With 50 points to his name as he carries the league's longest active point streak, Nathan MacKinnon earned NHLPA.com Player of the Week.
When you ask Nathan MacKinnon’s teammates for a thought or two on what makes the 2020 Ted Lindsay Award finalist special, expect a long – and highly complimentary – response.
Of course, Nathan MacKinnon wishes he were still playing for the Stanley Cup, but after learning he won another individual award, the Colorado forward found a silver lining.
The NHL Hart Trophy voters agreed with NHL players in selecting Edmonton’s Leon Draisaitl, Colorado’s Nathan MacKinnon and Artemi Panarin of the New York Rangers as MVP award finalists.
Toronto Maple Leafs centre Auston Matthews, Colorado Avalanche centre Nathan MacKinnon and St. Louis Blues centre Ryan O'Reilly are the three finalists for the 2019-20 Lady Byng Memorial Trophy.
The NHLPA has announced the three finalists for the 2019-20 Ted Lindsay Award are forwards Leon Draisaitl, Nathan MacKinnon and Artemi Panarin.
Max Domi, Bo Horvat, Nikita Kucherov, Taylor Hall, Nathan MacKinnon, Mark Scheifele and John Tavares weigh in on who they draw inspiration and guidance from most.
There’s no doubt King James dominates on the court. But our players have spoken – and they all want to see LeBron on skates!
Jonathan Toews was quicker to the chirp than he and most of these players were to guessing which gap-toothed current player said it!
Shots fired by Clayton Keller and Nathan MacKinnon, who play "Who said it" joined by Taylor Hall, Bo Horvat, Ryan Johansen, Nikita Kucherov, Dylan Larkin, Josh Manson, T.J. Oshie, Mark Scheifele and Eric Staal!
For Cam Russell, it’s the perfect example of what makes Nathan MacKinnon an elite competitor.
Edmonton Oilers centre Connor McDavid and Toronto Maple Leafs centre Auston Matthews will be two of the four team captains at the NHL all-star weekend next month in San Jose.
Some of the biggest names in the game open up about teammate gifts.
Consider them Santa’s little helpers, the ones who are quick to gift-wrap perfect passes for their teammates.
Juggling, another language, and who we could trick into touching their nose with their tongue!
Marc-Andre Fleury and Nathan MacKinnon had some fun with this one, but Jamie Benn may have won best caption.
Not to burst Patrick Kane's bubble, but the triangle may not count as musical ability.
Who can solve a Rubik’s cube and who can shuffle like a pro, while one player pulls off a magic trick in Part II of asking over a dozen players about their off-ice skills!
Which Ted Lindsay Award recipient can’t whistle, and which captain gets creative in the kitchen by throwing the recipes out the window?
Nathan MacKinnon led the league with seven points, alongside Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog, while building his season-opening point streak to eight games.