Originally aired Feb. 29, 1996, this week’s BAP: Rewind features a relaxed, lakeside Paul Coffey fresh off his 1994-95 Norris Trophy-winning campaign.
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.
Bryan Bickell sure knows how to leave a lasting impression. Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in November, the forward announced his retirement after Carolina’s final regular season game on April 9 - and what a game it was.
Justin Faulk's number one pet peeve proves that hockey players are just ordinary people, trying to keep their homes clean.
The biggest assist in Lee Stempniak’s hockey career won’t be found on the game sheet.
The town of Marquette, Michigan showed its immense community and hockey spirit this week as the host of Kraft Hockeyville USA.
The two-time Stanley Cup champion played in 951 career games with Carolina, Chicago and Pittsburgh
Nathan Gerbe's tenacity & dedication to his game and his relationship with his wife Brennan have helped him forge a strong and rewarding career in the NHL
After battling through a devastating eye injury that nearly spelled the end of his professional career, Manny Malhotra returned to the NHL this past week and scored an incredible overtime winner for the Hurricanes in just his third game with the club. Manny's return to action and his play make him the Player of the Week!
With all four coaches having played 1,000+ NHL games, rookie Ryan Murphy is quickly learning the NHL game in Carolina
Work ethic isn’t cultivated in a couple of days.
Whether it’s with his hometown buddies, or representing his fellow Players, Kevin Westgarth makes good on his promises
Eric Staal’s mother and father are seasoned hockey parents.
Jay Harrison swapped skates for headphones recently as a guest DJ on a local rock radio station in the North Carolina capital
The NHL's best young prospects took the next step in fulfilling their dreams of becoming NHL stars during the first round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft
Talented forward loves being the spark the Hurricanes need in Carolina
After recently reaching the 1,000 games played plateau, Cory Stillman is back in Carolina after a trade from Florida and eager to make a Stanley Cup push with the Hurricanes, a team he helped to a title in 2006.
The 18 year old native of Markham, Ontario has earned his spot with the Hurricanes to date and has been undoubtedly one of their most dangerous offensive threats.
Zach Parise & Eric Staal play GM in the Yahoo! Sports Fantasy Hockey Friends & Family League
Tenacious forward works hard on ice and keeps things light off it