Kevin Paul Dupont

Dupont, a former staff writer at the Boston Herald American and the New York Times, has been a senior staff writer in the Sports department since 1985 whose specialty is the National Hockey League. He began his journalism career at the Globe as a copyboy in 1973.

Latest stories

Next generation of tennis stars is serving notice

By Kevin Paul Dupont , Globe Staff

Grigor Dimitrov, Milos Raonic, Eugenie Bouchard, and Petra Kvitova are just a few of the emerging superstars in tennis.


Little-known Camogie remains her sport of choice

By Kevin Paul Dupont , Globe Staff

Camogie, perhaps the tiniest speck in the universe of sport, is at the center of Caroline Hanley’s athletic being.

on second thought

Birdwatchers have their eyes on the prize

By Kevin Paul Dupont , Globe Staff

Food, shower, and bed are all optional for these enthusiasts when the sky is open for business.

On second thought

Outdoors coverage is a thing of the past

By Kevin Paul Dupont , Globe Staff

The great outdoors is still great, but it’s not nearly as big and bountiful as it once was here in the sports section.