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Franklin Steele has been with Bleacher Report since 2011, and has been a featured columnist for the Detroit Red Wings, Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins during that time span. He's been the NHL's most-read writer on four separate occasions and has covered everything from the draft to the Stanley Cup Final.
He is currently a featured writer at FanRag.com and the San Jose Sharks writer for HockeyBuzz.com. His work has also appeared on: Yard Barker, Rant Sports, FanSided.com, BleedinBlue.com, TheRichest.com and BlaesofTeal.com.
Feel free to reach out to him at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter.
Glad to hear from you, Franklin! Loved your last article. So we're only a few weeks away from the best time of year...who do ya got? I don't see how anybody tops Boston in seven games, but the West is much more of a cluster. Should be fun!
Love what you have been doing on the Blackhawks beat despite the fact that the Winged Wheel is likely tattooed on your heart. Keep up the good work!
You failed to put Marcus Kruger on a starting line .... are you serious ????
Hi Franklin. 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.
Of course, your articles are always a good read.
No problem, Franklin. It's understandable since, technically, it all used to be one country.
This isn't even opinion-based. You left out fighters that are CLEARLY at the top. McGrattan, Engelland, and Bordeleau are three of the best along with Orr. You should have consulted members on Hockeyfights.com or a similar site before writing this.
I'm sorry, but you should do your homework before doing an article. The article about hockey fighting isn't even close to being correct.
I thought your slideshow was great, it was my pleasure. I'm glad to see that it's already generating quite a few reads.
Thanks for the props on the AD reference, Frank. I always try to capitalize when the opportunity presents itself.