The NHLPA-supported Charity Ping-Pong Challenge, in the name of concussion and rare cancer research, hit new heights as Patrick Eaves earned a fifth straight title.
We went ‘In The Locker Room’ to ask players how they plan to treat their significant other on the most romantic day of the year!
Beth and Mike Eaves were brought to tears recently when their son presented them with a framed bachelor of arts diploma.
It was competitive, it was fun, and as four-peat champion Patrick Eaves put it best, everyone walked away a winner.
Patrick Eaves, who was limited to just two NHL games in 2017-18, can’t wait for the puck to drop on the new season. But before it does, the right wing has one order of business to take care of.
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.
To say that Patrick Eaves has been a smashing success at Smashfest would be a huge understatement. Eaves looks to serve up his third consecutive Smashfest crown on an evening that brings out NHL players, pro athletes, celebrities and hockey fans.
New teammates. Beard barbs. Cy Young digs. Patrick Eaves is fitting in just fine in Anaheim.
In this week's Player Q&A, we find out why Patrick Eaves is the back-to-back, defending Smashfest Champion.