|+||The team also has a long tradition of fan-produced [[event program|programs]], sold outside the arena and providing an often biting, sarcastic and vulgar alternative to team/league produced periodicals. The longest-running fan publication, the ''Game Night Revue'', was created by a group of fans in the mold of the [[Chicago Blackhawks]]' ''Blue Line Magazine''. It operated for 10 years, from 1994 to 2004, when its owner decided not to resume the magazine after the [[2004-05 NHL lockout]]. After hockey resumed in 2005, a new publication, [http://www.stlouisgametime.com St. Louis Game Time], was formed by several former ''GNR'' staffers, as well as other fans who wanted to write. Priding itself on prospect coverage and a strong presence on the Internet, ''SLGT'' has built a loyal following among fans and even several players.|
first made the blues page on may 7th entered by wikian chicosbailbonds
my favorite edit since then was the subtle changing of " providing an often biting, sarcastic and vulgar alternative " to the much nicer sounding "providing an often biting, sarcastic, humor filled alternative". one man's humor is another man's vulgarity, literally proved!
check out the blues wiki page today for current version, and the sneakyness of a direct gametime link (generally linking a fan site without an edit war is like pulling teeth, so kudoes for the slip in without arguements).
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