1. NHL Fans Take A Knee After Players Remain Standing During Anthems  HuffPost Canada
  2. NHL fans are kneeling at home because players won't protest during national anthem  Sporting News
  3. Weekly Question: Should we be supporting the NHL?  Silver Seven
  4. Hockey fans are taking a knee for Black lives after the NHL didn't | Offside  Daily Hive
  5. NHL to honor Black Lives Matter, frontline workers with #WeSkateFor initiative  theScore
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Eric Trump praised the players for not kneeling during the anthems.Eric Trump praised the players for not kneeling during the anthems.

NHL Fans Take A Knee After Players Remain Standing During Anthems | HuffPost Canada

The NHL returned to the ice this week, with exhibition games in the hub cities of Toronto and Edmonton. None of the teams took a knee during the anthems.The NHL returned to the ice this week, with exhibition games in the hub cities of Toronto and Edmonton. None of the teams took a knee during the anthems.

The trend went viral on social media Friday afternoon.The trend went viral on social media Friday afternoon.

NHL fans are kneeling at home because players won't protest during national anthem | Sporting News

The Capitals have come a long way from that team that could barely fill half its arena in the suburbs. Just ask Gary Bettman.The Capitals have come a long way from that team that could barely fill half its arena in the suburbs. Just ask Gary Bettman.

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman on Alex Ovechkin's pursuit of Wayne Gretzky's record: 'We're going to all enjoy the ride' | NBC Sports Washington

Black Girl Hockey Club Launched #Kneel4Hockey On Twitter & NHL Fans Show Support As sporting events come back from being on a break due to the pandemic, some leagues are taking a huge stance for the black lives matter movement. Others are not. Some NHL fans are criticizing players for

Black Girl Hockey Club Launched #Kneel4Hockey On Twitter & NHL Fans Show Support  | Hot97

The NHL launched its #WeSkateFor campaign but some critics say it falls short.The NHL launched its #WeSkateFor campaign but some critics say it falls short.

Hockey fans make #Kneel4Hockey trend to support BLM - Chicago Tribune

U.S. national anthem protests (2016–present) - Wikipedia

Trending News & Rumors for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Soccer & MoreThe NHL announced it will show support for Black Lives Matter and other social justice movements when the postseason begins Saturday.Players will wear "#WeSkateFor Equality" helmet decals and receive sweaters to customize with the hashtag and the name of a person or movement they are representing.#WeSkateForBlackLives will also be displayed on digital screens and seat coverings at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto and Rogers Place in Edmonton.The initiative is also intended to honor frontline workers amid the coronavirus pandemic."We believe in terms of focusing on the need to combat racism and to also pay tribute to the responders from the medical community of COVID-19, we think we'll be paying the appropriate respect and focusing on, particularly, social justice," NHL commissioner Gary Bettman told NBC News' Craig Melvin on Friday. "That is something that is a priority for us going forward."San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane, who is the co-head of the Hockey Diversity Alliance, ripped the league Thursday for its social justice efforts thus far. "The NHL can put 'Black Lives Matter' all over the rink, shout 'Black Lives Matter' from the mountains," Kane said. "No matter what they do or say, it's all going to fall on deaf ears with me and every other person in the HDA because the league has made no effort to support its own Black players."Colorado Avalanche forward and HDA member Nazem Kadri also criticized the league this week for its lack of action."From a league standpoint, I think we'd like to maybe see a little more acknowledgment and having them address the situation and know that they stand with their players," he said.Kadri and teammate Pierre-Edouard Bellemare stood side by side in solidarity with Minnesota Wild players Matt Dumba and Jordan Greenway during the anthems before the two teams squared off in an exhibition game Wednesday. All four players are racial minorities.