The Cup

Is there any other sporting trophy even remotely as grand?
Imagine having your name tapped into it’s silver base.
Harold Sanderson had it right when, still wet with the beer from the 1970
Bruins Cup celebration, he glanced at son Derek and said, “The Stanley Cup, sort
of a passport to immortality, eh?”

About the Curator’s Corner

Richard Johnson’s “Curator’s Corner” is  where you will find videos featuring Richard and Sports Museum Executive Director, Rusty Sullivan, discussing Boston sports history, as well as blog posts written by Richard himself.

Long before the National Basketball Association morphed into today's multi billion dollar international conglomerate that trails only FIFA in global scope it struggled to survive in outposts like Fort Wayne Indiana, Providence, Rochester and Syracuse.
Patriots legend Gino Cappelletti kicking a football
Gino Cappelletti was one of, if not THE greatest football player and goodwill ambassador not enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Kevin Garnett Holding his hands out to the Side of hi
The force of nature, the human laser beam that is Kevin Maurice Garnett had an immediate and palpable effect on not only the personnel of Boston Celtics and TD Garden, but the entire city of Boston in the autumn of 2007.