in 1960, Cappelletti was involved with the Patriots franchise as a player, coach, and broadcaster for 51 years. He was inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame in 1992.  #GinoCappelletti #LegendsBoston #NewEnglandPatriots #patsnation #patriots #legendsboston @patsnation Gino Cappelletti - Patriots player, coach, and broadcaster classic interview with Bob Lobel

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Gino Cappelletti. An original member of the Boston Patriots in 1960, Cappelletti was involved with the Patriots franchise as a player, coach, and broadcaster for 51 years. He was inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame in 1992.  #GinoCappelletti #LegendsBoston #NewEnglandPatriots #patsnation #patriots #legendsboston @patsnation Gino Cappelletti - Patriots player, coach, and broadcaster classic interview with Bob Lobel

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M.L. Carr talks about Red Auerbach, the Boston Celtics, Rick Pitino in this classic interview with Bob Lobel.

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Johnny Bucyk "The Chief" and Bruins legend. From the vault this classic interview with Bob Lobel. Number 9 talks about his Ukrainian heritage, the nickname "Chief" and Stanley Cup victories.  

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It's a classic Boston Marathon episode featuring Bob Lobel's interview with Greg Meyer. Meyer tells the story of being the last American to win the Boston Marathon prior to Meb Keflezighi's win recorded in 2014.

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The classic Bobby Orr interview with Bob Lobel. Number 4 talks about the early days with the Bruins, his book, hockey rules, living in New England and reminisces with Bob about their old TV campaign for a Boston bank. Legends Boston. Sports Legends New England. LegendsBoston.com 

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From The Vault. Recorded at a cafe table with the sounds of the Boston streets on a summer day. Former Boston Red Sox catcher Carlton Fisk talks to Bob Lobel about the 1975 World Series, playing with Jim Rice and Fred Lynn, Cooperstown, the Baseball Hall of Fame, the rivalry with New York Yankee Thurman Munson, and growing up in New Hampshire.

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A classic interview from the vault Dave Cowens the former Boston Celtic player and NBA head coach. Cowens spent most of his playing career with Boston and was the 1971 NBA Rookie of the Year and the 1973 NBA Most Valuable Player. Bob Lobel talks to Dave about the NBA and his career.  

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Troy Brown talks to Bob Lobel about playing for Coach Belichick, Drew Bledsoe, the NFL, concussions, and what it’s like after leaving the game. Recorded at Patriots Place in Foxborough Massachusetts.

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