Gare Joyce
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Gare Joyce’s work has appeared in every publication from the New York Times to Canadian Hairdresser. He has written about a dozen books including The Code (a mystery novel that inspired the TV series Private Eyes) and The Wealthy Dentist (a tax-advice parable that allowed dental practitioners to extract your dental bills and fill unnumbered Swiss bank accounts). He has written about sports for 30 years and wandered over here from ESPN The Magazine.
A former NHLer's bravery and sacrifice on the ground in Ukraine
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Exempt from military service, Sergei Varlamov decided to stay in Kyiv anyway, ready to fight to defend his country. Now, he waits for the call that will send him to the front.
How Kevin Owens ran his mouth to WWE stardom and a fight with Stone Cold
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Shane Wright's exceptional path to the top of the NHL draft board
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He posted numbers like McDavid as a CHL rookie before the pandemic stole a year of his development. Now, Shane Wright has to prove he’s still got the potential to be a franchise player at the next level.
Inside the Michigan program dominating the NHL Draft's top 10
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With three players projected in the top 10 of the 2021 NHL Draft, including presumptive No. 1 Owen Power, the University of Michigan is cementing its status as a force in elite hockey development
Paul Maurice's guide to riding a long shot to the Stanley Cup Final
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Inside Edge’s long, winding road back to headlining WrestleMania
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He was never supposed to wrestle again. Now he’s headlining WrestleMania 37. Inside the rise, fall and improbable comeback of Edge.
Ray Schoenke's journey from NFL lineman to White House insider
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Drawn into national politics while still on the field in Washington, Ray Schoenke's four-decade run as a D.C. political player may not be over just yet.
Historian: MLB's recognition of Negro Leagues should generate excitement
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'Things aren't better': Meet the NFL's original anthem protester
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In 1968, linebacker Dave Meggyesy took a stand for civil rights and against the war in Vietnam. Football's next moves were predictable. Meggyesy's weren't.