Blue Seat Blogs was created in December 2008 and is an unbiased blog about the business of hockey and the New York Rangers. Five people contribute to make Blue Seat one of the best Rangers blogs on the web:
Dave founded Blue Seat in December 2008. A rookie blogger at the time, Dave has quickly become a respected blogger amongst Ranger fans. As Blue Seat grew, Dave was asked to contribute to Puck Prospectus, In addition to Blue Seat, Dave contributed on a regular basis to Blueshirt Banter, but left BB in 2011.
Chris joined Blue Seat Blogs in the 2009-10 season. A blogger based in the UK, Chris 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, Chris 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.
Justin joined Blue Seat Blogs during the 2011-2012 season. Prior to coming on board, Justin co-founded MAC Goaltending, a goaltender development company. Justin specializes in goaltender analysis; stemming from his time with MAC Goaltending, and his time playing US Junior hockey and NCAA Division I Junior hockey. Having this much goaltender experience gives Justin a hands-on view of the goaltender position, which could be the most under appreciated position in sports.
Kevin joined Blue Seat Blogs following the conclusion of the 2011-2012 season. He has previously written for Blueshirt Bulletin, HockeyProspect.com and Inside Hockey. Kevin has been playing and watching hockey as long as he can remember and he founded the roller hockey team at Syracuse University..
Becky joined the staff in 2013 after being a longtime supporter of the blog. After finding her passion for hockey in 2008, she started putting her college sports journalism work to use with the blog, focusing on opinion and around the league stories. An avid fan of too many teams, she brings a perspective to the group to remind everybody that there is hockey off of Broadway… errr… 7th Avenue.
You can find her on Twitter here.