A HUGE Thank You!
As everyone out there recovers from a weekend of parties, food and college football, I’d like to take the time to say thank you to everyone who read this blog. What started as a hobby exploded into something much more, as the site gained 10,000 views this year alone. Whether you’ve read The Devils’ Den once or a hundred times, it’s been a great experience. Thank you all for continuing to support the site.
In the coming year there will be changes to the site’s design, content, etc. I hope to keep this growing and keep improving throughout the year. If you have any suggestions, you can send suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are the top five posts from the past year:
After the New Jersey Devils signed Ilya Kovalchuk, I explored the real cost – including fines, draft picks and players – that Kovalchuk cost the Devils.
Before Burns passed away last year, there were false reports of his death throughout Canadian television. The ex-Devils coach fired back, giving TSN’s Bob McKenzie a profanity-laced response to the report.
These series of schedule preview posts, done during the off-season, were a favorite for many readers. This one in particular looked to the Devils matchup with the Canadiens this season. So far, Carey Price has exceeded my expectations.
This post discussed the proposed changes to the NHL Network and my belief that it was a positive transition. So far, many of the changes haven’t taken place. But they’ll be things to look forward to in the coming year.
In this post, I took a look at the importance of the Devils’ position in the Eastern Conference playoff race. Ah, the good ol’ days.
Once again, thank you for reading and supporting The Devils’ Den!