Going up against the best hockey players on the planet doesn’t bring out the nerves in Jacob de la Rose. Watching the horse he co-owns with another NHLer compete? That’s an entirely different story.
Playing in his third full NHL season, the 26-year-old left wing and proud native of Ann Arbor, Michigan offered up his top ‘Favourite Athletes Of All Time’.
Zach Hyman paused briefly before responding to the question about teammate Frederik Andersen. How he chose to answer it showed just how much respect the centre has for No. 31.
As soon as the ball rocketed off the bat, Bob Daniels figured the four-time Stanley Cup winner and Olympic gold medalist patrolling centre field wouldn’t bother trying to track it down. But then Chris Kunitz did what his former collegiate hockey coach had already seen countless times.
She’s more dependable than an alarm clock, loves to go on road trips and is always up for a good power nap. Is it any wonder Ben Chiarot and his wife Jacqueline love spending time with Bailey, their beloved golden retriever?
His size, strength and skill are more than enough to rattle the most seasoned NHL player. And Rick Nash’s new teammates couldn’t be more grateful to have him on their side.
It’s not just what he does on the ice that makes John Klingberg one of the league’s most respected stars.
What cities comprise Ritchie’s five favourite NHL places to play? Here’s a hint: the first spot is all about brotherly love (but it’s not Philly!).
T. J. Oshie’s game face is hardly one-dimensional. But as one of his former collegiate coach’s notes, it’s a look that perfectly captures the right wing’s genuine love for the game.
Mirco Mueller’s one bit of advice to his sister Alina, who turned heads and dropped jaws with her top-shelf performance at the 2018 Winter Olympics, couldn’t be more perfect.
Ian Cole brought hockey’s most coveted team trophy back to his hometown to share with fans, friends, family – and the local burrito joint?!
When he wasn’t busy building his hockey skills, a 16-year-old Craig Smith spent one summer helping build something else in his hometown of Madison, Wisconsin.
Dave Schaller doesn’t have a swelled head when it comes to his younger brother Tim’s NHL career. He does, however, sport a big head – 3 ½-feet high, to be exact.
Blake Wheeler has plenty of fond recollections of growing up in Plymouth, Minnesota, the place where the Winnipeg Jets captain first discovered hockey.
Will everything be coming up roses for Jason Zucker this Valentine’s Day? Probably. The forward has put in a great deal of thought into planning February 14.
When things get frenetic inside the Winnipeg Jets blueline, Josh Morrissey knows he doesn't have to panic. Not with Helly on the case.
Throughout his rookie NHL season over 11 years ago, to now nearly 800 games into his career, Keith Yandle has received valuable wisdom. The veteran defenceman is passing it along, and it doesn't always take words.
Aside from the 1,000 NHL games played milestone he recently reached, veteran defenceman Dan Hamhuis names his top five hockey career moments so far.
Backhand winners. Perfect shots. Late rallies. Dane Jackson saw it all time and again from Brock Boeser. And that was just when the two faced-off in ping-pong.
In his first full season with Salmon Arm, Riley Nash scored 84 points in 55 games (along with 11 points in 11 playoff games) to finish as the club’s top scorer, with a helping hand from the Hagels.