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    The NHL uses women's hockey players for a PR boost. It needs to fund a league instead.

    For the past few years, the NHL has worked to integrate women’s hockey into one of its marquee events, NHL All-Star Weekend. In 2018, members of the U.S. Olympic women’s hockey team demonstrated drills for the All-Star skills competition. The following year, Team USA star Kendall Coyne-Schofield competed in the fastest skater competition and Brianna Decker aced the passing drill. Both events were met with wide support from the players and the public.
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    I agree, the NHL needs to step in and fund the league. They will take a loss on their 'investment', that they probably don't honestly want to do, but it's the only way a pro women's hockey league can survive when they need to pay its playing a living wage to play pro.
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