As the world changes, technology is slowly taking over.
Every day we get more and more players from the NHL who sign up for Twitter.
Some players do it to get followers while others voice their opinions. These players are just people like you and I and they just want to connect with people.
The following list is of my ten favorite players to follow. Follow me @WOLFGANGSports
Matt Duchene is a newcomer to twitter.
In his short time on the site, he has already figured out that people want tidbits of your life and they want to see how you live.
Duchene comes off like a regular kid that made it big.
Mike Green has just over 100 tweets and is fun to follow.
He uses Twitter to bring fans into his life, shows you how he feels about games and tells you what's going on with the Capitals.
Matt Moulson hasn’t done Twitter for long but he is already picking up on how it’s done.
Moulson can be funny or serious but he has really started to develop as a fun player to watch on the site.
Steve Sullivan has less than 100 tweets but he is making up for lost time.
He likes to talk about the previous games and how the locker room feels.
That’s what people want from a pro athlete.
Showing people inside the workings of a team makes a player seem more human to a fan.
Eric Fehr has over 300 tweets so far and makes it a point to try to address some of his fans.
He has been fun to follow because he tends to bring you into his life a lot more than some pro athletes.
With over 400 tweets, Schremp was one of the first NHLers to get into the Twitter craze.
He is funny at times but really likes to put his own spin on what he says.
He has been fun to follow.
Scottie Upshall is more than willing to use Twitter.
He likes to send greetings to friends and chat with fans. He also likes to chat up the ladies.
Upshall can be funny as hell and serious at other times.
Roenick was entertaining on the ice and he hasn't disappointed on Twitter either.
He uses the site to reach out to fans and let people know how he feels about hot topics in the NHL and around the world.
Almost 500 tweets makes you a big star on Twitter.
It will be fun to see how he brings the fans into his move from Anaheim to Toronto.
The greatest athlete on Twitter ever!
The man says some of the most graphic things in the world and makes you laugh every time.
If you don't laugh, then you take life too seriously! See for yourself if you don't think he's disturbed.