Women’s Hockey funding: About damn time

By Catherine Silverman (@catmsilverman)

US Women’s Hockey is one of the most dominant organizations in American pro sports.

This isn’t an opinion. This is fact. There is actual, objective evidence to prove this.

The only teams that decimate the competition with a comparable level of regularity at the international level are men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, and various individual events (we’re looking at you, Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky).

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The Hockey Hall of Fame is Failing to Recognize Great Women

By Tom Hunter (@PuckDontLie)

In 2010, when Angela James and Cammi Granato were inducted into the Hockey Hall of fame, it looked as though the selection committee was finally taking a step forward.

It had taken a while, but the group that had long been described as an ‘old boys club’ was finally going to make up for lost time and start giving women’s hockey the attention it deserved.

Unfortunately, though, the progress has since been moving at a snail’s pace.

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