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Soul on Ice
A growing number of black players are making their mark in a league that until recently has been known for its insensitivity.
On And On And On And...
...on. Gordie Howe is skating in his fifth decade, and while his legs are not what they used to be, his heart, head—and elbows—are
Hockey's Little Helpers
The legal drug of choice in the NHL is Sudafed--not for cold relief, but for the on-ice boost it offers
The Wrecking Yard
As they limp into the sunset, retired NFL players struggle with the game's grim legacy: a lifetime of disability and pain
The Great Ones
Wayne Gretzky's handpicked team gave Canada the gold it craved in a tournament that showcased hockey at its best
A Reminder of What We Can Be
At a time when international tensions and domestic frustrations had dampened traditional American optimism, the underdog U.S. Olympic hockey team gave the entire nation a lift by defeating the world's top team, the Soviets, and ultimately winning the gold medal. Those youngsters did so by means of the old-fashioned American work ethic, which some people feared was disappearing from the land
The Best And Getting Better
At 20, Wayne Gretzky is without question the NHL's top player. All that's left to ask is: How good will he become?
The Golden Goal
The U.S. went bonkers when Mike Eruzione's shot beat Vladimir Myshkin for the winning goal as America's Team stunned the once invincible Soviets en route to the Olympic title
Fathering out-of-wedlock kids has become commonplace among athletes, many of whom seem oblivious to the legal, financial and emotional consequences