CWHL All-Star Liz Knox Represents Both the Present and Future of Pro Women's Hockey

Taking the ice at Scotiabank Arena as captain of Team Gold was a dream come true for CWHL veteran Liz Knox. After six seasons with the Thunder (first in Brampton, now in Markham), Knox, or Knoxy as she is known, made her first All-Star Game. If this were just a

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Szabados Signs with Beauts, NWHL

(Photo: Buffalo Beauts / Twitter)

After the 2018 Winter Olympics, Shannon Szabados wasn't quite sure what her next move would be. At 31, should she hang up her skates? Give it another go in professional men's hockey? Or perhaps venture into professional women's hockey, which had been growing over the past

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New IAAF Testosterone Regulations are Bigoted and Targeted

Last week the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) released new regulations for women's events titled Female Classification (Athletes with Differences of Sex Development). These regulations are currently valid and the new testosterone limits will be enforced beginning on November 1, 2018. The IAAF claims these new regulations are designed

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