Driedger and his partners in Sin Bin Studios have been pitching their new documentary on professional roller hockey in California.
Yanni Gourde, Tye Kartye, Brandon Tanev and Tomas Tatar reminisce about their 2024 Winter Classic experience in Seattle.
Playing in front of a sellout crowd of 47,313, the Kraken posted a 3-0 victory, with Joey Daccord posting the first shutout in a Winter Classic.
Tatar had a goal and eight assists in 27 games for Central Division-leading Colorado this season. He signed a one-year deal with the team in September.
Schwartz was injured during Seattle’s loss at Chicago on Tuesday night.
Jordan Eberle and his wife, Lauren, founded Sticks & Strings in 2022 and have already made an impact in the community.
Will Borgen feels right at home in his third season with the Seattle Kraken.
The team announced Monday that Burakovsky underwent an unspecified procedure to repair an upper-body injury.
Matt Coronato, Luke Evangelista, Tyson Forester, Ridly Greig and Tye Kartye all have the same goal heading into the 2023-24 NHL season.
Campbell joined a suddenly growing list of female coaches to take an NHL bench a day after Kori Cheverie did so with the Penguins.
Dunn was a restricted free agent and the long-term contract avoided an arbitration hearing.
Yamamoto signed with the Seattle Kraken as a free agent on July 2.
Despite being passed over in the NHL Draft, Gourde has since played in nearly 500 regular-season NHL games.
Dunn has already hit numerous personal-best marks this season, including in goals, assists, points and average time on ice per game.
Now in his second season with the Kraken, Eberle is enjoying hockey as much as he ever has.
Drafted a year apart, Beniers, 19, and Wright, 18, have the skills to make a major impact on the second-year club.
Sitting third on the team in goals at the time of his injury, Tanev was on pace for his best offensive season to date.
Driedger was injured while playing for Canada against Finland in the title game of the world championships.
The Kraken announced that Grammy winner Macklemore and former NFL running back Marshawn Lynch are joining the minority investor group.
With NFL playoffs set to kick-off, these NHL players are proudly voicing their gridiron allegiances.