As the NHL held its second Gaming World Championship, experiencing viewership growth across the board, executives are optimistic about the future.
During his 17-year career, Kenny Lofton made sure he was always giving back. Now he’s hoping to extend his philanthropic efforts, as well as other former pros. The six-time Major League Baseball All-Star said between having large hearts and a privilege to earn money playing a game helps position many professional athletes to serve communities during their playing careers. However, when they’re done playing, that platform can disappear. To help solve that problem, Lofton has co-founded the Still Got Game […]
While in Las Vegas for its annual NHL Awards event celebrating last year’s top players, the league also took the time to examine its future, with a focus on advancing diversity and gender equality across hockey. The NHL held its inaugural diversity summit, which featured several announcements and panels, including tennis great Billie Jean King Officially titled “Declaring our Principles – Advancing Equity: A Summit on Inclusion,” the NHL announced a partnership with the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative, while […]
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