Stanley Cup Playoffs: Searching for a Winner
Image from: NHL.com Now that we are into round 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, I thought it would be interesting to take a look back into the traffic. Last time, I checked out the top performing subdomains to the site, so this time around I wanted to look and see which search terms were driving the most traffic to the NHL site. Even though the Bruins have been sadly
Stanley Cup Playoffs: Which Teams Are in the Lead Online?
Image from: NHL.com The Stanley Cup Playoffs are in full swing and although the Bruins suffered a loss last night, I am still optimistic. I checked out the subdomain traffic for NHL.com to see which teams were driving the most traffic to the site and the results were encouraging. I was proud to see that behind the Penguins, the Bruins were the second team on the subdomain list. It is
Boston Raises the Cup and Web Traffic
It’s been 39 long years since the Boston Bruins raised Lord Stanely’s Cup. (Easy Canucks’ fans, I know you’ve never won one in your 40 seasons. You aren’t alone, neither the LA Kings or the St. Louis Blues have ever touched the “Holy Grail” and it has been 43 seasons. The Buffalo Sabres accompany you in 0 for 40 club.) When the Bruins brought the Stanley Cup to Boston in
How do sports fans follow games online?
If you live in New England, odds are good you’ve been following the Stanley Cup Finals, whether by choice, or by having game updates thrust upon you by rabid sports fans on social networks. For those of us Boston hockey fans, this year’s season is a big deal; it’s the first time the Bruins have been in the Stanley Cup finals since 1990. Personally, I welcome the stream of game