In the second installment of ‘Don’t Toews Me, Bro,’ Rob Morgus explains why the Sharks should be looking forward to the return of their diminutive fourth line center, no matter what this blog may have said in the past.
Hey sports gods, we need to talk.
Rob Morgus not only has a familiar last name, but is the latest addition to Obstructed View Sports. He will be writing the Don’t Toews Me, Bro blog going forward. He Comes from a splintered but promising writing background and will be covering all sorts of stuff as a columnist for Obstructed View Sports. I e-mailed with Rob to give him a chance to tell us what exactly he is doing here.
Let’s welcome Obstructed View Sports’ newest columnist, Austin Grill. This is Austin’s debut as a writer, but he is a true hockey guy who follows the league closely and should be able to contribute to the team. I caught up with Austin and asked him a few questions so that you could get to know hip before his first column goes up later this week.
Welcome to the new Obstructed View Sports
As you can see, there have been some fairly major changes to Obstructed View Sports.com. The bar has been raised. My game has been stepped up. We are in the big leagues now. No more of this bush league blogspot garbage. We are a website now. Nay, a web empire.
So, welcome. Let’s call it Obstructed View Sports 2.0. Some of the changes are self explanatory, others less so, so let’s just run through all of them so that you can get a lay of the land on the new Obstructed View Sports.
We are already through the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament (TWO, NCAA, that was TWO rounds. Play in games DO NOT count), and the Big East tournament has more or less faded from memory, but I had to chime in a little bit late, because what I witnessed in Madison Square Garden (well, I witnessed it in bed, on TV, but it happened in Madison Square Garden) was a true virtuoso performance. It may well have been one of the all time greats.
Also, Kemba Walker played pretty well.
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