What Was The Best Moment Of The Last Decade In Boston Sports?


December 31, 2019

What a decade this was in New England sports! As we move into the 2020s, join NESN.com in counting down the best moments in New England sports from 2010-2019. (And check out the rest of our “Best of the Decade” content here.)

It’s been an incredible run in Boston sports, and as fans, we certainly have plenty to be thankful for at the holidays.

And as 2019 draws to an end, we look back not only on the year in sports but the entire decade. When we look back, we’ll notice an embarrassment of riches over the last 10 years, starting with the Bruins’ Stanley Cup win in 2011 all the way up to the Patriots winning Super Bowl LIII in early 2019. In between, we saw the Red Sox win two World Series, the Celtics reach the NBA Finals, the B’s return to the Stanley Cup Final twice and the Patriots continuing to do Patriots things.

So, narrowing down all those moments and everything into a list of the 10 best moments of the decade was no easy task. We think we’re ready, though, and between Dec. 22 and Dec. 31, NESN.com will unveil the 10 best moments of the decade. You can follow along below on each day.

10. TD Garden goes nuts as Zdeno Chara plays Game 5 of 2019 Stanley Cup Final
9. Isaiah Thomas scores 53 in emotional 2017 playoff win over Wizards
8. Tom Brady crafts game-winning drive in KC to send Patriots back to Super Bowl
7. Andrew Benintendi’s diving catch seals Red Sox win in 2018 ALCS Game 4
6. Bruins score four unanswered goals to stun Maple Leafs in wild 2013 Game 7 comeback win
5. Boston’s sports teams help bring city together after 2013 Marathon bombings
4. James White’s TD completes Patriots’ Super Bowl comeback
3. David Ortiz clobbers game-tying grand slam in Game 2 of 2013 ALCS
2. Bruins return to glory, win Stanley Cup for first time since 1972
1. Malcolm Butler’s miracle interception seals Patriots’ Super Bowl XLIX win

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