If rusty legs were thought to be a concern for the Vegas Golden Knights as the awaited puck drop on their Round 2 Western Conference matchup, Alex Tuch helped quell any such thoughts in the series opener.
Originally aired March 5, 2003, this week's episode features Glen Murray, who hits the "Big Dig" construction site with host Brett Lindros, on the cusp of back-to-back NHL All-Star outings with the Boston Bruins.
Jake DeBrusk is making the most out of his first Stanley Cup Playoffs. Wednesday night, the forward scored a pair of goals that included the series-clinching goal in the back-and-forth 7-4 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Frederik Andersen thrived when the stakes were highest for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who staved off elimination to skate away with a 3-1 win backed by the Dane's 32-save performance.
Jake Guentzel netted his first five-point NHL outing (4-1–5) and the second hat trick of his young Stanley Cup Playoffs career to help the Pittsburgh Penguins close out their first-round series by eliminating the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 6.
When stakes are high Nicklas Backstrom just has a habit of coming in clutch, and his three-point Saturday night that included the series-swaying, game-winning goal was no different.
Andrew Hammond helped keep the Colorado Avalanche's postseason dreams alive with a 44-save performance in a 3-2 win Friday night to force a Game 6 in the club's first-round series.
Brad Marchand stepped up for the Boston Bruins to score the go-ahead goal in Thursday night's 3-1 Game 4 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The smooth-skating Fedorov was one fifth of the famed “Russian Five”. In this week’s episode, we revisit the 2003-04 season, which marked Fedorov's departure from the club he won three Stanley Cups with.
Martin Jones turned aside 30 shots in a 2-1 win, going a perfect 4-0 to help the San Jose Sharks sweep their Western Conference First Round against the Anaheim Ducks.
Vezina Trophy finalist Connor Hellebuyck turned aside 30 shots on goal for his first NHL career postseason shutout – and the first in Winnipeg Jets franchise history.
Nathan MacKinnon helped the Avalanche to a huge Game 3 win, earning the game's first star with a pair of goals in Colorado's first win in two years against the Nashville Predators.
Sidney Crosby posted a four-point night to bring him 171 in his NHL postseason career, moving the Pittsburgh Penguins captain one point away from tying Mario Lemieux for the franchise record in postseason points.
David Pastrnak sure did a lot of damage with 15:46 of ice time – including an NHL record and his first postseason hat trick.
Brian Elliott picked up his first Stanley Cup Playoffs win with the Philadelphia Flyers to help even their series at one apiece. Elliott turned aside 34 of 35 shots he faced, including 31 consecutively.
With a pair of assists and a beautiful overtime game-winning goal, Artemi Panarin helped the Columbus Blue Jackets claw their way back to the first overtime victory of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
In this week’s episode, we learn that Joe Nieuwendyk didn’t always have his sights set on hockey. In fact, it wasn’t even his best sport!
Marc-Andre Fleury stole the show, and every shot he faced Wednesday night to help the Vegas Golden Knights to a 1-0 win in the team's first Stanley Cup Playoffs appearance.
Claude Giroux finished 2017-18 strong earning his first NHL career regular-season hat trick while setting a career high in points as his club punched their ticket to the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Shane Doan comes from a long line of hockey players and cowboys, so he takes us along for the ride on his horses to talk shop with host Brett Lindros, while Marc-Andre Fleury recounts his glory days with Team Canada.