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Source: Stephen Whyno, The Associated Press, January 23, 2020 

Players in midst of fight for sustainable, fair-paying league

Annie Pankowski got an email from the NHL asking if she’d like to be a part of its All-Star Weekend and jumped at the opportunity.

Then she found out she wouldn’t be alone.

A year after U.S. teammate Kendall Coyne Schofield grabbed the spotlight by becoming the first woman to take part in the fastest skater event, she and Pankowski will be among the 20 women’s hockey players participating in a 3-on-3 game during the NHL All-Star Skills Competition on Friday night.

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