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Site Update

For thise few brave souls who have stumbled onto this site and are wondering what the status of our blog is... As of right now we are tentatively aiming for a full site launch in the Fall. It was our original intention to launch in December/January with the full content package to coincide with what we hoped would be the end of the NHL labor dispute. Unfortunately, thanks to Messers Bettman and Goodenow that didn't happen. Now we are guessing (hoping) both sides can conclude their squabbles by August or so and that we can get back to goals and assists as opposed to salary caps. In the meantime we are going to move with some deliberation towards updating and revamping the site software (with much love to resident cyber guru and fellow Tech grad and Boltprospects founder Tim) before we start to fill in the content for the site which will include new organizational rankings, draft coverage, game threads etc etc.

Chad Schnarr

[b][size=10]BIO[/size][/b] [CSV noheader unquoted sep=;] [b]Name[/b]: Chad Schnarr [b]Location[/b]: Olathe, Kansas (Kansas City) [b]Occupation[/b]: Managing Editor [b]College[/b]: Trevecca Nazarene University '96 (Nashville) [b]Birthday[/b]: 21 January 1974 [b]Birthplace[/b]: Ridgetown, Ontario [/CSV]

I grew up playing hockey in SW Ontario ... until my family decided to move to Bradenton, Florida. My last game in Ridgetown I scored 7 goals and 1 assist in a 14-1 Ridgetown win over Glencoe. I got 2nd Star in the game because my LWer had 1 goal and 7 assists. Apparently the minor hockey association was in the mood to reward the set-up guys as my LWer got the No.1 star. That was probably my best hockey moment.

Erik Murillo

Bio coming soon...

Joe Lastra

[b][size=10]BIO[/size][/b] [CSV noheader unquoted sep=;] [b]Name:[/b];Joe Lastra [b]Location:[/b];Tampa, FL [b]Bolts fan since:[/b];1992 [b]Hockey fan since:[/b];1977 [b]Bolts games:[/b];289 (through 2003-'04) [b]SCF games:[/b];5 [b]Playoff games:[/b];24 [b]All-Star games:[/b];2 [b]Arenas visited:[/b];11 [/CSV] I attended my first hockey game in Atlanta in the mid-'70s (Flames vs. ???), but I didn't really "discover" hockey until 1977, when I saw a clip on TV of the Los Angeles Kings' Marcel Dionne score a beauty of a goal after an amazing individual effort against the Detroit Red Wings. Perhaps because I'm a lifelong champion of the underdog, I actually started following the Wings rather than the Kings, although I still counted Dionne as my favorite player (especially after I found out he was once a Wing). From there I discovered Guy Lafleur, Jari Kurri, Dino Ciccarelli, John Orgrodnick and, eventually, Steve Yzerman. Living in the U.S., it wasn't easy being a hockey fan. Living in Florida, it was damn near impossible. But I was hooked.
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