Piper calls herself a “hockey historian” and “hockey anthropologist” to pretentiously side-step the fact that she knows very little about modern NHL rosters yet way too much trivia about the sport of yesteryear. As for the anthropology nonsense, she also does a hockey podcast examining women in the world of men’s hockey! It’s powered by Rocket Sports Media, and if you enjoy the cultural aspects of the game and think a docu-series might worth your time, CLICK RIGHT HERE!

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Piper CJ is a freelance photographer (you can CLICK ON THESE WORDS and see her portfolio) , a binge-watcher of television, and has played (and replayed, and replayed) a combined 600 hours in Mass Effect and Dragon Age over the last five years. She holds a Masters in Folklore from the Memorial University of Newfoundland, and is obligated to tell you that it isn’t as weird as it sounds.



Hockey Player: her puck-eating boyfriend, JoHockey!

Movie: Labyrinth

Critter: Red Pandas

Human: Meg

Entity: BioWare

Least Favorites:

the non-celiac “gluten free”

high prices of airline tickets

when forks scratch on plates

free agency


Visit Piper’s Website:

(and get your picture taken!)


Read Piper’s Stuff:

Hey sports fans!

I’m ramping up to release a docu-series in conjunction with All Habs and Rocket Sports Media, and that includes releasing promotional stories of women as their interviews occur. Check the wonderful, sometimes troubling, occasionally bizarre, always worthwhile stories of women in the world of men’s professional hockey.

James ‘Hockey’ Bond

Jack of All Trades

I sometimes cover the Wild and write comedy hockey if you think that might be your thing. Give ’em a look over at The Hockey Guys.

Both well-researched passion projects:

The Hockey Apocalypse 

Silver Spoon Myths and the Journey to the NHL

5 Things Female Hockey Fans Want You to Know

…and beat reporting/mocking/following the Minnesota Wild:

The Wild Lose at Home and it’s Your Fault (Probably)

Sorting Out Road Trips with the Wild

The Wild Ask: Can Boudreau be King in the North?

Do you like Online Magazines and third person articles?

Then check out some of my contributions over at The Artiface:

Graphics, Pixels, and the Art of Video Games

“Bro Games” and the Gamer Divide

Emotionally Investing in Games and Their Characters

Maybe first person blogs are more your speed?

Then hop over to FemHype for my published pieces:

Graphics, Pixels, and the Fine Art of Video Games

My Best Buds are Space Aliens: On The Emotional Investment in Games and Their Characters

Listen to Piper’s Other Stuff:

“Endangered Table”: a 26 minute audio documentary on the culture and history of poaching in Newfoundland

Airing this fall: “Snap Show”, a docu-series on women in the world of men’s professional hockey