As we enter into August, and Marc Staal being the only pressing need for Glen Sather, who has had a pretty successful offseason excluding the Boogyman hiccup, now would be a good time for everyone to get to know the Blue Seat Blogs staff. This information can be found in the About section of the blog. Contact information is on the right. Also, you can view the contact information, and posts by each of us, on the right.
Dave founded Blue Seat in December 2008, pretty much at the whim of a friend (thanks Becky) and some severe boredom during the winter months. That’s probably not the best way to start a blog, but hey, it worked. As Blue Seat grew, Dave was asked to contribute to Puck Prospectus, and was the lead hockey writer on Stalking Steve Phillips (RIP). In addition to Blue Seat, Dave contributes on a regular basis to Blueshirt Banter.
Dave can be reached via email here, or via Twitter here.
Jeremy joined Blue Seat Blogs before the 2009-2010 season. Jeremy is a veteran blogger, whose works have been published in numerous popular publications, such as the Chicago Sun-Times and AOL. In addition, Jeremy has been featured on ESPN’s SportsCenter. Along with Blue Seat Blogs, Jeremy writes for The Blog of Champions, a sports and political blog, and is the site editor of GiantsGab, one of the foremost New York Giants blog.
Jeremy can be reached via email here, or via Twitter here.
Jurgenno88 – Christian – joined Blue Seat Blogs in the 2009-10 season. A rookie blogger based in the UK, Christian was a main writer for UK Sports website nasports.co.uk as well publishing on several German football websites and writing in MMA publications. A huge fan of the Giants, Rangers and Knicks, Christian jumped at the chance of joining Blue Seat Blogs and is part of a new website focusing on New York sports – from a UK perspective - beginning in August.
Chris/Jurgenno88 (Confuses himself sometimes!) can be reached via email here, or via Twitter here.
Stas / Mike Axisa:
Every now and then, you will see a post by Stas. Stas helped get the site off the ground in the beginning. A hefty work schedule limits his posting, but you will see a few posts from him occasionally.
Mike Axisa of River Ave Blues also posts occasionally. Mike also helped get the blog off the ground in the beginning, posting several links from RAB. As you can imagine, Mike is very busy running the best Yankees blog out there, but he will generally post big news when Jeremy, Jurgenno, or myself are unavailable.