Jamie Fitzpatrick is a broadcaster and freelance sportswriter in St. John's, Newfoundland.
Jamie began his career as a sports reporter with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and has since branched into arts and music production. He continues to work in sports as a Guide at About.com and a commentator on CBC Radio. Hockey also plays a prominent role in his debut novel, You Could Believe in Nothing.
Jamie holds a journalism degree from the University of Western Ontario, but he owes most of his hockey education to his Dad and a pee-wee coach named Mr. Goodwin.
By Jamie Fitzpatrick:
Pro hockey's greatest asset is the fan. So I try to consider issues and stories from a fan's perspective, while tracking the game's biggest stories and commenting on the issues of the day.
Jamie is also a novelist and radio host. Find more of his work here.