A late-round draft pick of the San Jose Sharks, Jason Demers, now with the Arizona Coyotes, has played in over 500 regular season NHL games. There have been more than a few memorable moments the former Quebec Major Junior League star has experienced, including a career first on November 15, 2009.
When your team needs to take advantage of a man advantage situation, these five players know how to give their respective team a lift by lighting the lamp.
Which masked man managed to make the most saves? Hint: He appeared in 73 games and was just 54 saves shy of 2,000 on the season.
Who led the way in the category in 2016-17? Hint: This Ottawa forward bested his nearest rival by a baker’s dozen.
When it comes to logging some serious ice time, these five defenceman know a thing or two about going the extra mile.
If you happen to be a man (or two) down, you might not be on the short end of the stick when it comes to these five players.
Who has the most tallies heading into the 2017-18 season? Hint: he’s a big man with nearly 1,400 regular season NHL games to his name.
From Stanley Cup champs to gold medal Olympians, these five netminders give their respective teams net gains every time they’re between the pipes.
For the most part, it’s been a laid-back, easy-going type of off-season for Chris Tierney. While there was no Shark Week viewing for the San Jose forward, there was plenty of family time and memorable vacations.
Need to win a faceoff at a crucial point in a game? Then look no further than these five players, forwards with a flair for winning puck battles.
It’s been a busy, but memorable NHL off-season for Antoine Roussel, including another cherished chance to play for his country on the world hockey stage.From concerts to family time to suiting up for France at the IIHF World Championship, Roussel presents his Top 5 Off-Season moments.
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.
In this edition of My Top 5, Couture tees up five people he’d like to play a round of golf with, a list that includes an MLB star and a San Jose teammate.
Patrick Marleau now joins a Maple Leafs team that features some of the best young players in the game. Here’s a look at some of Marleau’s most impressive numbers.
In this edition of My Top 5, the New Jersey native picks out his favourite singers/groups and reveals which one of the van Riemsdyk brothers (himself, James or Brendan) could hold his own on the concert stage.
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.
The 2017 Stanley Cup has been decided as the Pittsburgh Penguins skated away with hockey’s ultimate team trophy for the second straight season and fifth time overall. There were plenty of prime time performances throughout the Playoffs, including these five players who topped the charts in points.
Down two games to one in the Stanley Cup Final, the Nashville Predators delivered their second straight home win to even the series, as the scene now shifts to Pittsburgh for Game 5 on Thursday.
Find out who has the edge in the Stanley Cup Final, according to Brad May, as the 2007 Stanley Cup winner with the Anaheim Ducks picks his game-changers in this edition of 'My Top 5'.
Steve Duchesne carved out a reputation as a highly effective offensive defenceman over 1,113 NHL regular season and 121 playoff games. In this edition of My Top 5, the undrafted blueliner serves up his views on what a defenceman can do to boost their team’s post-season fortunes.