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Ojibwe Stanley Cup Winner Reggie Leach Is Still Giving Back
Reggie Leach is an Ojibwe hockey player who was nicknamed the Riverton Rifle for his lethal slapshots during his 13 seasons in the NHL...
‘Best Goalie in the World,’ Carey Price, Ready for NHL Playoffs
First Nations hockey standout Carey Price, Ulkatcho First Nation, of the Montreal Canadiens is the last goalie teams want to face in the NHL playoffs, which begin Wednesday...
Stanley Cup Champ Jordan Nolan Living Like a King In LA
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Why Is the Chicago Blackhawks Logo Okay but Washington Redskins Racist?
The Chicago Blackhawks are currently tangling with the Boston Bruins in a so-far thrilling Stanley Cup Finals clash between the two Original Six clubs...
Video: Hockey Players Are TOUGH: Boston Bruin Plays on Broken Leg
After blocking a slap shot that broke his leg, Boston Bruins gritty fourth-liner Gregory Campbell struggled to his feet and continued to kill a Pittsburgh Penguins power play durin...
White House Honors Stanley Cup Champion LA Kings, Native Skaters Jordan Nolan and Dwight King
It's been a long while since the Los Angeles Kings, led by a pair of young Native skaters, won the 2012 Stanley Cup...
The Great Eight: The Native Players Whose Names Are Etched on the Stanley Cup
After the Los Angeles Kings’ rout of the New Jersey Devils to win the Stanley Cup Monday night, two more players from Indian country had their names inscribed on the trophy ...