More Professionalism by Traditional Print Media

Tyler over at The Triple Deke beat me to this by eight hours because he never sleeps, but just in case you haven't seen this yet, Robert Tychkowski of the Edmonton Sun wrote the introduction to his Oilers/Red Wings preview for tonight as such:

DETROIT — Welcome to Detroit, where the forecast, as always, is muggy, with a chance of murder.

When you’re trying to breathe a little life back into your year, this is not the place to visit. And not just because they use more white chalk at crime scenes than they ever did in the schools.

The article goes from there to actually talk about hockey and how the Wings are better than the Oilers, as though that has been in question for a while now.  I won't link the whole article because site traffic their way benefits them whether their article is fantastic, like what Justin Bourne does or absolute garbage like this tripe, but feel free to drop Robert a line at robert.tychkowski@sunmedia.ca and let him know what you think about the level of professionalism and class he chose to exhibit with this piece of writing.

No threats, please.

[Classy Update: Andy from Wings blog Fight Night at the Joe got a response from him.  Ooh, he's a defiant one.]

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