When hockey and Antoine Roussel hooked up all those years ago, the young Frenchmen was a goner.
When the highly touted kid from Switzerland completed his rookie Canadian Hockey League season, no one in the Halifax Mooseheads organization second-guessed the decision to draft him.
Wow – is there ever a lot to unpack in Two Truths and a Lie with Ted Lindsay Award finalist, Connor McDavid!
If Charlie Coyle looks like he’s feeling right at home playing for the Boston Bruins, it’s because he is.
Dallas Stars defenceman Esa Lindell has signed a $34.8 million, six-year contract that will run through the 2024-25 season.
Adam Henrique is three games into his first IIHF World Championship with Canada and he’s loved every second of the thrill of playing for his country.
Over the past few years, Lars Eller has thought about how ways he could give back to his hometown.
You don’t know Jack – or do you? Find out playing Two Truths and a Lie with Jack Eichel!
From post-game chats (or if you're Seth Jones, frantic mid-game texts) to off-ice life lessons, these players have one thing in common – moms that do it all.
Jonathan Toews was hesitant, but how many grilled cheese sandwiches Claude Giroux can eat and Marc-Andre Fleury's part-time job as a make-up artist model make the cut as we learn more about what you can't google about the players!
He is the youngest player on either roster in the Western Conference finals, but Blues rookie Robert Thomas is playing well beyond his age.
Jeff Skinner and Josh Morrissey are happy to dole out A-pluses during Teacher Appreciation Week.
Ever since Joe Pavelski went down with a gruesome head injury in the first round of the playoffs, the mantra for the San Jose Sharks has been to stay alive in the post-season long enough for their captain to come back to the ice.
Jordan Binnington still doesn't look nervous.
If the way Jamie McGinn finished the season wasn’t enough evidence that he’s kissed his back woes goodbye, consider his reaction when brother Brock scored in double-overtime to send the Carolina Hurricanes to the second round.
If you didn’t know the name Warren Foegele before the Stanley Cup Playoffs started, you certainly know it now.
Brett Pesce’s former collegiate coach can’t pass up the opportunity to heap praise on the defenceman’s penchant for precision passes.
Three seasons ago, as the Barrie Colts toured the highways of the Ontario Hockey League, Kevin Labanc ruled the back of the bus with Michael Webster and Justin Scott.
Who’s the most vocal player in the New York Islanders? Lehner’s storybook season recently added a couple of other chapters.
Thirty months ago, Mattias Janmark felt like his right knee was loaded with explosives. He was in pain. He was confused as to why he couldn’t straighten out his leg.