What do you get when you pair an American-born hockey player with a Canadian-born hockey player?
When your team’s a player or two up, who has the knack for lighting the lamp?
What exactly does Colton Sissons do to help his team get the win? Just about anything you can think of.
How a collegiate career with the University of Maine Black Bears set Nyquist on course towards a prosperous NHL career.
The 28-year-old Ontario native stopped by NHLPA.com to offer up his five favourite non-hockey athletes, a list that includes a pair of soccer standouts and an NBA talent who always brings the Thunder.
Travis Hamonic talks about the importance of making a difference in the lives of Indigenous young people through The Northern Project.
For those who know him well, seeing the 34-year-old veteran join some impressive company is certainly cause for celebration.
You don’t have to read between the lines when it comes to one of Noah Hanifin’s favourite pastimes.
Garry Davidson recalls two particular conversations he had with Carter Hart in his office, each one leaving a lasting impression on the Everett Silvertips GM.
It was a grand gesture delivered in a most humble way. And just exactly what you would expect from Zach Hyman.
What do the Winnipeg Jets get in acquiring Kevin Hayes? Not only do they net a serious offensive contributor, they also land a “funny, witty guy.”
The big day has come and gone.
The Halifax Mooseheads organization knew they were getting a good one when they drafted the kid from Denmark sixth overall in the 2013 Canadian Hockey League Import Draft.
Tampa’s talented right wing and the NHL’s leading scorer, reeled off four consecutive multi-point games over the past week, and also lit up the scoresheet with five points last night.
Before he went on to have a distinguished career wearing the maple leaf, a young Jordan Eberle got his first taste of what national pride meant while playing hockey in the Yukon.
He played soccer up until Grade 7, but it was later in life when Sam Reinhart really got a kick out of the sport.
Each and every time Kyle Palmieri meets with a military member, he takes away something meaningful from the conversation.
What was the best part of working part time for his dad? For Alex DeBrincat, it was the chance to hone his hockey skills.
Yes, it’s puppy love for the 24-year-old Columbus Blue Jackets forward.
The beast from Hockey East is now an NHL monster.