Which Hollywood hits made the right wing’s top five list? One of them combines hockey and golf, while another keeps bringing the 28-year-old back for more.
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?
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!).
Ian Cole brought hockey’s most coveted team trophy back to his hometown to share with fans, friends, family – and the local burrito joint?!
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.
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.
When you add up what these players bring to their respective teams, the numbers are pretty impressive.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In keeping with the spirit of the season, specifically, ‘‘Tis better to give than to receive,’ we can’t pass up featuring the Top 5 assists leaders so far in 2017-18.
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.
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.
Three of them are Ted Lindsay Award recipients, three are still active NHL players. Find out who cracks Mathew Barzal's Top 5 hockey idols growing up!