ABOUT US: TAKING A RUN AT HOCKEY

Bill Heintz has been reporting on hockey for almost 40 years, both in print and on radio. He has interviewed hockey icons such as Wayne Gretzky, Vlad Tretiak, Anatole Tarasov, Johnny Bower and Gordie Howe.

He spends time between southern California and the western mountains of Mexico.

Ron Spence is a free lance journalist, who has been covering the NHL for the past two decades.

12 responses to “ABOUT US: TAKING A RUN AT HOCKEY

  1. Thanks for the link and the kind words. Best of luck with the new blog!

  2. Hi,

    great blog, we’d like to add you to our directory of fan blogs. email me if you are interested in participating!

    Jamie

  3. Hallo
    i have a boy eleven year play hockey in Sweden
    3 year allready ,from Thailand ,Team FOC Farsta Stockholm i think one day he play in Thailand team because he very good
    the name Sam Nonsanthia number 35
    best Per

  4. Great blog Bill, love the bit about not being able to hold down a job. Looking for a little street cred? I’ve got a job for you that you’d be great at!
    Go Canucks!

  5. Thanks for adding QuantHockey under your Hockey Research links. A link back will follow in a few days when I find the time.

    All the best!

  6. Thanks.
    And we found one of your stats tables very useful for an article that we wrote on goaltending during the 1920s.
    Cheers, Ron

  7. My name is Mike and I run http://www.NHLsnipers.com. Just curious if you would like to swap links.

    Let me know in a quick comment on my site or email me: nhlsnipers at gmail.

    If so, send me the link you want listed.

    Thanks

  8. Hey how can I get in touch with either of you guys? Was curious what your blog plans are for the upcoming season. Drop me a line when you can. Thanks!

  9. As always Ron Spence nails what every Canucks fan is thinking right now…… excellent blog

    FHD

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