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'We're all Islander' followers

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I hope to have news in the next few weeks about a new, final relocation for this blog. It will include a new name (you know, because the "frontier" of yesteryear has been razed and paved with new...

The blogger ascendency continues

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First lest the title be misleading, let me disclaim that I have zero interest in the bloggers-vs.-print reporter war that embroils MLB coverage and often erupts in every other sport, including...

Life interrupts

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Sorry for going silent right as the Islanders' season is about to begin, what with all the storylines to follow on the Island and around the league, but life (and death) has intervened. My father...

This Frontier is now Lighthouse Hockey

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Thanks again to those of you who shared your thoughts and condolences over the past couple of weeks. Without overplaying the violin here, you should know that as I checked email for business and...

Get thee to the Lighthouse - lighthousehockey.com

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Just a reminder post for those landing here via my Google/Blogger profile: this blog has moved to LighthouseHockey.com, on SB Nation. Go there and add your own thoughts via comments and FanPosts --...

The Joy of Blogging for the NHL

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From Puck Daddy, teams are arguing over the access bloggers should have as some teams (cough Rangers cough) tend to not allow any bloggers while other teams thrive on blogger coverage. This is my favorite line According to multiple sources speaking on background, a New York Rangers blogger affiliated with SB Nation was credentialed by the NHL for the 2010 Draft in Los Angeles. The Rangers were reportedly upset at his presence because the blogger was associated with a "Fire Sather" rally in March that targeted the Rangers' beleaguered general manager. The Rangers, and other teams, viewed this as a writer "crossing over" into "irresponsible" fan behavior.

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