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Mark Jones is currently a Featured Columnist for the Carolina Hurricanes.
Jones, a Raleigh, NC, resident, joined Bleacher Report as a wide-eyed journalism newcomer in September 2008. Now, as one of the longest-running Featured Columnists in Bleacher Report's hockey community, he has generated over 1,000,000 webpage hits on a steady stream of columns over five consecutive years.
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BTW, you do an AMAZING job covering the Hurricanes!
Hey, Mark, I've been hearing some scary rumors that the Hurricanes are trying to get attendance to go down so they can relocate. What do you think of them? I know the fans would care if we had more winning seasons (Same thing Chicago, Boston and Pittsburgh experienced during their rebuilding years). Speaking of which, why don't the Hurricanes just start over? We aren't going to the playoffs with this team.
Why aren't the Canes trying to get Brandon Sutter? He has not yet re-signed with the Penguins. We should have never traded him and now we may have a chance to get him back if only the Canes loosen the purse strings.
You're of course welcome, Mark. Always enjoy a good hockey story to edit.
Hi, Mark. Sorry I wasn't on last night or earlier today to see your request. And sorry this in-depth piece slipped through without an edit for so long. I jumped in and gave it a look, so you should be good to go, but let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks, as well, for the kind words!
What was up with the Canes last night? Thought they'd be a lot better than they were with all the players they were getting back. That game was hard to watch.
Orr is way better than Gretzky
Mark, I operate ManGamesLost.com that you've referenced in the past in some of your articles. Would love to connect on Twitter and pick your brain on the NHL 13-14 season sometime.
Mark, I just saw your post about the fourth-line article on my wall now. I gave it a second edit; sorry I didn't see it sooner.
Yes it does thank you, and heres a good fact. Wisconsin had the highest TV ratings for the Stanley Cup with the exception of Illinois and the New England States