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This is almost as much fun for the Google translation as it is for the actual article. Translated from the original French, a comment on the world of NHL hockey blogging from Jean-François Bégin at La Presse:
Of all the owners of team of the national League of hockey, Ted Leonsis is indisputably connected the most on the world of the Internet. That is explained easily: the landlord of Capitals of Washington made fortune at America Online, of which he remains vice-president. One thus should not be surprised that Capitals were one of the first teams of the LNH to recognize the emergence of a new source of information for the amateurs of hockey: blogists. In November 2005, Leonsis was until inviting a bloguor, Eric McErlain, to attend with him a match of the Capes, in its cabin of the MCI Center.
Continued... Read more about those Hockey Blogists in the Cabins!

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