It's been one crazy first year on the blogging scene, but if you're new to this site, here's what you missed since October 20, 2008:
[October 20, 2008] Apparently I did not revise posts back then to correct grammar mistakes.
[October 30, 2008] Believe it or not, Alexander Semin and Thomas Vanek are, in fact, the same people.
[November 10, 2008] I erroneously report Chris Cooley attends his first hockey game. Yahoo! Sports links..AOL Fanhouse links... Japers' links... and my credibility drops from 0 to -837656.
[November 11, 2008] I almost make up for it by finding a helluva stat about the fourth line.
[November 18, 2008] Don't let Ryan Getzlaf get a multi-point game.
[November 29, 2008] I find out that this is not 2005 anymore and that I can't quit life and make a steady income off Google Ad Sense. Damn Joel Comm, you were so convincing!
[December 6, 2008] Waaaay too many (former) Ohio State players playing for the Caps. Must. Sign. Wolverines.
[December 7, 2008] In Hershey to watch the Bears play against guys like Anisimov, Del Zotto, and Bobby Sanguinetti. The prospect analysis could not be
[January 17, 2009] I accept a position with The Hockey Writers. Now I can quit life and make a steady income blogging.
[February 21, 2009] After hours of mindlessly shooting up Liberty City in GTA IV, I seriously found someone who looks exactly like Alex Ovechkin. Go look right now, that's him. Seriously.
[February 22, 2009] If you ice the puck when you are up one goal with five seconds left in the game, you probably won't lose. Probably. Go Bears.
[April 16, 2009] Jeff Schultz does not appreciate being selected to be punched in the face.
[June 24, 2009] Uncle Ted likes the blog.
[July 17, 2009] Brett Flemming is selected as the first hockey player to ever be interviewed by myself. Congrats Brett!
[July 23, 2009] First of many awesome Caps license plates.
Thank you for all for visiting the site, I really appreciate it. Here's hoping 2010 will be as fun as 2009 was.