Michael Rault's 'It's a New Day Tonight' Is Dreamy in Every Sense
Listen to the latest LP from the Canadian power-pop master ahead of its May 18 release.
Alex Robert Ross
Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan Is the Guitar Hero We Deserve on "Heat Wave"
The song is taken from Snail Mail's upcoming debut full length 'Lush,' due June 8 via Matador.
Positive Sign Girl is the Hero We Need Right Now
A Capitals fan is all about making people feel good about themselves. Finally, a leader in Washington who knows what's up.
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After Coming Out as a Transgender Athlete, Jessica Platt Is Ready to Inspire
Platt is the first openly transgender player in the Canadian Women's Hockey League. She told VICE Sports that her message is 'to not be afraid to be yourself.'
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The First Vegas Hockey Game Was Proof That Sports Can't Heal Tragedy
There were 58 seconds of silence before the Golden Knights' first regular season NHL game in Las Vegas. One for every life lost. But we need to do more to fix our society than symbolic gestures at sporting events.
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'Nathan for You' Wages War on Uber in the Season Four Trailer
This season, Nathan Fielder turns a computer store asexual, innovates with a chili vendor, and helps a Bill Gates impersonator find love.
The NHL has a Problem: All its Fans are Bloody Old
A new report on aging audiences for televised sports provides more proof that the National Hockey League has a problem.
Predators Fans Keep Tossing Dead Ducks onto the Ice in Nashville
It's like Detroit's octopus-tossing tradition, but with ducks.
The Ottawa Senators Are Worse Than Watching Your Parents Have Sex
Ottawa got to the conference finals by playing a methodical, defensive style that is not pleasing to watch, but it works for them.
Decked Out in Hockey Gear, Putin Denies Involvement in Comey Firing
Asked what effect the FBI director's firing would have on U.S.-Russian relations, the Russian president said, "We have nothing to do with that."
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It's the Capitals' Stanley Cup to Lose
Saying that Washington is one win away from a championship shouldn't be controversial, but because the Capitals have gagged so often, it’s the rare chalky hot take.
Forty Years Ago, the Montreal Canadiens Changed Hockey Forever
The 1976-77 Canadiens might have been the best pro sports team in North American history.