Set for November 5, Blake Wheeler's charity initiative known as Ride Inside will raise funds in support of children and their families living with and beyond childhood cancer.
Sam Acho raised $500,000 to convert a building into a much-needed grocery store with an assist from several notable Chicago athletes, including Blackhawks newcomer, Malcolm Subban.
One of the longest-serving players in Chicago Blackhawks’ history keeps coming up with new ways to give back.
As he sat watching the television, Dumba felt much farther away than the 1,900 kilometers between where he was in Calgary and his NHL home in Minneapolis.
Tomáš Tatar’s recent visit with kids at his hometown hockey club was about remembering the past, embracing the present, and inspiring the future.
Whether it’s raising money, awareness or the roof, Michael Del Zotto is taking his off-ice profile to a whole new level.
Cam Atkinson is raising funds for a COVID-19 testing machine through his upcoming Force Network Fund Virtual 5K with plenty of support from his Columbus Blue Jackets teammates.
The Eller family has once again stepped up to help others in their community.
It was last spring when Scott Tygard, president and executive director of the Miracle League of Music City, met Kyle Turris at a baseball park in Nashville.
The NHLPA is pleased to announce the final results of Monday’s NHLPA Open featuring Fortnite and the seven charities that will share a piece of the $200,000 charity prize pool.
What’s a little Fortnite battle between hockey players?
Jake Allen is hoping that social media sharing, a signed goalie stick and a game-used blocker can play a part in raising funds for those affected by the Nova Scotia shooting.
Just like the name of his charitable foundation, Ryan Miller is steadfast in his desire to make a difference.
Wanting to do something was the easy part. Knowing what it would be was a little more difficult.
Ryan Reaves doesn’t need to be wearing his No. 75 Vegas Golden Knights sweater to be a difference-maker.
After getting into their hockey equipment, participants of the Toronto Police Service hockey program were asked to gather in front of a door at John Booth Arena for a little surprise.
Kids Help Phone is just a phone call, text or click away. That’s one of the messages Phillip Danault, Mitch Marner and Tyler Motte want to share with those dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hockey might be hold, but that didn’t stop Jeff Skinner from stepping up and netting a natural hat trick.
Shane Hudella knows he can always count on NHL players to answer the call.
What makes the off-ice efforts of Alex Killorn, Ryan McDonagh and Kevin Shattenirk so special?