Miracle On Ice Teammates Shocked, Devastated by Death of Mark Pavelich
A week after Pavelich was found dead at a treatment facility in Minnesota, the players who won the Olympic gold medal with him in 1980 are still searching for answers.
Lamoureux Twins Left Their Marks On and Off the Ice
Monique and Jocelyn Lamoureux announced their retirement Tuesday morning, ending a 14-year career with the U.S. national women's team that saw a ton of gold and unprecedented growth of the sport.
USA Hockey's Pat Kelleher in Conversation With W. Graeme Roustan
Pat Kelleher chats about USA's gold medal at the World Junior Championship, growing the game at the grassroots level and the upcoming World Championships for men and women and more.
Trevor Zegras Goes Into Gold Medal Game as an All-Time Great in U.S. World Junior History
The Anaheim Ducks prospect is chasing some of the most dynamic WJC players his country has ever produced and he can cement his legacy with a win in the championship game.
Led by Coyotes, UND and USA Hockey, the hockey world failed Mitch Miller
They all knew, or should have known, that Mitch Miller had a past that included bullying and assault. Yet they welcomed him to their teams, until his transgressions were made public.
'We're Going to Miss That Smile': Cooper, Maroon Enter Game 3 With Heavy Hearts
Much of the hockey world has never heard of Kim Cannon, but she was instrumental in helping Jon Cooper and Patrick Maroon reach the NHL. And when she died in a car accident Wednesday night, it devastated both of them.
Charting the road return of rec hockey: 'I believe we've found a path back'
The Jacksonville Ice & Sportsplex was one of the first arenas in North America to reopen when it reconvened its adult league this past weekend. Players couldn't keep from getting into fights, but they did seem to refrain from spitting.
As economies start to open up, so are hockey rinks in U.S.
One private rink operator said many of the protocols he's putting in starting this weekend at his arena will likely be there to stay. "I truly believe this is this generation’s 9-11," said Mark Scheff. "It’s going to change everything.”