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Wicked Angles: The pros and cons of single-elimination playoffs

Why the next era of PHF playoff hockey should have true series and not single-elimination showdowns.

Wicked Angles: PHF, teams need to turn their eyes toward an overlooked market in women’s hockey

While the league has pushed a family-friendly image overall, the adults in the room have a lot to offer, especially the younger ones.

Wicked Angles: Video review a necessary, yet underutilized change for the PHF

It’s not clear whether or not the refs have been given enough guidance on the new video review system — yet another hallmark of miscommunication in the PHF.

Wicked Angles: what “getting uncomfortable” means in the PHF

Editorial: One league, under Barstool: The PHF’s near-miss at partnering with a media menace

And this is all I’ll have to say about that.

Editorial: Foresight, communication, clarity: what the NWHL must still work on in seasons to come

Interim Commissioner Ty Tumminia counts the season in Lake Placid as a success — but does that mean anything in the wake of so many stumbles?

The Hockey Hall Of Fame isn’t doing enough to recognize women’s hockey

Eight women in 11 years isn’t good enough.

Editorial: The Undecided

Reflecting on the state of professional women’s hockey

The NWHL and the NHL: what can women’s hockey gain — and lose?

While recent partnerships with NHL teams have a lot of promise, there’s a downside to involving men’s hockey with women’s hockey’s interests.