For those of you that don't remember, Brendan Burke was the Miami University (Ohio) hockey team Student Manager, son of Toronto Maple Leaves GM Brian Burke, that came out as gay, to the world, in an attempt to help break down that barrier in sports, then tragically died in a car accident a few months after that (February 2010). Logo put together a documentary about him and aired it on Saturday. It is now online for any interested.
EDIT: It is 40 minutes long, so it takes some time to watch.
Don't really like Rico, don't really like Miami, but major credit has to go to them for the way they responded to the entire saga, from Burke coming out to his death. I found the link to this documentary on a twitter devoted to Michigan Hockey, (http://twitter.com/UmPuckhead) as a retweet from Chris Wideman, a current senior D-man at Miami, who played on the team while Burke was managing them. Really inspiring stuff, by Brendan himself and in the way so many other people treated it.