Entries with the tag: Paul Kukla
In a recent blog on XM 204’s NHL Home Ice Channel blog, host Mick Kern went back in time and looked at the predictions he made before the 2009-2010 season started.
I found these two predictions to be the most intriguing:
- bloggers for the Detroit Red Wings and Washington Capitals will continue to show their complete ignorance of the game of hockey � HALF RIGHT. That one was for fun. Red Wings’ fans ignored it, and continued to show why they and their team are a class act. Some, and I stress SOME, Capitals’ fans took the bait, which only proves the point.
- except for Paul Kukla, who, unfortunately for him, will have at least two of his hockey viewing parties crashed by Rossy and Mick � GIVE IT TIME.
Our fearless leader, Paul Kukla, participated in the First Annual Internet Hockey Summit presented by Curtis Tudor of Crash the Crease.
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From Paul Kukla at NHL.com:
One thing I had not really grasped until a few days before UFA Day was Twitter. I really had no time to figure out exactly how it works and what I did know was I would have to filter the hockey news flowing in from Twitter since many people like to tell you what they are doing throughout the day.
I don’t want to know that a hockey fan in Philadelphia is at an ice cream store. I don’t care that you just took a shower and I really have no need to see a picture of your dog playing dead.
What I want is hockey news as quickly as possible and Twitter does provide that if you know where to look. It is much quicker to type “Pronger traded to Philly” and post that on Twitter than it is to post it as a news story on one of the reputable hockey Websites or blogs.
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