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.
NHL Power Rankings: Checking in on 'Cy Young candidates' from all 32 teams
Ryan Dixon
In honour of MLB rousing from its winter hibernation and teams infiltrating cities across Florida and Arizona, we decided to adopt a baseball theme for this edition of the power rankings and identify some Cy Young guys for all 32 teams.
NHL Mock Trades: Red Wings get coveted defenceman, Devils swing big for goalie
Ryan Dixon
Weekend Takeaways: Glory for the goalies and a hat trick for Weegar
Ryan Dixon
Even for by their own wild and wonderful standards, NHL goalies are having themselves a year.
Projecting Team USA's 4 Nations Face-Off roster
Ryan Dixon
Are we looking at the Four Nations Faceoff favourites? Scour the United States' lineup and you won’t find a weak spot.
NHL Power Rankings: Who is in the mix for roster spots at 4 Nations Face-Off?
Ryan Dixon
Projecting Team Finland's 4 Nations Face-Off roster
Ryan Dixon
When you’re the fourth-best team in an event that has “Four” right there in the title, you’re obviously facing an uphill path to victory. Then again, who's a better underdog than the Finns?
Counterpunch from Maple Leafs stars provides roadmap to rollicking win over Dallas
Ryan Dixon
The road map to a rollicking 5-4 victory over the Stars for the Maple Leafs included three man-advantage markers and an incredible third-period counterpunch from Toronto's highest-paid players.
All-Star Weekend Takeaways: How the NHL brought fun back to the skills competition
Ryan Dixon
Weekend Takeaways: No surprise to see steady Stars at top of conference
Ryan Dixon
Sometimes it seems like the Dallas Stars can slip through the cracks of the Western Conference contenders conversation. And, to be fair, there are often more obvious reasons to talk about other squads.