The NHL launched its redesigned website a couple weeks back, and reviews have been mixed. There have been complaints about missing functionality, confusing navigation, and buggy videos.
I could go on, but I think this summarizes it best:
Alexander Semin: 'I don't like new #NHL site, now it's much more difficult follow the league'
— Igor Eronko (@IgorEronko) February 14, 2016
It just so happens that Ian and I, in addition to being hockey fans and writers, are Professional Internet People in our day jobs. On Saturday we got together to talk about the new NHL.com, its strengths and weaknesses, and mostly the latter. Check it out.
Fair warning: This is not really hockey coverage. This is relatively nerdy web design and development chatter.
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