When Edmonton Oilers blogger Tyler Dellow helped bring the infamous Colin Campbell email incident to light last season, one of the by-products of his research and effort was a discussion that scrutinized the evolving relationship between bloggers and the traditional media.
At the time, one of the most outspoken and critical of this relationship was the Toronto Star's Damien Cox. In a feature that ran on The Score, Cox had this to say (hat tip to Broad Street Hockey for the transcription):
"Part of what concerns me about what I see is that there's an irresponsibility and no consequences. "I can say whatever I want about anybody and I don't even have to put my name on it." I can't see how that's good."
Odd. I'm sure many fans and bloggers will feel the same way when the PHWA ballots are cast and we're left puzzled; attempting to piece together who egregiously omitted someone from with his or her ballot. Since the PHWA does not publicize how each of its members has voted, we're ...