Nickname origins, the road trip partner at the top of his list and more in one minute with Patrick Kane!
One of the longest-serving players in Chicago Blackhawks’ history keeps coming up with new ways to give back.
The Chicago Blackhawks fired team president John McDonough on Monday, ending a wildly successful run that included three Stanley Cup championships.
From his wild dream car to the alternate profession he'd take on, it's showtime for Patrick Kane's Player Q&A!
Karaoke may not be for Alex DeBrincat, but One Tree Hill sure is.
Hanson brothers, but not the ones you'd be expecting hockey players to talk about, make the cut as players come clean on their first albums!
You may know Jonathan Toews as 'Tazer' or 'Captain Serious', but he reveals the nickname he wishes you'd call him in this week's Player Q&A!
Patrick Kane scored eight points in four games (4-4–8) including a pair of three-point performances to extend his point streak to a season-high six games.
Every team's got at least one prankster. Players share their favourite mischievous stories from the road!
You get the feeling Dylan Strome has had this date circled on his calendar for a long time.
The Chicago Blackhawks and forward Alex DeBrincat have agreed to a three-year, $19.2 million contract extension through the 2022-23 season.
The dog days of summer may be over, but not for this edition of NHLPA.com’s My Top 5.
For Andrew Shaw, Ducky Brand Apparel is far more than just a fashion statement.
Goalie Cam Ward has signed a one-day contract with the Carolina Hurricanes and is retiring as a member of the team he helped lead to a Stanley Cup.
It’s time to raise a glass and toast Calvin de Haan and the rest of the Carp, Ontario “dream team.”
Four-time Stanley Cup-winning forward Chris Kunitz has retired after 15 seasons in the NHL.
When it comes to his contributions on the ice, Jonathan Toews always leads by example. He's no different when he's making a difference to future generations.
The Ottawa Senators traded forward Zack Smith to the Chicago Blackhawks for centre Artem Anisimov on Tuesday.
Robin Lehner thinks he is heading into his prime. The Chicago Blackhawks hope he is right.
Andrew Shaw is heading back to the Windy City.