Tom Urtz Jr. is an avid writer with a love of sports. If you need someone for anything involving the two fields, Tom is the person you are looking for. His passion for sports writing is only rivaled by the professionalism of his work.
Tom takes pride in providing in-depth, accurate, and professional sports coverage regarding the NHL. He currently serves Bleacher Report as an NHL Featured Columnist, and the New York Rangers' Lead Writer.
Tom is a sports stats junky and is fascinated by all things regarding sports knowledge and trivia, and he hopes to become a full time sportswriter and eventually get into broadcasting because sports is a big part of his life.
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Hi, Tom. Per the B/R stylebook, any quoted material has to be properly attributed to the person providing the information by way of a citation and/or link. Always glad to help.
You're welcome, Tom! Always glad to help.
Hi, Tom. Thanks for following up. I believe that at the time I was editing it, we were still within the 24-hour mark.
No worries, Tom. For what it's worth, I just had to add "www." in each URL. Keep up the good work.
You got it, Tom! I'm here to help. Keep on writing!
Yeah you're completely correct Tom, sorry. I've just started the job and am still getting to grips with the standards! Thanks for that and my sincerest apologies.
Thanks for the clarification, Tom :)
Will Tom Urtz Jr. ask a question in his title that he doesn't answer rhetorically?
Sure thing, Tom. Where age constructions are concerned, only post-noun adjective phrases ("23 years old") are not hyphenated. Nouns ("the 23-year-old") and pre-noun adjective phrases ("the 23-year-old blueliner") are hyphenated.
Sure thing, Tom. Where age constructions are concerned, only post-noun adjective phrases such as "23 years old" are not hyphenated. Nouns ("the 23-year-old") and pre-noun adjective phrases "the 23-year-old blueliner") are hyphenated.