NHL and hockey punditry’s ignorance of women’s issues, anticipation for the upcoming season, and much more in your NHL blog beat.
PENSION PLAN PUPPETS: The Patrick Kane sexual assault investigation reveals hockey journalists remain unaware of women’s issues.
STANLEY CUP OF CHOWDER: Paul Wheeler goes one better, suggesting the league and its media are failing the sport’s female fans.
PUCK DADDY: As Slava Voynov prepares to return to Russia, Jen Neale notes the LA Kings remain tone deaf on the issue of domestic violence.
HOCKEY IN SOCIETY: Courtney Szto critiques the NHL’s plan to use “concussion spotters.”
RAW CHARGE: Brett Frieman examines how the NHL’s latest rule changes could affect the upcoming season.
SILVER SEVEN SENS: Could an NHL game actually fit on Parliament Hill?
ABOUT SPORTS: Patrick Hoffman previews the NHL’s Metropolitan Division for 2015-16.
NUCKS MISCONDUCT: Did the Vancouver Canucks actually improve in the offseason?
PUCK PONDERINGS: Recapping the San Jose Sharks offseason and looking forward to training camp.
ARCTIC ICE HOCKEY: The curious case of Tobias Enstrom.
GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier recalls the life and career of Sergei Zholtok.