A BLOG ABOUT HOCKEY AND ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE LAW
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Power-Play: UND Women’s Hockey Suit Challenging Title IX Gets Green Light
NHL and U.S. full steam ahead with sports gambling, but what about Canada?
NHL's lack of Domestic Violence Policy put to the test in Austin Watson situation
Woman struck by puck at 2013 Stanley Cup Game has lawsuit dismissed due to "Hockey Act"
Fan gets struck in face by a puck at a Chicago Blackhawks game, but has lawsuit dismissed
A Guide to NHL Salary Arbitration
Taking a look at Article 12 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement
Q&A with Justin Selep
Q&A with "The Most Interesting 1L in the World" . . . First-Year Law Student and Division I Hockey Player
Boston Bruins score major victory over IRS in Tax Court
Bruins 1, IRS 0
University of North Dakota cuts its women’s ice hockey program: Title IX lawsuit ahead?
University of North Dakota cut its women's ice hockey program... is there a valid Title IX lawsuit?
NHL owns “Seattle Metropolitans” trademark in Canada, but not U.S.
If the NHL expanded to Seattle, would they be able to name the franchise after a historic pro hockey team from the Emerald City?