The National Hockey League is showing support to the LGBT community, well at least one of their players is.
In a continuing effort to promote inclusivity, the National Hockey League is bringing pride to the forefront.
(AP) The National Women's Hockey League's first transgender player scored a goal in his debut, and finally got an opportunity to hear his name announced over the PA system how he always felt it should.
They may be one of the first professional North American sports leagues to have a policy for transgender players.
Jessica Platt is now the second-ever openly transgender hockey player after joining the Canadian Women’s Hockey League full-time this season.
Pro hockey player Zach Sullivan came out as bisexual via Twitter last month.