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ICYMI: Hockey Player Who Protests Anthem Gets Invited to Tampa Police Department...Here's What Happened

Protests of the national anthem arent just happening in the NFL Tampa Bay Lightning forward J.T. Brown raised his fist in the air during The Star Spangled Banner earlier this month, and also before a pre-season game in September against the Panthers.

Morning Skate: Blues falter for the first time this season thanks to tiny mistakes

Special teams were the end for St. Louis in their first loss off the season. 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

Morning Skate: The only thing hotter than Alex Ovechkin right now is the sun

On Wednesday, Ovechkin hit the eight-goal mark after just four games. 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

Morning Skate: Devils' early season success tied to contributions from newcomers

Jesper Bratt and Marcus Johansson were just the latest Devils to step up big. 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

Black NHL player gets death threats for raising his fist during the national anthem

last weekNews : The Raw Story

J.T. Brown, a forward for the Tampa Bay Lightning professional hockey team, has been getting death threats after he raised his fist during the national anthem at a game this past weekend. Via ESPN, Brown this week posted a message on his Twitter page talking about the threats and racist abuse that...

National Anthem Protest Makes Its Way to Hockey

The sports world's racial justice protests that started a year ago when former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernik started kneeling during the "Star-Spangled Banner" have come at last to professional hockey. On Saturday night, J.T. Brown, a forward with the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning, kept his right fist raised during...

Top 10 Picks for a Fantasy Social Media Draft

The trees are changing colors, the air's getting a little crisper, and it's football season--not to mention that soon we'll have new National Basketball Association and National Hockey League seasons, Major League Soccer playoffs and more. In honor of the season, Umbel put together our fantasy lineup of socially engaged pro teams. How did we...

BOOM! Hockey Ratings Up 50 Percent Over Last Year as Kneeler-Ball Continues to Lose Viewers

The NFL ratings continue to crash as the players continue their anti-military protests during the national anthem. Ratings for Monday Night Football were down again this week. 'Monday Night Football' Ratings Crash, As Fans Continue to...Show More Summary

Morning Skate: In hindsight, Antti Niemi was lucky to be pulled in dismal Penguins’ loss

The Blackhawks hung 10 on the defending champions, but their goaltending situation has come into question. You love hockey. You love SB Nation. You love reading hockey at SB Nation. Search your feelings. You know these things are true. Show More Summary

Devils enter partnership with NWHL's Riveters

Devils announce first strategic partnership between an NHL team and a National Women's Hockey League squad        

Devils partner with women's pro hockey team in New Jersey

The New Jersey Devils have become the first NHL franchise to partner with a National Women's Hockey League team        

Morning Skate: The NHL is back, and so are all the young stars you love

Connor McDavid and Auston Matthews wasted no time to get rolling, to the delight of us all. 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

Nashville Predators Star P.K. Subban Opens Up About The National Anthem Protests

Nashville Predators defenseman P.K. Subban has publicly expressed his feelings about the ongoing national anthem protests in the NFL. The National Hockey League star recently remarked about the controversy while appearing at a fundraiser...Show More Summary

Twitter Is Ready to Drop the Puck on the 2017-18 NHL Season

The puck drops on the 2017-18 National Hockey League season Oct. 4, and Twitter is ready to go. Twitter Canada head of sports Christopher Doyle shared the social network's season preview in a blog post. Going into the new season, the five NHL clubs with the most followers are: Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) Toronto Maple Leafs...

Sharks' Joel Ward won't kneel for national anthem, goal is 'moving progress forward'

2 weeks agoSports / Hockey : USAToday: NHL

Sharks forward Joel Ward says that while he respexts his brothers' decisions, he won't kneel as he seeks to continue to make a difference outside the hockey arena.        

NHL player Joel Ward says he won’t kneel during the national anthem

2 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

As one of the NHL’s few black players and with pro hockey season fast approaching, San Jose Sharks forward Joel Ward had a decision to make: Would he protest police brutality and racial inequality by taking a knee on the ice during the playing of the national anthem, as many NFL players have done this […]

San Jose Sharks' Joel Ward hasn't ruled out taking knee during national anthem

2 weeks agoSports / Hockey : USAToday: NHL

Ward, a Canadian and one of only about 25 black players in the NHL, said he has experienced racism all throughout his hockey career and personal life.        

Stanley Cup champion Penguins accept White House invitation

2 weeks agoSports / Hockey : USAToday: NHL

The National Hockey League's reigning champion Pittsburgh Penguins announced they've accepted a White House invitation from President Donald Trump        

Kings beat Canucks 4-3 after shootout in China

2 weeks agoSports / Hockey : USAToday: NHL

The Los Angeles Kings beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-3 in a shootout to win both of the National Hockey League's first preseason games in China        

Morning Skate: GM Dale Tallon keeps undoing all of the Panthers' hard work

Florida’s recent trade of Jason Demers is the latest head-scratching move from the Panthers’ front office. You love hockey. You love SB Nation. You love reading hockey at SB Nation. Search your feelings. You know these things are true. Show More Summary

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