Every Wednesday night I play two hours of ball hockey, then head to the pub for a well-earned pint or two. It makes for a late night and s a result I am usually feeling pretty foggy on Thursday morning when the alarm goes off. That foggy feeling only gets worse as the day progresses, and as a result I find my writing suffers. With questionable writing talent to begin with I feel it would be unfair to my readership (if I have one) to inflict upon them my sleep-deprived ramblings. Instead I’ve decided to start a new feature here at HockeyHermit.com, called Around the Rink. I’ll post links to the ramblings of some of my favorite hockey bloggers. Here is this week’s Around the Rink:
Puck Stops Here over at Kukla’s Korner weighs in with his take on whether or not Ilya Bryzgalov deserves to be a Vezina trophy candidate.