This Week in the Voice: Hockey skates on into D.C.
In this week’s feature, Kevin Huggard covers the slow but steady growth of hockey in D.C. and even at Georgetown.
With its mild winters and mid-Atlantic location, the District lacks a long hockey history that cities like Boston, Chicago, and Detroit boast. For a long time, enthusiasm for the sport remained confined to such colder climes. Slowly, however, that has begun to change, with Washington, D.C. on the leading edge of the game’s expansion. While the winter ice may be thicker in Montreal and Toronto, Canada’s game has arrived in America’s capital, and it does not seem likely to leave.
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