The Weekly Links post highlights important or interesting writing from the hockey blogosphere and media. For the summer months, we will be posting monthly instead of weekly.
- Check out this short video piece created by the Olympic Channel about Harrison Browne and his transition out of the NWHL. [Out Sports]
- Former Toronto Marlie and Nashville Predator, Rich Clune, battled addition for years. His brother tells his story to [The Athletic].
- The NHL could soon have its first Chinese-born player in Simon Chen. [NHL]
- Hillary Knight’s social media presence and savvy has proven key to growing women’s hockey. [Excelle Sports]
- More on the USWNT team and their inclusion in this year’s ESPN Body Issue. [ESPN]
- Cool hockey history story about Pia Sterner, the first woman to be offered an NHL coaching job…which she turned down. [Sportsnet]
- If wouldn’t be the Weekly Links if we didn’t have a piece about KHL and suspicious finances… [Puck Daddy]
- A hockey fundraiser lasted 11 days and raised over $1 million for The Rosewell Park Cancer Institute. [Puck Daddy]
- Lastly, Andrew Ference has decided to hang up his skates after 16 season in the NHL