Found February 15, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Mark Messier
As we all know, there are a lot of terrific hockey bloggers out there. One that has really become one of the best this season is Katie Baker of Katie was kind enough to take time out of her busy schedule to tell us about how she got into hockey, how she became a hockey blogger, how she got the hockey blogging gig at and more. PH: How did you get into hockey? KB: I was in fifth grade during the parallel playoff runs by the Knicks and Rangers in 1994 and that’s really one of the things that got me hooked. Basically every night for like three months there was either a big basketball or hockey game on, and that’s when I started listening to WFAN and begging my dad to bring home the Post and New York Times every day from the office. As the years went by I got even more into hockey thanks in part to the growth of the Internet—IRC, Usenet, etc—which connected me with other fans. PH: Growing up, who was your favorite team/player? Why? KB: Rangers. I loved Br...

Kreider Lights It Up in Beanpot Final

Rangers 2009 #1 Chris Kreider scored a power play assist and had a short-handed assist as Boston College defeated Boston University 3-2 in overtime in the 2012 Beanpot Final last night.Jim Cerny adds that Glen Sather, Jeff Gorton, Jim Schoenfeld, Gordie Clark and Mark Messier all attended the game....anyone still want to trade this kid for Nash? I didn't think so....lots of talk...
NHL News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.