The UHL and NHLPA through the Goals & Dreams fund have announced the launch of the All-Star Hero campaign to recognize military personnel and their families for their services.
What she thought he'd be, what she's learned from him, and the gift only a mother would love most in this week's special edition Player Q&A with Gaby Burns, mother of Brent Burns (who also calls him Burnzie!).
Which five current NHL D-men get an A-plus when it comes to contributing the most on the scoresheet in the Stanley Cup Playoffs?
When it comes to loading up and letting it fly, these five stars crank it up and fire away more than any other players in the league.
NHLPA Goals & Dreams ensures the great game of hockey is available to as many children as possible, a priority to the players. Learn more about how the players give back to their roots in part two of this three-part series.
As the NHL season gets underway, there is a sense of optimism in the air for every player and team in the league.
2017 Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award and 2017 King Clancy Memorial Trophy winner Nick Foligno discusses the significance of the Ted Lindsay Award and what makes this year's finalists so remarkable.
Will it be No. 87, No. 88 or No. 97 that receives this year’s Ted Lindsay Award? Before the winner is revealed on June 21, check out some of the big-time numbers posted by this trio of NHL talents.
Brent Burns is a first-time Ted Lindsay Award finalist and is the first defenceman to be voted a finalist in 17 years. Burns set single-season franchise records with the San Jose Sharks for goals and points by a defenceman.
Burns, Crosby and McDavid were voted "Most Outstanding Player" finalists by fellow players.
NHL Players like Brent Burns, Charlie Coyle, Matt Hendricks & Nate Schmidt talk about their respect and admiration for the people who protect our freedom.
Sharp dressed man Brent Burns helped lead the Sharks to a Game 4 victory and a 3-1 series lead
Brent Burns is always willing to work overtime in support of Goals & Dreams & Defending the Blue Line
The players and their families are enjoying the atmosphere and experience of Las Vegas at the 2015 NHL Awards
The Ottawa Senators’ Bobby Ryan and the San Jose Sharks’ Brent Burns discover whose hockey skills are #payWaveFast.
The San Jose Sharks defenseman shaved off his “mountain man” look this week for charity.
Brent Burns brings both his on and off-ice traits to the Sharks with the hope that he can help make the ultimate difference
Brent Burns receives surprise military awards at Minnesota Goals & Dreams event