How can sports use its many platforms to tackle social issues on a sustained rather than an incident-driven basis?
The U.S. women's national hockey team stared down the hockey powers-that-be with a fierceness and determination born of years of second-class citizenry, writes Shira Springer. Tuesday night, they won.
Full face shields protect ice hockey players from dental and facial injuries, but they might also increase the risk of devastating spinal cord injuries.
This year's Boston Bruins are balanced, disciplined and tough. They are a match-up nightmare for opponents.
Thanks in large part to head coach Claude Julien, the Boston Bruins enter the playoffs as the favorite to win the Stanley Cup.
It’s an article of faith that revenge, taxes and death are three certainties of life. For Boston sports, there’s another word that applies: schadenfreude.