The United States national team, composed entirely of amateur and student hockey players, defeats the Soviet Union national team in the Winter Olympic Games. 1980The United States national team, composed entirely of amateur and student hockey players, defeats the Soviet Union national team in the Winter Olympic Games. 1980
12 Olympians who NEVER lost. Not once!Undefeated Olympians!! Let's have a look back at 12 Olympians who never lost at the Olympic Games. Three of them are 1. Icho Kaori - Freestyle Wrestling (2004-2016) 2. Laura Trott - Track Cycling (2012-2016) 3. Caroline Ouelette - Ice Hockey (2002-2014) 4. Chen Ruolin - Diving (2008-2016) 5. Tobias Arlt & Tobias Wendl - Luge (2014-2018) 6. Nataliya Ishchenko & Svetlana Romashina - Artistic Swimming (2008-2016) 7. Matthew Pinsent - Rowing (1992-2004) 8. Sue Bird & Diana Taurasi - Basketball (2004-2016) 9. Lisa Leslie - Basketball (1996-2008) Subscribe to the Olympics here & hit the bell! http://oly.ch/Subscribe Visit the official Olympics website for everything you need to know about the Games: http://oly.ch/Olympics
Nhl Legends Photoshopped Into Pop CultureHowdy! Being both big hockey and photoshop fans we have been having fun photoshopping the NHL since last season. We challenged ourselves to create and share a funny hockey tribute of an NHL legend every day for 100 posts. It was a great way to learn and discover how to use photoshop.1
NWHL doubles salary cap to $300K, delays Montreal expansionThe National Women’s Hockey League announced Wednesday it is doubling its salary cap to $300,000 for each of its six teams based on projections that it is making strides in achieving financial stability entering its seventh season. “Making an investment in those players by doubling the salary cap we believe is a very strong signal that we’re serious about this,” Boston Pride chairman Miles Arnone told The Associated Press. “This is something we can afford to do. It’s substantial, yet it doesn’t mark the end. It marks the beginning of a process we expect to go on over the next number of years.” At the same time, Arnone said the league is putting off adding an expansion franchise in Montreal until the 2022-23 season because of continuing uncertainties due to the coronavirus pandemic, particularly in Canada. Arnone has a stake in the BTM ownership group behind the Montreal expansion bid and operates the Toronto Six, which completed its first season.