- MLS gaining on MLB?
- Spurs good chance at title?
- LeBron mentoring Paul George?
- Tough choice for Texans at No. 1?
- Noah wants 'Melo on Bulls
- Bears, Hester part ways
- Brandon Browner treated fairly?
- Big moves made at NHL deadline
- Steelers to keep Polamalu
- Is struggling Syracuse doomed?
- Washington Nationals in 2014?
- Santana signs with Orioles
- Final Verdict -- College Basketball
- Longer PATs in the NFL?
- LeBron, Durant in tight MVP race
- Should LeBron James honor Z?
- Is Steve Nash's career over?
- Tiger Woods' struggles continue
- Your thoughts on Oscars?
- Is storming the court dangerous?
- More trouble for DeMarcus Cousins
- 90 wins for the Mets?
- Danny Granger chooses Clippers
- Are Royals a sleeper in AL?
- Mike Trout about to get paid?
- Revis on the trade block
- How impressive is Wichita State?
- Blame for Cowboys' struggles?
- Add a 4-point line in NBA?
- Should Kyrie stay with Cavs?
- DeMarcus Ware's future?
- Mayweather to fight Maidana
- OK with home plate collision ban?
- Jim Harbaugh's future in San Fran
- Disappointed with medal count?
- Jason Collins makes history
- Wayne Rooney signs extension
- A union for college athletes?
- Will FSU go from 'Dallas to Dallas'?
- Jeter to retire after 2014
- MLB institutes replay challenges
Who's done the most for safety?
Hockey's icing rule can be difficult to describe. (Those who recall Chiefs goalie Denis Lemieux's explanation from "Slap Shot" know what we mean.) But there's no mystery about the potential for injury when two or more players barrel down the ice and collide with each other and the boards in pursuit of the puck. Last season, Carolina's Joni Pitkanen broke his heel in eight places on such a play. Now that the NHL and its players have agreed to a hybrid version of the icing rule in hopes of preventing such injuries, which sport needs to make a rule or equipment change to keep its athletes safe?