Do you remember your first screen name?
First albums aren't always age appropriate – but for different reasons depending on which player you ask!
Which player (eventually) mustered up the courage, who missed their shot – and who wishes they could forget their first date.
From why he wears No. 76 to his favourite NHL jersey when he was growing up in Rexdale, Ontario, all in this week's Player Q&A with P.K. Subban!
While Wayne Simmonds calls the Akim Aliu-Bill Peters story "extremely disheartening," he hopes it leads to better days for hockey.
P.K. Subban is leaving Music City.
Nashville Predators star defenceman P.K. Subban has reached out to a teenage hockey player facing racial abuse.
The Nashville Predators say forward Viktor Arvidsson will miss between up to eight weeks with a broken thumb, and they've also placed defenceman P.K. Subban on injured reserve.
We caught up with some of the NHL’s brightest stars and the 2017-18 TLA finalists at the NHL Awards to discuss the importance of the Ted Lindsay Award.
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?
Drew Doughty of the Los Angeles Kings, Victor Hedman of the Tampa Bay Lightning and P.K. Subban of the Nashville Predators were named the three finalists for the James Norris Memorial Trophy on Thursday.
Watch P.K. Subban transform from Nashville Predators defensive superstar, into 75-year-old Eddie, to spread holiday cheer as he strolls through Nashville on his way to surprise one of his Blueline Buddies families!
P.K. Subban has a knack for doing things with style.
PK Subban pledges $10 million to Montreal Children's Hospital in largest philanthropic donation by an athlete in Canadian history
On his way home from a restaurant in Westmount, QC, on Sunday evening, P.K. Subban noticed a group of young kids playing a game of road hockey.
Prusty 4 Kids Charity Golf Tournament continues to make a huge difference for patients at the London Children’s Hospital
P.K. Subban continues to develop both on and off the ice as he strives for growth and success in all facets of his life
P.K. Subban attends Yale women’s charity hockey game dedicated to the late Mandi Schwartz (1988-2011).
On December 19th at the Mattamy Athletic Centre (the site of old Maple Leaf Gardens), over 3,000 fans came together for the Centre’s first ever sold-out game to watch 39 NHL players hit the ice for the RBC Play Hockey Charity Challenge.
Team Stamkos defeats Team Subban in front of over 3,000 fans at the former Maple Leaf Gardens