Sam Fels (@RealFansProgram)
Sam Fels is the Writer and editor of whatever the hell this is. He lives in Chicago with only his imaginary friends and broken dreams. He’s a native Chicagoan, wasting a good portion of his youth at Taco Burrito Palace #2. He graduated from Emerson College in Boston in 2003. He has lived in Boston, Leeds in the UK, and Los Angeles, but knows he only belongs here. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt McClure (@Matt_McClure_)
Matt McClure is the managing editor for this fair website, Faxes from Uncle Dale. A graduate of Bradley University and its storied D-II club ice hockey program and an IT director by trade, he can be reached at email@example.com for any questions or concerns regarding the functionality of this site.
Fifth Feather (@FifthFeather)
Prior to joining this collection of unwashed hooligans, John was the founder of FifthFeather.com – a site dedicated to smarter hockey analysis and bad puns. After three years of running his own site, John found it was much easier to be the wind beneath Sam and Matt’s wings and became part of this site. The Hawks also went on to win the Cup two times in three years. Surely, no coincidence. Despite being totally fine with using his birth name, Sam still refers to him as Fifth Feather. He can be reached at FifthFeather@gmail.com.
Andrew Cieslak (@AndrewCieslak)
Andrew doesn’t really understand how he got here or why he’s allowed to comment on anything. That said, he’s honored to be a part of the best hockey blog he’s ever known. He enjoys High Life and music and is actually much nicer than you’d think. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The former head of cyber division, Matthew Killion is a writer, editor and the founder of the website that has eventually morphed into what is now Faxes from Uncle Dale. He apologizes for that. Although not a native Chicagoan, Matthew first became a fan of the Blackhawks due to the brilliance of Jeremy Roenick in NHL ’94 and it has only become worse since moving to Chicago after graduating college. He can usually be found at The Whirlaway for most games… actually he can usually be found there even if there isn’t a game on that night. Feel free to email him any time at email@example.com.
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