An exciting announcement from The Nation Network and how it affects the Leafs (coverage)
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By Jon Steitzer2 years ago
Good news everyone, especially those of you looking for even more Leafs coverage and hockey coverage in general.
The Nation Network have asked me to be the messenger regarding the growth in NHL coverage you’ll find both on The Leafs Nation, and other network sites, but most specifically DailyFaceOff.com.
The Nation Network will be scouring Canada looking for talented journalists they can add to DailyFaceOff.com to build out the site’s coverage of the league. Writers will be covering each NHL market, and for those of us seeking more Leafs coverage, this likely means you can count on Daily Face Off as well as The Leafs Nation to give you even more Leafs than you’ve already been getting from us. The site will feature some of the best writing, podcasts, and hockey video content you will find on the internet.
Many of you are already using DailyFaceOff.com which is the best resource for current line combinations, starting goaltenders, injury updates, and anything you could require as far as fantasy hockey goes, but over the next few months we’ll see the site completely take off from where it is today, to not only be a great resource for fantasy hockey, but to turn it into a leading content hub for hockey writing, podcasts, and video.
Now what does that mean for what you’ll get at The Leafs Nation as far as coverage goes? Well, you’ll continue to see our writers explore topics that are often outside of the day to day news of the team, but likely more of it. You’ll get an enhanced experience, your Leafs news faster, and in more places as Daily Face Off and The Leafs Nation will be highly integrated. You’ll see us with a revamped look to our site, and you’ll also see fewer ads.
It looks like we’re in for some very busy, but very exciting months here at The Nation Network, and some of the exciting changes have already begun. The addition of the Daily Faceoff Rundown podcast featuring Frank Seravalli and Jason Gregor, the addition of John Scott’s Dropping the Gloves podcast to Hockeyfights.com, and the continuous enhancements that have been made to PuckPedia.com are just the beginning.
None of this would be possible without the continued support of our audience and for that we thank you. We look forward to showing you an even more exciting product in the future. In the short term, the Leafs winning tonight would be nice.
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