The return of live blogs

Friday night the Silvertips have their first road game of the season, when they travel to Vancouver to take on the Giants.

And once again this season I’ll be conducting live blogs during Everett’s away games.

What that means is for about three hours there will be a community of fans here on the blog commenting about the game, the team, and whatever else comes to mind. The game starts at 7:30 p.m., meaning the live blog will open at 7:15 p.m., and it will continue into the postgame. The first 25 commenters will be unmoderated, meaning they can post at will without needing my approval of the comments.

The live blogs have always been a nice way for interacting with me and other fans, so I’m glad I’m able to provide them for another season. I look forward to seeing you tomorrow night.

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