WASHINGTON -- The Stanley Cup was the star attraction, but the message was equally powerful at a policy briefing on shifting demographics and hockey's future at the Cannon House Office Building on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON -- Willie O'Ree wanted to sit down. It wasn't that O'Ree, who turns 83 on Oct. 15, was tired after being on his feet for more than an hour on a guided tour of the Smithsonian's Museum of African American History & Culture on Wednesday.
BUFFALO -- Samantha Kline never played hockey. She was a figure skater, one competitive enough to be home-schooled through high school, spending hours a day at her local rink in Florida. A junior team shared the ice, so she kept time for them, got to know the guys in the small hockey community.
DIX HILLS, N.Y. -- Adam Graves took the ice Saturday morning with the same child-like joy he's felt since he first laced up skates, playing alongside other NHL alumni and volunteers for the fifth annual Hockey Helps Marathon, a 24-hour event designed to raise money and awareness for local charities.
Canadiens employees, Georges Laraque and mascot Youppi! marched in support of respect and equality for all at Sunday's #prideMTL parade
MONTREAL - The colors of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer (LGBTQ+) rainbow contained an extra hint of bleu-blanc-rouge on Sunday, as members of the Canadiens, along with former Hab Georges Laraque and mascot Youppi!, joined in the city's annual Pride parade through the streets of downtown on Sunday.