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A bit of an announcement


I'll be taking over as hockey manager at SB Nation.

SBN Hockey Roundtable Part 2


I took part in a 2 hour roundtable chat with Joe Fortunato, Cassie McClellan, Dirk Hoag, Derek Zona, and and moderated by Brandon Worley. Injuries, suspensions, and Kovalchuk were among the discussions. I'd like to note the chat was before the 3-1 loss to Colorado on Saturday, hence my comment about the Devils not losing two in a row. Incidentally, Part 1 is here.

The state of the blog


Bit of a tough post to write. What's been funny the past few weeks is that, when I talk to people about the work I'm doing covering the Leafs, one of the questions I often get is: "What about the...

2008 and 2009 Community Numbers of In Lou We Trust


In the recap for the 4-0 dominating performance by the New Jersey Devils over the Dallas Stars, ILWT user Devil_Hard_Core raised this issue in the comments: But a podcast would be very...

FTR's top commenters


SB Nation dropped its writers a note today with some blog statistics for 2009, and included in that was a list of the top commenters for every site on the network. Here are From The Rink's: Most...

A change in the SBN front office


In cased you missed it, there's been a switch-up at SBN Hockey: We've got a new GM moving in as I'm stepping into a Silver Fox like advisory role to let Brandon Worley of Defending Big D take...

Welcoming 'Anaheim Calling' and friends


I don't know how much you all cruise the other SB Nation hockey sites, but I wanted to introduce a few new additions: Anaheim Calling is now a dedicated Ducks blog (Battle of California continues as a hybrid of singular Ana/LA/SJ and even Dallas views). Also, I neglected to formally mention it when it happened, but if you didn't notice, Gabe at Behind the Net -- my go-to for a lot of "advanced" stats perspective has moved his daily blog to SBN at BehindTheNetHockey.com. Lots of interesting questions there as the stats-oriented crowd tries to make numeric sense of this chaotic game.

The new SB Nation homepage


In case you missed it, the blog network this site is a part of launched its new homepage earlier this week at sbnation.com. I highly recommend following the day's news over at the NHL hub.

SB Nation: Season 2


What do you think of SBN so far and what else would you like to see on the network? How do you think the transition has gone from Blogger to here and how do you think hockey blogging in general can...

Mobile commenting, easy re-tweeting enabled


Some quick site business: Don't know how many of you access Lighthouse Hockey via mobile phone, but the tech team behind SB Nation has launched an update that allows you to submit comments from your phone. Probably something that's more common in-season when actual games are being played, but save that in your quiver. They tested a lot of phones and browsers, but if you have trouble on yours, please let them know at support@sbnation.com. They've also added a one-click "re-tweet" icon to each post. In case you're on Twitter and want to pass a post on, that loads it with the short URL for you. Enjoy! Or save for later. I have to say one of the many cool things about blogging here is the imaginative, always-responsive tech team. They rock just a tad.

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