Y’all Are Making Me Mad

Y’all are making me mad. So mad that I’ve adopted a Southern accent for this post and I’m from the Pacific Northwest. And by “y’all,” I mean the NHL. The league and its clubs said they were ready to listen and learn so they could be part of the solution. I don’t know what you…

Implementing Anti-Racism in Hockey Public Q&A – June 29th

On March 2, 2020, we published the first ever Policy Paper for Anti-Racism in Canadian Hockey. It was the result of the March 30, 2019 Roundtable on Racism in Hockey. To date, the policy paper has been downloaded almost 1700 times and shared across Canada and the United States with hockey organizations of all levels,…

Women’s hockey and the never-ending call for more evidence

I was supposed to present the following discussion on women’s hockey at the 2020 Hockey Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia this spring; however, due to Covid-19, the conference has been re-scheduled for 2021. I don’t anticipate being able to attend that conference but I think this is still a discussion that needs to be shared.…

Entrevue avec Anissa Gamble : Hockey + diabète de type 1

For the English version click [HERE]. Pour le personnel de première ligne, la maladie à coronavirus a changé leur vie de la pire des façons dans les dernières semaines. Pour d’autres, la pandémie a forcé beaucoup d’entre nous à ralentir et évaluer comment on travaille, vit et s’amuse. Les médias habitués à s’en tenir aux…

Interview with Anissa Gamble: Hockey + Type 1 Diabetes

Pour lire la version FRANÇAISE cliquer ici. For those on the front lines of Covid-19, life in recent weeks has inevitably been put into overdrive in the worst possible way. For others, the pandemic has forced many of us to slow down and assess the state of work, life, and play. The “stick to sports”…