Chinese Olympic Hockey Roster Bolstered By “Heritage Players”
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A BLOG ABOUT HOCKEY AND ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE LAW
The current make-up of the Kunlun roster gives us a good idea of who will be suiting up for the Chinese squad on February 10 against the US
Power-Play: UND Women’s Hockey Suit Challenging Title IX Gets Green Light
Is the "Three Part Test" the only standard in evaluating Title IX cases? Perhaps not.
NHL and U.S. full steam ahead with sports gambling, but what about Canada?
You can't place a bet on just one hockey game in the Great White North? What's that all about, eh?
NHL's lack of Domestic Violence Policy put to the test in Austin Watson situation
Of the major North American professional sports leagues, the NHL is the only one without a Domestic Violence Policy
Can a Washington Capitals fan that throws a crab on the ice tonight in Las Vegas be charged with a c
Crab cakes and hockey! That's what D.C. does!
Legendary coach Shannon Miller picks up major court victory, but more history can be made
Will former UMD coach Shannon Miller's lawsuit finally force the Supreme Court to make a ruling on discrimination based on sexual orient
Five Pennsylvania teenagers face criminal trial for on-ice assault
Was this just "a part of the game" or did these teens cross the line?
South Korea Imported North American Ice Hockey Players in Preparation for Winter Olympics
The South Korean men's ice hockey team will have some North American flavor on its roster when it plays in its first ever Winter Olympic
TAX TRICK: Why the New York Rangers Will Be the Away Team for the 2018 Winter Classic at Citi Field
Looking into the history and fight over a unique New York Real Property Tax Law.
Can the Detroit Red Wings sue the Detroit Right Wings?
The pro hockey franchise has the ability to use Trademark Law to make a stand against Neo-Nazism
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