Weekly Links: Women’s hockey in India; Lindros, Quinn headline 2016 Hockey Hall of Fame class; Changes at Hockey Night in Canada; and more

The Weekly Links post highlights important or interesting writing from the hockey blogosphere and media. Enjoy! A great profile of the Ladakh Women’s Ice Hockey Foundation, which is creating opportunities for women and girls in India to participate in hockey. [Women’s Hockey Life] The KHL is offically expanding to China, as the Beijing club Kunlun Red…

Hockey Hidden in India

The Indian national hockey team has been competing internationally since 2009. Yes, that’s right, India has a national hockey team. It has only won one game in that time (2012 vs. Macau). Nevertheless, Ladakh (“land of high passes”) is home to pond hockey like the game has never seen before – 9,800 feet up in…

Weekly Links: Off-ice incidents raising questions about NHL culture; Women’s hockey labour; Hockey in Costa Rica and India; and more

The Weekly Links post highlights important or interesting writing from the hockey blogosphere and media. Enjoy! Patrick Kane’s sexual assault investigation is still ongoing, but the Chicago Blackhawks included him on their training camp roster. He, along with team officials, held a press conference that dodged the accusations and was widely critiqued for being “tone…