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Kukla’s Korner Born From the Lockout

Following up on an earlier post today, here is another article from Jean-François Bégin at La Presse:
A few, like Paul Kukla... make a living from rehashing the hockey news they cull from a litany of sources, while adding their own thought on the subject. A former ad sales man for a Detroit radio station, Kukla, 50, was taking care of his ill mother when he launched the precursor to his current blog in February 2005, while the lockout was in full force. "I did it because even here, in Detroit, we weren't being informed on what was happening in the dispute between owners and players," explains the Wings fan who saw his first game in the old Olympia stadium in 1961. One and a half years later, the man who describes himself as a "search professional" works 70 hours a week on his site, which he updates several times a day.
Read the entire article here (via Google's translator). Or go to James Mirtle's site for a proper translation. *The original French is here.

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Paul Kukla founded Kukla’s Korner in 2005 and the site has since become the must-read site on the ‘net for all the latest happenings around the NHL.

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