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Apple could put iPads in the hands of NHL coaches

40 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

The National Hockey League may soon introduce a new set of pads for the hands. iPads. Apple and the NHL are reportedly close to a deal that could put iPads into the hands of coaches on team benches and for fan engagement around arenas. The Canadian sports network TSN, citing three unnamed sources, reported Wednesday […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Following MLB deal, Apple said to be close to NHL partnership for iPads on team benches

Sports side TSN is reporting that Apple is close to reaching agreement with the National Hockey League for all teams to use iPads rather than Microsoft’s Surface tablets. This follows a multi-year deal agreed with Major League Baseball...Show More Summary

Potential NHL deal could bring Apple iPads to team benches

A report on Wednesday claims Apple is in late-stage talks with the National Hockey League to bring iPads and supporting backend infrastructure to team benches, a deal similar to one struck with Major League Baseball earlier this yea...

Eric Lindros urges concussion protocol standards in Canada

Hockey Hall of Famer Eric Lindros says Canada needs a national standard to diagnose and treat concussions in sports. He joined former pro hockey and football players at a conference … Click to Continue »

Morning Skate: The Calgary Flames absolutely feasted on the Ducks

A new high score! You love hockey. You love SB Nation. You love reading hockey at SB Nation. Search your feelings. You know these things are true. But life's too busy to browse the whole network for news. So, we'll send hockey news to your inbox every morning. Show More Summary

HBO reportedly planning exit from Disney-backed BAMTech content deal

Major League Baseball, Disney, and the National Hockey League have big plans for streaming technology provider BAMTech. HBO will apparently not be a part of them. The joint venture, which began as a sports-focused streaming service,Show More Summary

Did Foley get the name right? Depends on a lot more than local appeal, experts say

The Vegas Golden Knights will play their first game in the National Hockey League next season without the full moniker of the city in which they reside. The bold decision of Golden Knights owner Bill Foley to drop “Las” from the team’s name generated both rebuke from...

Morning Skate: The Dallas Stars' season is making less and less sense

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Army Officials to Review Hockey Team's Use of Golden Knights

A National Hockey League expansion team that plans to call itself the Golden Knights has caught the attention of Army officials.

Morning Skate: The Jack Adams Award curse claims another victim

Gerard Gallant is now available for hire! You love hockey. You love SB Nation. You love reading hockey at SB Nation. Search your feelings. You know these things are true. But life's too busy to browse the whole network for news. So, we'll send hockey news to your inbox every morning. Show More Summary

Two Black Women Embrace Their Chance to Be Hockey Role Models

Kelsey Koelzer of Princeton and Sarah Nurse of Wisconsin were both selected in June by teams in the National Women’s Hockey League. Koelzer was the first overall pick.

'On the Map' reveals the basketball contest that gave Israel a sense of sporting and national pride

Sport, it's been said, is the toy department of our culture, but even diversions can have their moment of unforeseen socio-political relevance. That's what happened in 1980, when a young U.S. Olympic ice hockey team surprised the mighty Soviets and won the gold medal in a contest that's been described...

Pay Cuts Jolt Women’s Pro League and Leave Its Future Uncertain

After players learned their salaries would be cut by about 38 percent to keep the National Women’s Hockey League afloat, they called for more transparency from the league office.

National Women's Hockey League players respond to salary cuts with a plea for transparency

High profile NWHL players have spoken out on the league’s latest financial situation. Less than 48 hours after the news broke that the National Women's Hockey League will be slashing their players pay in half to keep the league alive, the league’s players have come together to craft a response. Show More Summary

National Women's Hockey League Cuts Player Salaries Mid-Season With No Union Input

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

The first professional women’s hockey league to pay its players is slashing salaries in half, according to the Buffalo News. Read more...

National Women's Hockey League will reportedly cut player salaries in half

The league’s average salary is between $14,000 and $17,000. In just their second season in existence, the National Women’s Hockey League is reportedly facing a major setback. David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period reported on Friday morning...Show More Summary

Morning Skate: Your favorite NHL player is probably broken

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Morning Skate: The race for Nolan Patrick is well underway

He'll be the top prize at the draft in a few months. You love hockey. You love SB Nation. You love reading hockey at SB Nation. Search your feelings. You know these things are true. But life's too busy to browse the whole network for news. Show More Summary

Way-Too-Early Ranking of the Top Candidates for the 2016-17 Calder Trophy

The National Hockey League is shifting towards a playing style where speed and skill are rewarded. That favors young players. They may not yet have all of the tools to play a physical game, but they have developed under today's intense minor-hockey programs, where they've developed the tools they need to have an immediate impact. Show More Summary

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