On The Internet We Are All Experts, Seen The Replay!

Alright so it’s August and the hockey world has nothing to talk about so what do we do?

Cause drama!

There are always trolls out there looking to stir up the latest crap and those that get hyper sensitive to statements made ( I am even guilty of this); however, when a site owner goes on the attack on Twitter a line has been crossed (WARNING: adult content):


@frickindannie so, kind of like how I’m sure you’re a stuck up bitch, but I can’t meet you in real life to verify?less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply

I’m all for people voicing opinions, we all have them… just like brains though we might not always use it.

Fans of teams that are in non traditional and/or struggling markets will always be touchy when you title a post about their team and include “relocation” in it. You can not however attack people for saying:


@GeorgePrax Although I’m sure it’s nonsense, it’s too bad the website’s mobile version has no words on it… :)less than a minute ago via Yak Favorite Retweet Reply

It isn’t even Twitter where the tempers are flaring and people are going crazy because of the insane heat this summer. Readers are getting sensitive on blog post as well.

Over at The Malik Report people are going crazy in the comments over a post about Brett Lebda, Mike Commodore, bobble heads, and an airplane.

I wont even go into the stuff that goes on over in the Puck Daddy comments.

Not everyone is going to get along; however, we all need to cool down. It is only August.

There is something to be said about being able to hide behind a computer (or phone) screen and have some type of anonymity; but we are all in this together as hockey fans. As one team stuggles the ripple effects are felt around the league.

We are not even to the half way point in August even and everyone is at one another’s throats. At least wait for the puck to drop!

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