The U.S. Women Were This Close To Taking Canada To Overtime

The U.S. women’s hockey team were so close to pulling off what would have been a very fun comeback. They controlled the majority of their final group-stage battle against Canada—which didn’t really matter but served as a preview of the expected gold-medal game—but the Americans still found themselves down 2-0 after a…

For Those Who Want "One Korea," The Unified Hockey Team Is A Starting Place 

GANGNEUNG, South Korea — Even with more than two hours left before the puck was scheduled to drop between the Koreans and their heavily favored Swiss opponents, a taxicab couldn’t get anywhere near the arena. I’d assumed, and planned for, the first game featuring a joint team of players from both North and South Korea…

Quinnipiac Women's Hockey Players Say Coach Physically Abused Them, Told Them To Kill Themselves

Rick Seeley was the head coach of Quinnipiac University’s women’s hockey team from 2008 until 2015. He has the 15th-most wins in NCAA women’s hockey history, and in his final season the Bobcats had their best year ever, going 26-9-3. However, Seeley was fired in April 2015 after allegations surfaced that he had…

U.S. Women's Hockey Team Reaches Agreement With USA Hockey, Will Play In World Championship

A very public weeks-long contract standoff between the U.S. women’s national hockey team and USA hockey was resolved tonight, two days before the IIHF World Championships is scheduled to begin in Plymouth, Mich. The women’s team, which said in mid-March it would boycott the World Championships if USA Hockey didn’t…

USA Hockey Tries, Fails To Find World Championship Replacement Players As Women's National Team Boycotts

With less than a week until the World Championship begins, negotiations between USA Hockey and the women’s national team have only gotten rockier. An attempt to find replacement players has been publicly embarrassing, with dozens turning down the request and instead declaring their support for the women’s national…

Female Ex-Coaches Accuse UMD Of Discrimination, Harassment, Anti-Canadian Sentiment In Lawsuit

Three former women’s coaches at the University of Minnesota Duluth sued the state’s university system in federal court today, all saying they were victims of discrimination while working for the university. In the lawsuit, each woman outlines her own story and the various ways in which she was harassed, excluded, and…