Sonny Sachdeva
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Outsports
Outsports founders on creating space for LGBTQ voices in sports media
Sonny Sachdeva
Outsports.com has long been the leading voice on the sports world’s engagement with the LGBTQ community. But its founders are most proud of the bridges they built and the personal stories they've been able to tell.
Prospect of Interest: Tim Stutzle building on Germany's historic momentum
Sonny Sachdeva
The Interview: Zach Sullivan on coming out and how hockey embraced him
Sonny Sachdeva
In January, Manchester Storm defenceman Zach Sullivan made history with a single tweet, becoming the first active pro hockey player to come out as bisexual. He describes what led to that moment and the importance of the hockey community's response.
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Why hockey is more than a pastime for Enoch Cree Nation
Sonny Sachdeva
After three decades without a minor-hockey association, Enoch Cree Nation has become a local force. But bringing the game back was never about winning titles.
Pavel Barber teaches you how to master Malkin's backhand spinorama
Sonny Sachdeva
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How Pride Tape brought the rainbow, and the conversation, to the NHL
Sonny Sachdeva
In the five years since Pride Tape was first dreamed up, it has become common in NHL rinks. But that buy-in was never the end goal — merely the start of a push for greater LGBTQ rights in hockey.
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NHL's Kim Davis: 'We're at a point where there's no turning back'
Sonny Sachdeva
Kim Davis, the NHL's executive vice president of social impact, growth initiatives and legislative affairs, joined Sportsnet 590 and Sportsnet 650 to discuss the weight of this current moment, and the NHL's plans for fighting systemic racism in hockey.
Inside the Highlight Reel: Breaking down Alex Ovechkin's go-to move
Sonny Sachdeva
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GTHL director: 'We know we need to be better. We know we need to do more'
Sonny Sachdeva
In the wake of continued criticism over its refusal to disclose data related to in-game racial slurs, the Greater Toronto Hockey League reversed course Friday and released a portion of its in-house data to the public.