Kyle Kloetzly

Kyle Kloetzly

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Life-long hockey fanatic and die hard fan of the Detroit Red Wings. I grew up in Michigan watching guys like Steve Yzerman, Paul Coffey, Keith Primeau, Dino Ciccarelli, Mike Vernon, and Nick Lidstrom. Later on, I moved to Ohio where I was instantly hated for being a Michigan fan, but I now love the Michigan/Ohio State rivalry as if it were part of my family. Also living in Ohio has given me the chance to become a part-time Columbus Blue Jackets fan when I'm not rooting for the Wings. Above all I love hockey.

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  • Richard Bowler posted 1620 days ago

    Richard Bowler

    Check out my new article on the top 10 fantasy 1st basemen.
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/348706-top-ten-fantasy-baseball-first-basemen

  • Richard Bowler posted 1620 days ago

    Richard Bowler

    Check out my new article on the top 10 fantasy 1st basemen.
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/348706-top-ten-fantasy-baseball-first-basemen

  • Britney Milazzo posted 1945 days ago

    Britney Milazzo

    http://www.melrosemaccontest.com/vote.php
    PLEASE VOTE FOR No. 10 FOOTPLAY

  • Britney Milazzo posted 1952 days ago

    Britney Milazzo

    Hey, I just edited your Columbus BlueJackets article, but note that the spacing and font size is a little off. I'm going to keep on working on fixing it. Sometimes when copying from Word and pasting it in the BR writing format will cause some problems.

    Good article, by the way!

  • Steve Thompson posted 1970 days ago

    Steve Thompson

    Hi Kyle, Thank you for reading and commenting on my article. It's rare to hear from a Columbus fan. Let's hope this year is the year that things turn around for the franchise. Don't be fooled by the sell outs. Apparently the team is offering some sweetheart deals to get fans in. But maybe if they make the playoffs, it will finally solidify the franchise.

    It's not surprising that hockey is failing in some of the southern markets, but I am surprised that hockey is not more popular in the Ohio-Indiana area which is in the north. Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis are all failed WHA franchises and Cleveland had the most horrible attendance when the NHL tried there. The Blue Jackets must have been glad when you moved into the area.