Column

July 3, 2015

Appropriate Action: Should Slava Voynov Get A Second Chance In The NHL?

Nearly 10 months after TMZ published a video of NFL running back Ray Rice punching his wife unconscious in an Atlantic City casino elevator, the former-pro bowl selection continues to be unemployed. The incident sparked a national debate about how employers should respond to domestic violence in the sports world and society at large. While […]

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Feature

July 1, 2015

Paul Martin Signing Signals End Of Sharks’ Transition

SAN JOSE — The transition is over. Now, it’s time to win. The San Jose Sharks put themselves in a position to return to the Stanley Cup playoffs next season, plugging another glaring hole in the roster on Wednesday by signing veteran defenseman Paul Martin to a four-year, $19.4 million contract. The addition of the […]

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Column

July 2, 2015

Free Agency Frenzy: Who’s Having The Most Surprising Offseason?

As the top free agents take themselves off the market one by one, report cards for every NHL team are being issued by fans, pundits and blowhards alike. The Edmonton Oilers are certainly the most improved team with the additions of Connor McDavid, Todd McLellan and Andrej Sekera. The Pittsburgh Penguins made the biggest splash […]

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