Although women's hockey has seen exponential growth since its first Olympic tournament in 1998, there is still much to be done to foster diversity within the game. Both men's and women's hockey suffer from a lack of representation for nonwhite athletes; moreover, it doesn't look as though USA Hockey or
When you hit a certain age or a certain stride in life, there’s a good chance that someone else in the wings will be watching everything you do. That’s a fact of life. Whatever it is that you succeed at doing, there will be someone, usually younger, who's
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The top players in Canada's premier women's hockey league showcased their talent Saturday afternoon at the Air Canada Centre as part of the CWHL’s All-Star Weekend.
Fans voted in record numbers for the All-Star Captains this season, with 33,000 ballots deciding on
As the Four Nations Cup approaches, it’s important to note that Team Canada has won 14 of its 19 tournament gold medals, including the last two tournaments in Lake Placid, NY and Kamloops, BC. At least, I suppose it is. The United States (and Sweden and Finland, no doubt)
Welcome to Victory Press Essays, where we share thoughts and opinions about social issues in sports. Today's essay, by staff writer Angelica Rodriguez, focuses on masculinity and respectability politics in professional sports.
When Washington Nationals reliever Jonathan Papelbon lunged for his teammate Bryce Harper’s throat at the tail end