|Do you have something to say about the NHL, or hockey in general? Are you looking for a forum where your voice can be heard? Like myself, are you an aspiring hockey writer practicing your craft? Are you looking to offer a rebuttal to the comments of professional hockey writers? Here's your chance to speak your mind! Scroll to the bottom of this page for details! But first, check out the latest submission by readers like yourself!|
I grew up in Pittsburgh.
I'm very proud that I'm from there, and I'm always willing to
tell people this, freely and without any embarrassment.
The games have been close,
the games have been vicious, the games have been long; this Stanely
Cup Playoffs has roared out of the gate. I recently was able
to get Versus and am now able to watch at least one game per
night, the girlfriend hates it, but she has had her fists pumping
up in the air after watching tough scrums and hits (particularly
Armstrong on Eaves) and her fast would go agast watching Crosby
work as hard as he does.
Hey I read the soapbox article
about the upcoming changes. I'll look forward to seeing them.
Enjoy the 2 days off - I must admit being a Flyers fan it is
a hard time of year at this point reading anything with hockey.
When I look at my hockey tickets and see that we're playing a Canadian team, one of my first thoughts is "Oh boy, we get to hear 'O Canada' sung". I think the anthem is a beautiful, simple song. While 'The Star-Spangled Banner" is my anthem, it is notoriously difficult to sing well. I delight in hearing and listening to 'O Canada'. The only way the USA could top it would be to make 'America the Beautiful' our national anthem. I can't sing that without tears in my eyes.
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Want to let your voice be heard? The rules for submission are simple. Your article can be as long, or as short, as you wish. It must be hockey-related. No profanity ("hell" and "damn" is allowable), and you must proof-read your work for spelling errors. You can use either your real name or a "pen-name" (as I do). There is no limit on the number of articles you can submit. Your articles will be read by me first before being published, however, I will clear any changes with you first. Creative control will remain in your hands!
You will not be paid for your submissions, nor will any requests for money be made by me. I'm merely providing an outlet for those of you who've wanted to try your hand at writing about hockey, or just wanted to get something off your chest regarding the sport.
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