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Wednesday Habs Headlines: The hockey world’s responses on “Blackout Tuesday”

The hockey world begins to reflect on itself as Tuesday marked a day of solidarity for the Black Lives Matter movement both on- and offline.

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  • Other prominent hockey figures weighed in on racism in sport and society. [Steven Stamkos | Kendall Coyne Schofield]
  • Hockey, much like the rest of the world, is being forced to reflect on its values. [Defending Big D]
  • The gravity of the times requires your attention, if not your voice—sports will not offer a distraction. [The Athletic]
  • Bob McKenzie says that listening is as important as speaking out. [TSN]
  • Akim Aliu and Evander Kane hope that what they’re seeing around them is finally opening the eyes, ears, and minds of the hockey community at large. [TSN]
  • From Jackie Robinson to Colin Kaepernick, has sport really moved forward with regard to race? [Radio-Canada]
  • What are NHL teams really saying with their word choices when responding to the Black Lives Matter protests? [Hockey in Society]