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.
Matt Duchene, Ryan Kesler, Shea Weber, Ryan Getzlaf, Jimmy Howard, David Backes, and Patrick Sharp share their favourite Olympic jersey designs from past Olympic Games.
43-year-old Selanne is once again donning the colours of Finland at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.
When it comes to Olympic brother acts, Jonathan Ericsson and his brother, Jimmie, are ready to give Team Sweden a solid one-two punch.
He is a national hero in his native Slovenia, an athlete who is loved by young and old. The feeling is more than mutual for Anze Kopitar.
What could cause two former NHL teammates to each jokingly tell the other, ‘keep your head up’?
With the 2014 Sochi Olympic hockey tournament in full-swing, Jaromir Jagr is showing that he is still one of the top players in the world.
When Tomas Tatar slips on his Team Slovakia jersey at the Winter Olympics, he has no shortage of inspiration, especially from a late countryman.
A beloved figure in his home of Latvia, a country that never sleeps when Zemgus Girgensons is playing the game.
Injuries have kept Paul Martin from wearing the USA sweater in the past, but the rearguard is ready to go for the Sochi Games.
Before becoming Olympians themselves, Henrik Lundqvist, Ryan Kesler, and David Backes took in the games as fans.
The players suiting-up in Sochi tell us what other Olympic events they’ll be following in Russia.
NHLPA.com has the rosters for the upcoming Olympic Games.
Seven-Part Series on NBCSN and CBC Will Follow More Than Two Dozen Top Players Before, During & After Their Participation in the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ Games, XXII Olympic Winter Games from Sochi, Russia, and Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic™
With the agreement for NHLPA members to participate in the Sochi Games finalized, national teams continue with their Olympic camps
The NHLPA and the NHL announced today that an agreement has been reached with the IIHF to secure participation of NHL players in the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
With bidding starting at 99 cents, hockey fans from around the world have the opportunity to own a piece of Olympic hockey history, while supporting the Hockey for Hait relief project.
Talented rookie d-man helping the Sabres strive for the Northeast title
With Olympic gold medal, Eric becomes 23rd member of Triple Gold Club
NHLPA members displayed their skills to the world on the Olympic stage