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‘Concussions affect a life’: Ken Dryden wants hockey rules changed to save players’ lives

Monday, October 16th, 2017
Ken Dryden

Hockey legend Ken Dryden is calling on the NHL to penalize any play that involves a player making contact with the head of another — no exceptions.

Is breaking the 2 hour barrier for running a marathon even possible?

Monday, January 2nd, 2017
ATHLETICS-MARATHON/NEWYORK

A secretive project is underway to complete a marathon in under two hours — three long minutes short of the existing record. Only the elite are part of the 2017 quest to shatter the record in marathon running. But is it even possible?

Canadian hockey shutout from NHL playoffs spurs fans to defend national sport

Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
NHL Pathers Canadiens Hockey 20160315

It's been a long time when a Canadian hockey team celebrated a Stanley Cup win. This year Canadian teams are shut out of the NHL playoffs and the lure of other games beckons. What's all this doing to the hockey business? And the hearts of hockey fans?