The Ultimate Ranking of the Best Hockey Films Ever
Great hockey movies are out there. It's just time to reconsider the rankings.
The Americans Beating Canada Was the Best Outcome for Women's Hockey
Sorry, Canada, but Team USA's gold medal victory will help the game grow even more.
Women's Hockey Has Never Been Better and Deserves More of Your Attention
With no NHL players at the Olympics, the timing is perfect for the compelling and underrepresented women's game to get more spotlight.
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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Fighting the Good Fight: Sheldon Kennedy's Committed to Helping Sexual Abuse Victims
Former NHLer Sheldon Kennedy was a victim of sexual abuse. The documentary Swift Current details the impact its had on his life, and how Kennedy has used his platform to help other victims.
Repairing a Dysfunctional Los Angeles Kings Home
A trio of concerning off-ice incidents led the Kings to hire former NHLer Brantt Myhres, a recovering drug addict, as a player assistance director. He hopes to repair the hockey family and eliminate the stigma of not reaching out for help.
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Ottawa Is Greater than the Sum of Its Parts
A careful look at this team's isolated parts is the best way to feel optimistic about Ottawa's chances in 2015-16.
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The Calgary Flames Will Be worth Staying up Late For
The Flames are stacked on defence and could shine in a sparsely competitive Pacific Division.
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Exiting the Game: How the NHL's New Retirement Program Aims to Help Players in Their Post-Hockey Life
The NHL and the PA have formed a player development program designed to better help players transition into retirement, and succeed once their playing days are over.
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Andong Song Is Powering China's Growing Interest in Hockey
Andong Song, 18, became the first Chinese-born player to be drafted to the NHL this past June when the Islanders selected him in the sixth round.
Are We Looking at the Bikes vs. Cars War Wrong?
Let's not fight each other on the road. Let's blame the government.
Phil Kessel Was Never Loved in Toronto
Phil Kessel scored a lot of goals for the Leafs. That alone wasn't enough for Toronto fans to ever really embrace him.