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'A movement not a moment': NHL focuses on racial diversity

The NHL is taking steps to improve diversity on the ice and in the stands, a long overdue pursuit aimed at expanding hockey's footprint globally and closing the popularity gap with other leagues in the U.S. Raising minority participation in management, coaching and officiating is part of a long-term plan executives hope changes the very face of hockey in the coming years.

Edmonton Oilers left wing Evander Kane, centre, in L.A., on May 6, 2022. (Mark J. Terrill / AP)

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