Affectionately known as Iggy, the Edmonton-born former Calgary Flames captain has over 1,500 NHL games and exactly 1,300 points to his name – and a whole whack of hardware to fill out his trophy case.
NHLPA.com looks back at the outstanding 1999-00 seasons from finalists Jaromir Jagr, Chris Pronger, and Pavel Bure.
Expansion was the theme of this week's episode, which featured Ron Tugnutt of the newly minted Columbus Blue Jackets and a young Marian Gaborik just beginning his NHL career with the Minnesota Wild.
Which five current NHL D-men get an A-plus when it comes to contributing the most on the scoresheet in the Stanley Cup Playoffs?
Bryan Rust has found an ideal blueprint – and paw print – for Stanley Cup success on and off the ice.
Originally aired March 5, 2003, this week's episode features Glen Murray, who hits the "Big Dig" construction site with host Brett Lindros, on the cusp of back-to-back NHL All-Star outings with the Boston Bruins.
Jake Guentzel netted his first five-point NHL outing (4-1–5) and the second hat trick of his young Stanley Cup Playoffs career to help the Pittsburgh Penguins close out their first-round series by eliminating the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 6.
Kirk Thompson still remembers the first time he met the “scrawny kid with the blonde, curly hair and the big smile.” And he certainly hasn’t forgotten the first time he faced Jake Guentzel on the ice.
Sidney Crosby posted a four-point night to bring him 171 in his NHL postseason career, moving the Pittsburgh Penguins captain one point away from tying Mario Lemieux for the franchise record in postseason points.
Derick Brassard didn’t need six weeks to become comfortable in his new surroundings with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Shane Doan comes from a long line of hockey players and cowboys, so he takes us along for the ride on his horses to talk shop with host Brett Lindros, while Marc-Andre Fleury recounts his glory days with Team Canada.
Evgeni Malkin probably hasn't received all the recognition he's deserved throughout a career spent playing alongside fellow Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby.
Evgeni Malkin is in hot pursuit of his third Art Ross Trophy after extending his point streak to six games over the week to sit second in league scoring with 87 points on the season.
Ian Cole brought hockey’s most coveted team trophy back to his hometown to share with fans, friends, family – and the local burrito joint?!
Evgeni Malkin led the league in goals and points while notching his 12th NHL career hat trick – and had a big off-ice assist for Pittsburgh Penguins fans.
MacKinnon has been unable to crack the code of what it’s like to be No. 87 on the ice. But he admires this about Crosby.
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.
NHLPA.com caught up with the right-winger to chat about what he’s most grateful for, including what those hockey memories have taught him.
From wearing his "Thriller" inspired Phil Kessel shirt to getting the better of him in a game of basketball – Ryan Reaves seemingly delights in tormenting his Pittsburgh teammate.
Ryan Reaves is one of hockey’s toughest players. The 30-year-old Pittsburgh Penguins winger offered up his five favourite athletes of all time, a list that includes a pair of Hockey Hall of Fame inductees, a familiar name from the CFL and one NFL Hall of Fame superstar.