Social media is a big part of our online lives these days. The Stanley Cup Final wouldn't have been nearly as enjoyable for me if I hadn't been able to express my admiration online for Tim Thomas' incredible play between the pipes and my disappointment in the biting and the unnecessarily dirty and dangerous play that went largely unpunished by the NHL.
But this is not a column about how poorly NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman runs the league. This is about my community of Facebook friends and the interaction we had during the games. I like the NHL. As proof, I clicked on the Like button for it on Facebook. Sometimes, I’ll even post a comment on something the NHL posts. And I’m a member of the Chicago Blackhawks LinkedIn group, too. I get a lot of great information by being a part of those online communities.
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And if you want to talk hockey, I’m already counting the days until next season’s prospect camp and the training festival.