Women’s Hockey Faces Uncertain Future, NWHL Cancels Expansion

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In a statement posted on Thursday, May 30th the National Women’s Hockey League cancelled its planned Canadian expansion. The NWHL proposed adding teams in Toronto and Montreal after the Canadian Women’s Hockey League folded on May 1st. Along with putting its plans for expansion on hold, the NWHL expressed that they would be “ecstatic to […] READ MORE


Minnesota Wild Sign Jordan Greenway

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The Minnesota Wild signed collegiate draft pick and forward Jordan Greenway to a three-year entry-level contract. Financial details of the contract have yet to be disclosed. NEWS: #mnwild signs forward @JGreenway12 to a 3-year, entry-level contract starting with the remainder of the '17-18 season → https://t.co/JKd3szedpS pic.twitter.com/4JuoVqSzgq — Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) March 26, 2018 Jordan […] READ MORE


Olympic Medalists Get Luxury Cars From Vladimir Putin

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On February 28, 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Russian Olympic medalists. This took place in the Kremlin and is a tradition for Russian medal winners. The winners were awarded orders and medals. Also, as is tradition, in the Russian Federation, they were also awarded luxury cars and prize money. Olympic Medalists Get Prize Money And […] READ MORE


Olympic Athletes of Russia Beat Germany for 2018 Men’s Hockey Gold Medal

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The Olympic Athletes from Russia have won that nation’s first Men’s Olympic Hockey Gold Medal since 1992.  That year, it was another weirdly named team as the country competed as the Unified Team, with other former Soviet republics, following the fall of Soviet Union. On Saturday night, the team beat the Germany 3 to 2 in […] READ MORE


Olympic Women’s Hockey Doesn’t Need to be Changed

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In most cases, parity and equal competitiveness make sports better. Olympic Women’s hockey, and international women’s hockey in general lacks parity. Since its inception into the Olympic games in 1998, Canada and the United States have played in four of the five gold medal games, with the exception of 2006 in Turin when Canada played […] READ MORE



Chris Kelly: 37-Year-Old to lead Canadian Hockey team at the 2018 Winter Olympics

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On April 3rd, 2017, the National Hockey League announced that the league’s schedule would not allow for an Olympic break and all NHL players would be unavailable to represent their respective countries. The matter was officially closed and left the National Canadian Men’s ice hockey team relying heavily on ex-NHL players currently playing in the […] READ MORE


2018 Olympic Hockey Preview

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For the first time in 24 years the best players in the National Hockey League will not be present at the Olympic Winter Games. One might automatically think that Team Canada could be in a lot of trouble, and not able to win Olympic gold for the third consecutive time in men’s action. Even though […] READ MORE


Analyzing Team Canada’s Men’s Hockey Team

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Hockey Canada announced the group that will lead them to Pyeongchang for the 2018 Winter Olympics and Team Canada is full of former NHL players. Analyzing Team Canada’s Men’s Hockey Team   25 @HC_Men on the roster. 36 million on the team. ?????? Canada’s Men’s Olympic Team named for #PyeongChang2018. pic.twitter.com/5REzOSchQp — Hockey Canada (@HockeyCanada) […] READ MORE


IOC Bans Russian Athletes from 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

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After waiting to see how the IOC would punish Russia for mass doping during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, it was announced that Russian athletes, including Russian officials, would be banned from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. IOC suspends Russian NOC and creates a path for clean individual athletes to […] READ MORE