In ESPN The Magazine's 15 anniversary issue, Mag 15, David Fleming writes about Eric Lindros, who unintentionally became the poster boy for the concussion crisis when he challenged hockey's play-though-it culture.
In ESPN The Magazine, Chris Gigley writes that since the lockout ended, there's been an influx of fists this season in the NHL. Fights are happening early and often in games, and no one is crying uncle just yet.
In ESPN The Magazine's DC Issue, Sarah Turcotte writes about Alex Ovechkin's changed place in the District. Once the rookie sensation, he's gone seven years without a ring and has lost his luster for fans.
Chris Jones didn't think anyone could be as excited as he was to spend time with the Stanley Cup. But in his town of Port Hope, eastern Canada, the Cup is a religious artifact. He writes about his time with the trophy in ESPN The Magazine.