Share Your Favorite Hockey Writing From 2014

The website Cold Takes has created a platform where baseball writers can share their favorite piece they wrote in 2014. I think this is a great idea and wanted to create something similar for hockey writing.

There is so much great content out there these days that I have trouble keeping up with posts by my favorite writers, let alone those whose work I am less familiar with.

Do you write about hockey and have a particular piece you wrote about in 2014 that you’d like to share? Cool, add it to the Google Doc below. Do you like reading about hockey? Cool, click the Google Doc below and check out posts people have shared.

But first, just a couple guidelines

1) Please only add something if you’ve written it. If there’s something you think should be shared that you didn’t write, encourage the author of that article to add it. Some may call it shameless self promotion. I think it’s great to be proud of something you wrote and you should want to share it with as many people as possible, especially considering the vast majority of writers do this in their free time for little or no income.

2) Please only add one article per person. Part of the reason I think this exercise could be helpful is that people can read articles they may have missed. One article per person will help cut down on any potential clutter.

So, here’s the Google Doc. Hopefully this can serve as a resource for us to share and read some great posts from 2014.

About Pat Holden

Pat writes regularly about hockey on Brooks Laichyear and Russian Machine Never Breaks. His work has also appeared on and The Washington Post. You can follow him on Twitter at

Posted on December 22, 2014, in hockey. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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