The NHL Skills Competition, #PayDecker, and More: The Divide Between Men’s and Women’s Hockey

On January 25th, 2019, the Colorado Avalanche realized that they would need a replacement for Nathan MacKinnon in the NHL All-Star Skills Competition since he was forced to pull out due to injury. MacKinnon was slated to participate in the "fastest skater" segment against the likes of Jack Eichel and Mat Barzal. Using a tweet, … Continue reading The NHL Skills Competition, #PayDecker, and More: The Divide Between Men’s and Women’s Hockey

The Beginner’s Guide to Supporting Women’s Hockey

So you just watched the USA vs. Canada women's hockey gold medal game the other night. I'm assuming you did, because, well, everyone did. Let's say you loved it, and you want to continue to support women's hockey. It's an amazing cause to get behind, and the world of women's hockey has made a ton … Continue reading The Beginner’s Guide to Supporting Women’s Hockey

Pyeongchang 2018 Men and Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey Schedule

The Olympics are underway in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Given the time difference and the many events taking place, it can be hard to keep up with the ice hockey events. We've complied a schedule for both the Women's and Men's ice hockey teams and converted all times to Eastern. The Women's tournament starts early Saturday … Continue reading Pyeongchang 2018 Men and Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey Schedule

CWHL Slights the NWHL While Announcing Jessica Platt’s Coming Out as Transgender

Canadian Women's Hockey League Toronto Furies player, Jessica Platt, came out as transgender this past week. Platt said "I hope that I can inspire others to live their lives true to who they are and to never give up on their dreams." https://www.instagram.com/p/Bdy5ji-F-1P/ Platt is the second publicly out transgender professional ice hockey player. Harrison … Continue reading CWHL Slights the NWHL While Announcing Jessica Platt’s Coming Out as Transgender