Hockey Culture: Blues’ Ryan O’Reilly on inclusiveness in hockey

Sean Leahy
·1 min read

NBC Sports has launched Hockey Culture, a multi-platform content offering dedicated to bringing equality and inclusion to hockey. Led by NBC Sports NHL analyst Anson Carter, Hockey Culture will address contemporary topics within the sport, aim to promote diversity around the game and on the ice, and increase community engagement with hockey.

Anson Carter chats with St. Louis Blues star and Conn Smythe Trophy winner Ryan O'Reilly about how his upbringing in a crowded house helped him learn to be inclusive — and how the NHL can continue to embody that spirit.

Next week’s episode will feature NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and Kim Davis, the league’s Senior EVP of Social Impact, Growth Initiatives, and Legislative Affairs.

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PREVIOUS HOCKEY CULTURE EPISODES:
Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves
Coyotes president Xavier Gutierrez
Iowa Wild/Minnesota Wild forward J.T. Brown
Oilers defenseman Darnell Nurse
Capitals beat writer Tarik El-Bashir

Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi broadcaster Harnarayan Singh
Arcadia University head coach Kelsey Koelzer

Hockey Culture: Blues’ Ryan O’Reilly on inclusiveness in hockey originally appeared on NBCSports.com