I was just looking for a hobby in late 2011, and I had this application on my new iPhone called Blackhawk Up that gave me all the news I needed in Florida about my favorite hockey team, the Chicago Blackhawks. In one of the publications he said that writers were needed, and it seemed like something I would like to do.
After applying twice, I finally got the call that I would join the Blackhawk Up team, and it has been a super fun trip since then. I became the editor a few months later, and made the decision to try to get as many writers as possible for the site, so that we could publish as much content as possible about the Chicago Blackhawks.
Of course, there have been some memorable nights over the past six years, such as knocking down furniture when Niklas Hjalmarsson’s third-period goal against the Red Wings in Game 7 was nullified, and then the celebration when Brent Seabrook scored the winning game in through time. Continue reading “Thank You And Farewell, Chicago Blackhawks Fans”