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Peter Bojarinov, a native of Toronto, Ontario. Is a huge sports fanatic. After finishing school in the University of Windsor in Drama and Communications and his post-grad at Humber College in Design, he worked at Rogers Sportsnet and Woodbine Entertainment Group. Currently he works on his own ambitions, while applying himself to contract work.
He is a big fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs, and all other Toronto sports teams, as well as other professional sports teams. His knowledge of the game of hockey, and other sports is up there with his knowledge of "Yo Momma" jokes.
He tells it how he sees it, and has been known to go over the line when he feels it is neccessary.
He is also a fan of everything that is entertainment, as he continues to edit and produce videos. He currently has over 40 professional jerseys, most of which are NHL ones.
He also loves to drive his Toyota FJ Cruiser, while blasting his 12 inch Rockford Fosgate Subs to DJ Assault or DJ Godfather.
Be sure to check out his site, and hockey pool at:
My first real Atlanta Thrashers article is soon too come !
I want to apologize to the Bleacher Report, editors, writers, family, friends, and our readers.
I thought I had a few articles in the beginning that I wasn't true to myself, I will put more of my opinion in them from now on.
I'll try too, but sometimes I get lost in just a good idea, and posting it. I get too caught up in a previous thought.
Now, the real reason...
I left for way too long. I have my own NHL playoff hockey pool. When that happens, work and the pool take too much of my time. I didn't have anytime to put into a true love of speaking and writing about sports (mainly hockey). I will work to put more time into this. Though I have alot going on, I'll try.
please read, and please leave good constructive feedback, as well as comments on each issue.
Thanks again, everyone.
Hey there Peter...join us at www.tosports.ca
I actually got to see those Kovalev's amazing goals!
now that is what I call a hockey player, big time!
I am definitely going to buy his DVD just to see some more!
yeah, go kovalev!
Done! It was a good article. I tried to leave you editor feedback, but it wouldn't let me submit, so I'll just tell you here.
I just fixed a bit of formatting. Short paragraphs are always better, so just break them up a little bit in your next article.
Looked good though. Those two games were perfect examples for you to make your point.
I think we can all benefit from learning the history of hockey. For one thing, it's some cool stuff. For another, it wouldn't hurt to look backwards instead of always forwards for innovation.
Let me know if there's any history or player profile you'd really like to see. Feel free to leave me comments anytime.
Thanks for the add, appreciate it.
Hope the Leafs can pull this off..lol, either way last night, my heart was pounding when they had the goalie pulled.