Do you Tweet? So does Steven Stamkos now, and so does Nate "Textbook" Thompson.
"However, my advice to athletes is that one of the best ways to combat impersonation is to join the service where there is an issue and announce your presence," DeLorenzo wrote in an email. "Also, both Facebook and Twitter have impersonation policies in place that allow athletes to have the fake profiles removed. In my experience, Facebook and Twitter have been very responsive when contacted on impersonation issues."
-Jim DeLorenzo, Vice President of Octagon Sports Agency's Digital Division
This quote is from Raw Charge's fantastic article on Twitter impersonation for today's athlete.
I've been meaning to write something on NHLers and Twitter for a few weeks now, an article that finally came together this weekend for The Globe. For whatever reason, hockey players are miles...