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.
When you add up what these players bring to their respective teams, the numbers are pretty impressive.
Alexander Kerfoot, Super Bowl champion? Well, sort of.
Who jumps over the boards the most so far in 2017-18? This week we take a look at the five players that lead the way when it comes to most total shifts taken.
After a long, exhausting day helping his father construct cabins, Trevor Lewis, soaked from head to toe, turned to his dad during the car ride home and said, “I want to make it in the NHL because I don’t think I’d be any good at doing this for a living.”
Savard's 13-season playing career spanned 807 NHL games with four teams.
Eric Lindros continues to make a difference in the hockey world off the ice, but further cements his legend as a Philadelphia Flyer when his No. 88 is raised to the rafters.
It was 22 years ago when Matt Hendricks started a part-time job, one that would shape the way he played hockey at the big-league level.
He’s one of hockey’s top young defenceman, a blueliner that can log big minutes and deliver at both ends of the ice. In his second NHL season, Jakob Chychrun looks right at home whenever he takes a shift.
Just how good is Aleksander (Sasha) Barkov, Florida’s star centreman and recently named All-Star? His teammate, veteran defenceman Keith Yandle, is happy to offer up his take.
It didn’t take Miles Wood long to figure out there were two distinct sides to No. 35 for the New Jersey Devils.
Who made Skjei’s list? Which course would he pick to play on? And what would be on the menu at the clubhouse after 18 holes? Time to tee off with No. 76.
J.T. Miller’s penchant for coming up big on the outdoor sporting stage isn’t just limited to hockey.
For Miles Wood, the hardest part about coming up with a Top 5 ‘Best Things About The World Junior Hockey Championships’ is limiting his list to just five things.
Last year, around this time, Tyler Pitlick was on the sidelines courtesy of a torn ACL. These days, things are definitely looking up for the Dallas Stars forward.
During his days growing up in Red Deer, Colton Sceviour dreamed of one day earning a reputation as a hard-working NHL player. A part-time job helped him appreciate what it would take to attain that goal.
The Buffalo Sabres forward recently hosted a holiday dinner in the NHL city he plays in, treating 50 underprivileged children from King Center Charter School to an evening out at an upscale restaurant.
These young guns have taken their best shot, literally, in 2017-18. While they might be short on NHL experience, this handful (plus one) of rookies is seriously big on talent.
Josh Bailey’s affinity for both hockey and fishing dates back to his childhood days growing up in Bowmanville, Ontario, about an hour’s drive from downtown Toronto.