Twitter is the Place to be for NHL Fans During the Next Week

Greg CaggianoSenior Writer IJune 25, 2010

From tonight through July 1, the most exciting week in the NHL off-season will be underway. Beginning with the 2010 NHL Entry Draft tonight on Versus , we will no doubt see some moves made, that will no doubt continue leading all the way up until free agent frenzy which begins on July 1.

Twitter has enabled fans to receive from beat writers and insiders faster information than they would get by checking the official websites of their favorite teams.

Beginning tonight, I will be tweeting updates during the draft on selections and various swaps made throughout the evening. Also, for the first time in what seems like four or five years, I will be home on July 1, and will be giving as many updates as I can.

This is the place to be for hockey fans! Don't miss out!

Please follow me @gcaggiano .

Also make sure to follow these independent bloggers: @RangersTribune, @BlueshirtBanter, @BlueSeatBlogs, @ScottyHockey, @5holeblog, and @TheNYRBlog 

The real insiders: @TSNBobMcKenzie, @DarrenDreger, @tsnjamesduthie, @JeffMarek, and @TSN_Mcguire.

To get a good laugh, there is always @Eklund.

Other accounts of note include the immortal @wyshynski and the Eklund runner-up @SunGarrioch. There is also @NYRNation, @PuckCentral and the Rangers beat writers @AGrossrecord, and @stevezipay.

Please visit my blog "From New York to San Francisco" .

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