Should women's hockey be an Olympic sport?
The United States and Canada have mowed their way through the women's hockey field like the custom cutters who harvest wheat each year from Texas up through the plains to the Great White North. And everyone is in a dither about it. This will mean the death of women's hockey as an international sport, they say, because of the beatings that are being administered by both teams. Read Tracee Hamilton's full column.
February 23, 2010; 9:35 AM ET
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