For those—gay and straight—who think that ice hockey is a blood sport populated by gap-toothed Saskatchewan farm boys pummeling each other with their fists and sticks, the term "gay hockey" might seem like a contradiction in terms. But don't tell Bobby Cronin that gay men are better at salchows than slap shots. The theater director from Massachusetts (currently residing on the Upper East Side) laced up his first pair of hockey skates when he was three, was recruited by Yale to play on their varsity team, and now plays in a rec league at Chelsea Piers. He's also a coach for the New York City Gay... More >>>