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Where Ice Meets Paper

Women’s sports have come a long way since the early 1960s, when I first donned a pair of skates. But we’ve got a long way to skate before we eliminate gender discrimination. Let’s start off with pay inequality. In many ways, women’s sports are a small cultural microcosm that reflect the macrocosm of our society…

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You Don’t Need a Blueline to be Offside

I began playing hockey in 1969. I was 15 years old. I was a girl.           Women have never had it easy in the sports world, myself included. We’ve been deprived of financial equality, peppered with insults, even legally mandated out of teams, and all on the basis of a single X chromosome. Our so-called “limitations” have been…

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Hilary Knight #BeAGoalKeeper

Olympic superstar Hilary Knight talks about what it takes for young girls to make it in the sport. Original Source: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2340801976234761

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Stereotypes Still Plague Women in Sports

Interview of high performance female athletes reveals that many stereotypes are still associated with women in sport in 2019. Original Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKi7AmoNQqo

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Global: Kingston Red Barons Reunion

Interview of Rhonda’s fellow teammates during the Kingston Red Barons 50th Anniversary Reunion, featuring video footage of the women’s game from the 1970s. Original Source: https://globalnews.ca/news/4620772/kingsto n-red-barons-womens-hockey/

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