by Patrick Hoffman on 09/10/09 at 10:42 AM ET
Like the rest of the hockey fan and blog world, Scotty Hockey, a blog devoted to all things New York Rangers is busy getting prepared for the start of the season. He was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to answer a couple of questions for us.
PH: How does it feel to have the Ranger season so close to starting? What are you looking forward to the most?
SH: It feels fantastic to know that in a few days I’ll be back walking into MSG, going through my time honoured routines and seeing old friends again. I’m looking forward to all of it - it’s hockey, man. Can’t be beat.
PH: Will you be implementing any new features to your blog, Scotty Hockey, during the 2009-2010 season?
SH: I’m not planning on any new features at this time, just the usual previews, opinions and reactions. I’m hoping to head to the Winter
Classic for the third straight year but that may fall by the wayside if my dream of a trip to Vancouver for the Olympics comes to pass. We’ll see.
PH: Can you give us a brief look at what you expect from the Blueshirts this season?
SH: Hmm, this is a loaded question and one that can hardly be encapsulated and explored here. Basically the usual hope, anxiety, heartbreak and redemption (to one degree or another) that comes to pass every other season.
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