What Would You Like To Ask Greg Wyshynski ~ Puck Daddy??

What Would You Like To Ask Greg Wyshynski ~ Puck Daddy??

By TSM

Continuing our series of 20 questions with a media member, Greg Wyshynski, has agreed to take “our” questions.

“Greg Wyshynski is the editor of Puck Daddy. A former managing sports editor for The Connection Newspapers, he’s written for Deadspin, AOL Sports and is the author of “Glow Pucks & 10-Cent Beer: The 101 Worst Ideas in Sports History.” Born and bred in New Jersey, living in Northern Virginia.”

So, ladies & gentlemen, boys and girls, what would you like to ask Greg Wyshynski AKA Puck Daddy but have never had the chance to do so????????

Happy Friday….

TSM

COMMENTS

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    Bob Rayne 2 years

    Greg, what do you think the NHL will look like in ten years?

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    Chuck 2 years

    Do you think the NHL will try to incorporate in the next CBA a provision to ban trading injured players to avoid bottom feeders from circumventing the cap floor?

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    Adam 2 years

    In your time around the Caps, who was the biggest jerk? Anecdotes welcome.

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    Adam 2 years

    What do you miss most and least about living in DC?

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    Alex 2 years

    Favorite Joel episode and favorite Mike episode?

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    Darrell 2 years

    Assuming you (Greg) started in this business through sports freelance writing – what advice would you (he) give for further developing into the hockey writing game?

    I am a freelance sports writer and wanting to get into this career long term.

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    Trevor 2 years

    Do you enjoy writing about hockey as you do now or would you ever see yourself focusing on the strictly the business side of the sport?

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    Bobby Digital 2 years

    With TSN’s money behind it, why is Bardown so awful?

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    Rob In Aurora 2 years

    …..I got nothin’

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    koko b. ware 2 years

    In hindsight, would you have selected a nickname more in line with hockey (eg. Winnsie, Skeezer or Gregger) instead of one that makes you sound like a colleague of Ron Jeremy?

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    Jacob 2 years

    You have worked with Sportsnet before, what is your thought on print journalists signing up to the big networks and becoming focused on multi-platforms? Would you ever be interested in doing that?

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    Wysh, are those trade deadline pants going to the HHOF?

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    RobInAurora 2 years

    I finally thought of 2 questions: 1) where the heck is Bob Mackowycz? and 2) why is Gareth Wheeler being given non-soccer related air time on TSN 1050? – Especially the 9 to noon slot.

    …The Fan 590 is busy teeing it up for TSN by bollocksing up their own lineup – and TSN can’t find their golf clubs.

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    yaz 2 years

    Why do you live in Northern Virginia?

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    Nanaman 2 years

    Is there any resentment or less credibility given to you by members of the Canadian media because of your citizenship?

    Do you ever wish you were originally based in Montreal or Toronto (wherein you would probably be a household name)?

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    Marcus 2 years

    From your perspective, how has hockey changed as an entertaining sport to watch from the post-dynasty 90’s to the present time?

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    Sam in Scarb 2 years

    Can only assume that Greg Wyshynski has either passed away or has stiffed you….

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    Trade deadlines are a selling point for non-playoff teams and a time for playoff teams to make a push with a few tweaks to their line-up.You don’t build for the future here.You do it during free agency in the off season.

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    Clifton, Etobicoke 2 years

    How are the Tim and Sid ratings? Super curious. Somebody have the numbers for us lowly peasants who don’t have access?

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    Frank 2 years

    Who fired Harrison Mooney?

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    Sam in Scarb 2 years

    @ Frank…That would have been his boss Mr. Cheever.

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    Rating Guy 2 years

    The two hours of Tim and Sid are averaging about 65,000 total viewers so far.

    That number also includes the monster Canada Day Blue Jay holiday lead in.

    If you remove that number then Tim and Sid are averaging about 56,000 viewers

    To put it in some context the 6pm hour of connected that was replaced for Tim and Sid averaged 57,000 viewers Jan-July this year.