One small step…

Well, I did it. I managed to update Puck Junk once a day during December. After finishing my grad classes for the quarter in late November, I promised myself that I’d try to do a daily update for an entire month. Counting this New Year’s Day post, my streak is now at 38 straight days (Nov. 25 – Jan. 1). This is the first time that I’ve managed to write something every day.

Another first, Puck Junk has eclipsed 1,000 visits in a month, with a total count of 1,208 visits for December. I know in the grander scheme of the web, a thousand visits a month is nothing–some sites get that traffic in a day. Regardless, I feel pretty good about that.

Sure, this is not the most exciting blog post I’ve ever written. I’m still recovering from an awesome New Year’s Eve banquet. I ate too much and got to bed real late, but managed to get up just in time to see this year’s Winter Classic.

Speaking of which, it is a good thing that  Tim Thomas’ selfish play didn’t cost his team the game, eh?


Author: Sal Barry

Sal Barry is the editor and webmaster of Puck Junk. He is a freelance hockey writer, college professor and terrible hockey player. Follow him on Twitter @puckjunk

One thought on “One small step…”

  1. Such a dumb play! He redeemed himself with some really great saves, but he would've looked like a fool had his team not bailed him out last minute. Great game though!

    Congrats on 38 days of posting too!

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