Although Matt Duchene’s light on playoff experience, the Columbus centre is making the most of his third shot at the big prize.
Veteran forward Blake Comeau stopped by NHLPA.com before he and his teammates take on the Nashville Predators in the Western Conference First Round.
What made Lee a difference maker on and off the ice? Former coach Jeff Jackson offers up his thoughts in this week’s edition of My Top 5!
Which five current players continue to pile up the points in their outstanding careers?
When your team’s a player or two up, who has the knack for lighting the lamp?
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.
You don’t have to read between the lines when it comes to one of Noah Hanifin’s favourite pastimes.
The big day has come and gone.
He played soccer up until Grade 7, but it was later in life when Sam Reinhart really got a kick out of the sport.
Yes, it’s puppy love for the 24-year-old Columbus Blue Jackets forward.
These masked men have taken the opposition’s best shots and stood tall between the pipes in 2018-19.
Averaging 1.08 points per game, Gabriel Landeskog leads the way with eight in a tight race for the most game-winning goals in 2018-19 so far.
Pick a sport, any sport, and Blake Coleman has probably played it.
When he’s not busy netting short-handed goals, Mark Jankowski can be found tuning in to watch some of his all time favourite big screen flicks.
As for what made his Top 5, the St. Louis netminder chose a pair of cat-related masks, one that featured a bird and two other eye-catching creations.
For Jerry York, the long-time NCAA bench boss, Boyle worked hard to make a lasting impact on and off the ice at Boston College.
It’s a Christmas first for Columbus Blue Jackets forward Cam Atkinson and his wife Natalie, as the couple celebrates their first Holiday season with their son Declan.
Consider them Santa’s little helpers, the ones who are quick to gift-wrap perfect passes for their teammates.
Although he doesn’t know what he’ll find under his Christmas tree this year, Josh Morrissey has received plenty of memorable gifts from Santa over the years.
He’s played a leading role for the Edmonton Oilers this season, earning rave reviews for both his offensive performance and defensive prowess.