With a visit to his new city and freshly designed gear almost in hand, the Henrik Lundqvist is feeling right at home with the Washington Capitals.
With players heading back to work after a lengthy pause, a few of them share the first jobs they ever had!
Kevin Hayes and Derek Stepan recall one of their favourite memories from the road during their time with the New York Rangers.
With hockey on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we bet we can guess what TV show Henrik Lundqvist is binge-watching right now.
Which player (eventually) mustered up the courage, who missed their shot – and who wishes they could forget their first date.
Goldberg vs Julie the Cat, scenes that stood out, and favourite memories abound as players remember the moments that stuck with them from The Mighty Ducks trilogy.
The Knuckle Puck. Is it fact or fiction? Goalie's worst nightmare or a skater's favourite trick (or both)? That and more as players recall the signature move from The Mighty Ducks!
From building their own pads to having to make do with their older brothers' gear, players fondly reminisce on their first pieces of hockey equipment.
Marc-Andre Fleury and Nathan MacKinnon had some fun with this one, but Jamie Benn may have won best caption.
While his greatest masterpieces have come between the pipes, Henrik Lundqvist recently showed his creative touch outside of the crease.
It has been a dozen years since a Lundqvist won an Olympic hockey gold medal, but the younger of the Swedish twins Henrik and Joel hopes to end the drought.
NHLPA Goals & Dreams has been a proud supporter of grassroots hockey since the inception of the player's program in 1999. Hear more about the program from the players themselves!
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 the global, grassroots program in the final instalment of this three-part series.
From Swedish meatballs and IKEA furniture to beloved Muppets character, the Swedish Chef, Swedish NHL'ers confirm or debunk what many North Americans consider to be staples in Sweden.
Henrik Lundqvist turned aside 26 shots Tuesday to help the New York Rangers climb back into their Eastern Conference Second Round series with a 4-1 Game 3 win at Madison Square Garden.
Before he was dubbed King Henrik, the man behind the mask was inspired in the stands by Frölunda Hockey Club. Well, the King hath recently returned to his homeland — and bearing gifts to boot.
The NHLPA Goals & Dreams fund and Lundqvist presented Frölunda Hockey Club with donation of 60 sets of equipment during the Rangers Assist youth program’s visit.
March 2nd marked a full day of exciting World Cup of Hockey 2016 announcements including initial roster unveils and team uniform unveils.
Sidney Crosby, Ryan Getzlaf, Henrik Lundqvist, Ryan Kesler, and David Backes describe how it felt to represent their countries in past Olympic Games and how they're feeling heading into Sochi.
Before becoming Olympians themselves, Henrik Lundqvist, Ryan Kesler, and David Backes took in the games as fans.