It might not be the Stanley Cup, but winning Da Beauty League’s John Scott Cup is a pretty big deal to the nearly 30 NHL players vying for it.
When it comes to being game-changers for concussion research, Logan Couture and Eric Lindros are definitely all-in.
“These kids look up to the [Hamilton] brothers," says executive director Karen Natho of the Brock Niagara Penguins, "But not just because they are hockey players. They are strong mentors and wonderful people.”
The inaugural Matt Calvert Charity Shootout was a success as Calvert, from Brandon, Man. helped raise $50,000 for the Palliative Care Unit at the Brandon Regional Health Centre.
When Mark Giordano and his wife Lauren imagined and established Team Giordano three years ago they didn’t set out to win awards for their charity work.
Created and hosted by Dominic Moore and supported by the NHLPA, Smashfest continued to grow its efforts Thursday to help fund concussion and rare cancer research with Smashfest VI, one of the most unique charitable experiences that has now raised over $665,000 to date.
For Logan Couture, the opportunity was a perfect fit. On August 16 in London, Ont., the 28-year-old San Jose centreman will host the first annual All-in for Brain Research charity event at Centennial Hall.
There was a time when Nick and Marcus Foligno would tee off, literally, on one another. On a Wednesday afternoon at Glen Abbey Golf Course, the brothers brought their now friendly sibling rivalry to the annual NHLPA Golf Tournament.
Like it does every year, the NHLPA Golf Classic brought NHL players together in the name of charity. The tournament celebrated its 25th anniversary as it was able to bring its total donation to over $3.6 million dollars since its inception in 1993.
Every summer since 1993, NHL players have gathered for the annual NHLPA Golf Classic.
He’s one of hockey’s most intense players, but don’t expect the quite the same competitive display from Matthew Tkachuk when he serves up his best shot at the Smashfest Charity Ping-Pong Challenge.
The annual NHLPA Golf Classic is set to get underway July 12 as the tournament will celebrate its 25th anniversary at Glen Abbey Golf Course.
How’s the summer of Travis Hamonic so far? Busy, but anything but boring.
Wayne Simmonds doesn’t have to wear his Philadelphia Flyers sweater to be a difference maker. A second straight 30-goal season, four game-winning tallies, and MVP honours at the NHL All-Star Game – the Wayne Train was rolling in 2016-17.
Who inspires who? During the third annual Mark Scheifele Hockey Camp this weekend the Winnipeg Jets forward, alongside a new friend named Logan, helped raise funds for KidSport Winnipeg.
The Ladd Foundation, a donor-advised fund, supports a broad range of causes, namely focused on youth and the environment, with an awareness of issues impacting the health and well-being of young people, such as disabilities, illness, mental health and poverty.
Thanks to the popular gaming platform, Twitch, a streaming service that enables people to play video games while users watch live, J.T. Brown is now sharing his hobby with hundreds of others while engaging with fans.
Charity Ping-Pong Challenge supported by the NHLPA raises funds for concussion & rare cancer research.
Not long after playing overtime hero for Ottawa in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series against the New York Rangers, Turris was once again playing hero, this time in a suit, not a Senators sweater.
The NHLPA continued its a longstanding connection with the Pioneer Park Panther Hockey Program, donating ice time at the Cambridge Ice Centre to end the team's season.