Being the captain of an NHL team is an honour that any player to ever suit up in the league would graciously and humbly accept.
Drew Doughty has found his game and has emerged as one of the driving forces behind the Kings’ push to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Modano retires from the game this week as one of the faces of the modern NHL game.
The native of Maple Ridge, B.C. has enjoyed success in many forms since breaking into the league with the Carolina Hurricanes.
James has continued to mature both physically and mentally as a player, becoming a prized asset for the Philadelphia Flyers.
Ethan's work-ethic and approach to the game have endeared him to players and fans alike
When it comes to hockey, Montreal Canadiens fans definitely love a showman, a spark-plug, a player with charisma and, above all else, an amazing talent.
Brooks has really rounded into an effective player over the past few seasons.
Mark has been contributing in all areas of the game, from bringing his Stanley Cup rings into the dressing room to provide inspiration to his teammates.
Brad Marchand proud to bring high-energy to the Bruins line-up game-in & game-out
With six points in the past two games, Henrik has turned it on when the Canucks have needed him the most.
Like fine wine, Dwayne Roloson seems to continue to get better with age.
Some players seem custom made to play when the stakes are highest.
The dynamic centre seems to have found a comfort zone with his abilities and his role in recent months for the Lightning.
Tootoo has shown through his style of play, and his timely scoring, that he is tailor-made for playoff hockey.
Pavel Datsyuk regularly displaying his dynamically incredible hockey skills, yet seemingly still able to go about quietly conducting his life
Hartnell has been a key catalyst early on in 2011-12 – enjoying great chemistry on the ‘G line&rsquo.
There is nothing like a & local-boy makes good story to stir the emotions in a city.
The young, American-born hockey star in Nashville is unique amongst his current NHLPA members and in the grand history of the game
the great-grandson of Habs legend Howie Morenz became the fourth generation of that family to play at the highest level of hockey.