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Kings hire Hammond as beat writer

The Los Angeles Kings Wednesday announced the appointment of long-time Los Angeles Daily News hockey writer Rich Hammond as beat writer/columnist for LAKings.com, the club’s official website. Hammond, who will travel with the Kings full-time during the 2009-10 season, will begin providing exclusive content to LAKings.com on Oct. 1.

SB Nation: Season 2

What do you think of SBN so far and what else would you like to see on the network? How do you think the transition has gone from Blogger to here and how do you think hockey blogging in general can continue to improve?

Islanders pull plug on NYI Point Blank

Islanders Point Blank is no longer the “team-sponsored blog.” As a result, Point Blank may not be around much longer.

The NHL's new media evolution (Part I)

Kudos are in order for Brandon Worley, the Stars blogger here at SB Nation, for a great Q&A with a trio of respected NHL media in Mike Heika, Greg Wyshynski and Bob Sturm this week. All three work in different mediums — print, online and radio — and as such have different perspectives on how hockey coverage is being influenced by the web

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