Geoff Wolinetz is the proprietor of Bleed Blueshirt Blue, a blog dedicated to the New York Rangers and the National Hockey League.  Geoff admits that his knowledge on both of those things may be limited, but he’s hoping his passion and adorably poor grammar will endear readers.

His first Rangers memory is the Herb Brooks-led Rangers getting knocked out of the playoffs by the New York Islanders in 1983.  He did not care for Glenn Hanlon then, and time hasn’t healed those wounds.  Mark Pavelich is still among his personal heroes.

Geoff cut school on June 16, 1994 (his senior year of high school, so no one was really looking for him) and took the bus to the Port Authority Bus Terminal, then the A train to the Canyon of Heroes.  He snapped a picture of Mark Messier on a passing float, but the picture was thrown out in a purging of his room at some point after he left for college.  He considers it among his greatest regrets.

He was present for the jersey retirements of Mike Richter, Mark Messier, Brian Leetch and Adam Graves.

His personal blog, Geoff Wolinetz Is Too Late, is updated sporadically with poorly constructed views on popular culture, politics and anything about Connie Chung.


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