PSA: I Am Still Alive And Writing

JerseySenior Analyst IMarch 24, 2009

NEWARK, NJ - MARCH 20:  Martin Brodeur #30 of the New Jersey Devils tends the net against the Minnesota Wild on March 20, 2009 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.The Devils defeated the Wild 4-0.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

From my blog, Imperfect Dynasty. My writing has been scarce of late, and I would like to apologize to my readers. I've been busy, but will return to full strength soon, and will still be posting intermittently.


My bloggage of late has been nearly Turgel-esque. I'm well aware of this fact. Thanks to midterms, a WYUR shabbaton, and play rehearsal (come see me act!), I've been too busy to pay much attention to Imperfect Dynasty.

The shabbaton has passed, my last midterm is later today, and the play debuts next week, but onces that's over, Passover will begin, so it could be a while before I return to blogging consistently.

But I will do my best to post items of interest in the meantime. For now, here's what's going on:

Curt Schilling retired, and rather than host a press conference, he just announced it on his blog. I'm not against blogging, obviously, but that's a little classless. I would expect no less from Schilling. Meanwhile, ESPN announced his retirement alongside a photo of Jose Canseco. Good job all around.

Scott Clemmensen has been nominated for the Masterson Award. I do hope he wins it. Fun fact: only two goaltenders in Devils history have recorded at least 25 wins in a single season. One is Martin Brodeur, who has done it multiple times, obviously. The other is Clemmensen.

Finally, in a post about Adrian Peterson, Deadspin made the following offhand remark: "Also, there is no Batman." Uh, what? I beg to disagree. This is clearly a falsehood.