The best of one of the most stressful but exciting Minnesota games I've watched in some time.
Snowed in from Blizzpocalypsageddon 2013? Sad that there's no BC hockey tonight? Hockey Banter's got your fix.
This year's women's Beanpot is about much more than the hardware. With 3 of the teams ranked in the top 5 in the nation, the winner could become a virtual lock to host an NCAA quarterfinal.
20 years ago today, the Tampa Bay Lightning put a woman into an NHL preseason game. That woman, of course, was goaltender Manon Rheaume. And she was the very first woman to break the gender barrier...
This year, the interest in Wice exploded. The team now has 22 players, most of whom have never played hockey before. For women’s hockey – especially for club hockey or even rec league hockey – that’s an extremely large team. The referees, linesmen, and even opposing teams were often in disbelief at how large our team was, and that all but one of the players were undergrad. With all the new players, Wice is like an expansion team in the NHL – we’ve just started icing a full team and earning respect, but there’s still improvement to be had.
European federations don't want their junior aged male hockey players going to North America to play, but they want NA to take their female players. Puck Worlds tries to figure out the (il)logic for the discrepancy.
A women's hockey league? CBA Armageddon for the NHL? Finally, a deal for Ilya Kovalchuk? It's to catch up with The Week In Hockey Blogging.
The final day of the World Hockey Summit was focused on Women's Hockey and Growing the Game. See why those two subjects go hand in hand.
Silver Seven had the opportunity to talk to Michael McKinley, author of Hockey: A People's History, about his book, the game, and the Canadian experience. This is the second part of the interview.
There's no Y in this Cup... Looking back at the 2010 Clarkson Cup Champions, the Minnesota Wildcats.