Sunday, February 15, 2015
Blog Watching, Week Ending February 15, 2015
Third period duties for the PRMHA grad found Frank Slubowski back in shut down form last weekend, our review of his Hockey City Classic one of the more popular items of the week.
As well, with the All Native Basketball Tournament rolling through the week, we found interest in our items and archive listings picking up clicks through the last six days.
Three different LNG stories also found a level of interest from readers, as a new entry to the region with a proposal for a Terminal project, along with notes from the Pacific NorthWest LNG files found a strong audience through the week.
Leading it all off this week however, a look at twenty minutes on the frozen plains of Soldier Field in Chicago.
Frank Slubowski shines in Outdoor Hockey City Classic in Chicago -- The Prince Rupert goaltender takes control of the third period in the WMU/Miami of Ohio matchup (posted February 10, 2015)
That item was followed by:
Another LNG company outlines plans for Terminal development in Prince Rupert -- Few details were outlined as part of an application to the National Energy Board, but a company called New Times Energy has plans for the Prince Rupert area (posted February, 12 2015)
56th Annual All Native Tournament Scoreboard and Archives -- As the tournament moved through the week, viewers made frequents tops on our Scoreboard and Archive pages (posted February 8, 2015)
Pacific NorthWest LNG provides project update to Prince Rupert Council -- Pacific Northwest LNG's Tessa Gill made a presentation and took questions from members of Prince Rupert City Council on Tuesday night ( posted February 12, 2015)
A change of Leadership at the top of Petronas, as Malaysia deals with oil crunch -- We offered up a look at the changes taking place at the Malaysian owned energy company Petronas, which is the main investor in the Lelu Island LNG project. (posted February 10, 2015 )
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