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

Erica Ayala

USA Hockey's New Trans and Non-Binary Guidelines Don't Amount to Inclusion for Many Trans and Non-Binary Athletes

This past week, USA Hockey released its new regulations for transgender and non-binary inclusion. Evaluating this policy requires an acknowledgement of the highly transphobic times in which it was released. It comes the same week as the United States Supreme Court upheld President Trump's transgender military ban and in which

Andrew

The NHL All-Star Skills Competition and Settling For Less

As these things usually go, it felt like an afterthought.  

On January 22, three days before the NHL All-Star Game was set to kick off in San Jose, California with the NHL All-Star Skills Competition, several high-profile members of the US and Canadian women's national teams announced on their Twitter

Zoë Hayden

CWHL Weekend Wrap

This week Les Canadiennes de Montréal took three of four possible points in a split with the Shenzhen KRS Vanke Rays, while the Toronto Furies once again upset the Calgary Inferno on the road to split their series.

Around the League

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