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Wilfried Zaha and Kevin Phillips will and already have taken the plaudits for Crystal Palace after their Championship play-off final win over Watford on Monday. But there was another fairly unlikely hero for Ian Holloway’s side with one of the most dramatic goal line clearances seen at Wembley since Neven Subotic on Saturday in the Champions [...]
To recap Tuesday's NHL action: Cam Ward robbed Joel Ward. Compared to that, nothing much else of note happened. Anyone who hasn't slept away the past 24 hours on Pluto has surely seen the highlight that has bounced around the hockey universe wildly (and deservedly) since yesterday. Show More Summary
CBS Sports’ depth chart for the Washington Capitals currently has Brooks Laich listed as the third-line center with Jason Chimera and Joel Ward on his left and right wings, respectively. Whenever Caps fans see Laich on NHL ice again, he may not be playing center. Show More Summary
Being a general manager is a tough job. You make all the seemingly right moves during the summer, as Capitals GM George McPhee did last year with the acquisition of playoff-heroes Joel Ward and Troy Brouwer, as well the supposed bargain of the century in Tomas Vokoun, and everyone declares you a god among men. Show More Summary
New England sports fans ought to have known the drill by the time Joel Ward and the Washington Capitals abruptly terminated the Boston Bruins’ Stanley Cup championship defense this past spring. They knew the motif from the Patriots circa 2001-02, the Red Sox circa 2004-05 and the Celtics circa 2008-09. Show More Summary
If you had to pick one word that would describe your typical interview with an NHL player, that word would surely not be exciting. As bland sports figure interviews go, there are few worse than the NHL player interview. Sure, some players can give out a nice sound bite once in a while, but by and large these guys are just flat out boring. Show More Summary
After delivering the winning shot for the Washington Capitals hockey team, player Joel Ward should've been showered with congratulations. Instead the black athele was the target of racist Twitter comments from a few high school students, and Ward shrugged off the attacks. Show More Summary
When the Washington Capitals beat the Boston Bruins in the NHL Playoffs, it was one of the league's few black players, Joel Ward, who scored the winning goal. After the game, a bunch of people said horrible, racist things about WardShow More Summary
By Guest Contributor David J. Leonard Moments after Joel Ward’s overtime goal secured a playoff victory for the Washington Capitals over Boston last month, the twittersphere exploded with a barrage of racial epithets, threats of violence, and stereotypes. Editor’s Note: Trigger Warning under the cut–pictures of racist slurs Here is but a sampling of the vitriol and…
The WSJ's Lee Hawkins talks to Washington Capitals winger Joel Ward about his ongoing effort to encourage more black youths to play hockey and a series of racist tweets sent out by some angry Boston Bruins fan after Ward scored a game-winning goal in overtime to knock the Bruins out of the race for the playoffs. His message: "Hockey is for everybody."
After Washington Capitals winger Joel Ward scored his game-winning overtime goal to knock the Boston Bruins out of the playoffs, it didn't occur to him that some angry Boston fans would respond with racist tweets.
In the span of two weeks, Washington Capitals winger Joel Ward has gone from hero to goat. He's been attacked with racial slurs for doing both. In Game 7 against the Boston Bruins in an overtime thriller Joel Ward scored the game winning goal to send the Caps to a second-round series against the New York Rangers. Show More Summary
The Capitals' hopes of going up 3-2 against the Rangers crumbled in matter of seconds after a late penalty to Joel Ward. And Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo is declaring war on the Phillies. [ more › ]
Joel Ward, the Washington Capitals' African-American defenseman, was attacked with racist tweets on Twitter after Caps' loss to New York Rangers...
Washington Capitals' Joel Ward blames himself for Game 5 loss to New York Rangers -NHL Playoffs Update Washington Capitals put up an intense fight against Eastern Conference’s top seeded team, New York Rangers, in Game 5 of the 2012Show More Summary
After Joel Ward of the Washington Capitals eliminated the Boston Bruins from the Stanley Cup Playoffs, we showed you the racist underbelly of Twitter as users strained to find new and interesting ways to insult a black man. Not only were those users exposed as the knuckle dragging neanderthals they are, but some are now facing tangible consequences. More »
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The most difficult aspect of winning a series as draining and dramatic as the one the Washington Capitals just won against the Boston Bruins is the realization that there is more work—much more work—to be done. As epic as Joel Ward's...Show More Summary
Joel Ward, an Afro-Canadian ice hockey player for the Washington Capitals, who is of Barbadian parentage, was subjected to racial slurs on Twitter after he scored the winning goal in overtime of the decisive seventh game against the defending champion Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League playoffs. Written by Matthew Hunte...