As much as we all want the return of sports, does the NHL's 24-team playoff proposal hit the mark? For one puck scribe, it's not even close.NHL’s Pandemic Playoff Picture Is a Perplexing Proposition
The aftermath of Don Cherry’s last Coach’s Corner has been as divisive as everything else lately. Hell, people in Canada are so pissed off, they can no longer even tolerate a Tim Hortons double-double.Don Cherry And The Problem With Canada
Those of us who remember how much patriotic pride there was behind that Olympic victory 40 years ago died a little on the inside; not because we’re 40 years removed from the event, but because we are no longer capable of meaningfully bridging political and cultural divides on the field of play.The Confluence Of Culture, Politics And Hockey
Because Canada wins regardless of how this thing plays out.Regardless Of The Stanley Cup Final Result, Canada Wins Either Way
Because "Potty-Gate" in Edmonton is a real thing, and the exclusion of basic services to many is a concerning trend.The Edmonton Oilers' Bathroom Dilemma Isn't a Sexist Problem. It's an Elitist One.
Nava is a freelance writer based in the American Pacific Northwest. She loves to watch and write about hockey because she is also Canadian. During the off-season, Nava loves to cross-border shop, drink gallons of Tim Horton's coffee, and contemplate jumping in her car and driving to Alaska.