Ryan Dixon
@dixononsports
Ryan Dixon has been covering pro sports— beginning with hockey — since 2006. After spending five years with The Hockey News, Ryan joined the Sportsnet team in 2011. He specializes in features and has written about everything from NHL stars to soccer in Northern Uganda. Ryan is the co-host of the Tape II Tape hockey podcast on Sportsnet.ca.
Inside You Can Play's fight to make sports more inclusive
Ryan Dixon
As the organization celebrates its 10th anniversary, You Can Play co-founders Brian Kitts and Glenn Witman discuss the power of allyship and inclusivity, and the work still to be done.
NHL Weekend Takeaways: Examining the future of non-playoff teams
Ryan Dixon
NHL Power Rankings: Players who made the leap this season
Ryan Dixon
With a week left in the regular season, our power rankings identify one player from each team who made a leap this year, whether that be from second line to first, or healthy scratch to starter.
Weekend Takeaways: Hart Trophy finalists could all be Canadian-based players
Ryan Dixon
Is it possible we see three guys from Canadian teams be the finalists for the Hart Trophy? While it's certainly not a sure thing, it's possible it could happen for the first time since 1955.
NHL Weekend Takeaways: Matthews is the man, but these three stars are shining too
Ryan Dixon
As Matthews dominates again, Maple Leafs secure win thanks to key contributions
Ryan Dixon
As the Toronto Maple Leafs’ latest win on Saturday night against the Montreal Canadiens was yet another episode of the universally-acclaimed Auston Matthews Show, there are a few subplots worthy of shining a light on.
NHL Power Rankings: Paying tribute to minutes munchers like Makar, Rielly
Ryan Dixon
In this week's NHL power rankings, we look at the guys playing heavy minutes for their respective clubs. Cale Makar is the top minute-man for the No. 1 club this week -- the Colorado Avalanche.
Weekend Takeaways: Capitals entering conversation among Stanley Cup contenders
Ryan Dixon
How Team Canada became "the best story in World Cup qualifying"
Ryan Dixon
Inside the perfect storm of talent and circumstance that has Canada poised to bring a nearly four decade World Cup drought to an end.