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  1. After another controversial on-ice incident, NHL again fails to d...

    Scott Burnside

    When it comes to doping, drinking and gambling allegations, the NHL says all the right things. But when it comes to on-ice incidents that can really hurt the game's reputation, the league repeatedly misses the mark.

    Story | Conversation | November 19, 2007
  2. Debate over NHL's drug-testing policy rages on

    Scott Burnside

    The NHL believes it has a solid, evolving drug-testing policy. World Anti-Doping Agency president Dick Pound thinks it's a sham. And the testing debate rages on.

    Story | Conversation | August 06, 2007
  3. Pound dismisses NHL's claim of no positive tests

    The NHL is trying to fool the public with a flawed anti-doping program, the chairman of the World Anti-Doping agency said Tuesday.

    Story | Conversation | June 13, 2006
  4. No players failed drug tests this season, NHL says

    All drug tests given to NHL players were clean during the first season of the league's anti-doping program.

    Story | Conversation | June 12, 2006
  5. Berard still eligible to play in NHL

    Bryan Berard tested positive for a banned substance, meaning he is not allowed to participate in international competition for two years.

    Story | Conversation | January 20, 2006
  6. Bettman wants Pound to defend steroid accusation

    NHL commissioner Gary Bettman wants Dick Pound to back up his claim that as many as one-third of hockey players use performance-enhancing drugs.

    Story | Conversation | December 03, 2005
  7. Pound's unfounded comments will hurt his cause

    Scott Burnside

    Dick Pound's recent comments say more about the man and his organization than they do about the NHL and its players.

    Story | Conversation | November 28, 2005
  8. NHL says Pound's claim has 'no basis in fact'

    The president of the World Anti-Doping Agency said he suspects as many as a third of the NHL's 700 players may take some form of performance-enhancing substances, a claim an NHL official said has no basis in fact.

    Story | Conversation | November 24, 2005