Hockey Night in Canada

On Aug. 1, Dumba, a Filipino-Canadian player, became the first NHLer to take a knee, with support from Subban (left) and Nurse (Dave Sandford/NHLI/Getty Images)

Black hockey players on loving a sport that doesn’t love them back

In 2020, hockey’s racial reckoning came to a head. Here, 10 Black hockey players share their experiences with racism on the ice.

#MeToo’s influence reaches coaches’ corner

Anne Kingston: Two years after the first mass movement to protest sexual harassment and assault, we see the testing of new tolerances play out in the hockey arena

How Don Cherry resisted Canada’s brownface

Erica Ifill: Canadian hockey and Don Cherry walked hand in hand for 40 years without noticing that they lost an entire generation of highly diverse viewers

BONINO! BONINO! BONINO! How a hockey man found his calling

Most NHL broadcasters don’t look like Harnarayan Singh. They haven’t done what he has to get there, either.

Strombo night in Canada

How George Stroumboulopoulos plans to win over hockey fans and change the way they watch the game

Strombo the new star of Hockey Night in Canada

But don’t expect Don Cherry to tackle that five-syllable surname

George Stroumboulopoulos new Hockey Night in Canada host

Strombo to anchor Rogers’s NHL coverage, beginning this fall

Ron MacLean talks Olympics, concussions and the future of his show

The CBC host forecasts the next year in hockey

How Rogers scored a blockbuster deal with the NHL

Inside the historic 12-year agreement for Canadian rights

‘While the Men Watch’ recap

Sports culture could use a little bit more gossip. But why steep the idea in ignorance?


CBC vs. NHL goes into overtime

In his new memoir, Richard Stursberg recalls endless negotiations with Gary Bettman