Preds players families growing together
It’s a bona fide baby bonanza in Tennessee’s capital and most populous city these days.
While the hockey world eagerly awaits the return to NHL ice of its greatest players, it’s almost business as usual at the Upper Deck Company.
With a visit to his new city and freshly designed gear almost in hand, the Henrik Lundqvist is feeling right at home with the Washington Capitals.
He's already a hockey player and a humanitarian, but there was room for another role in Matt Dumba's life and he's already dressed for the part.
They don’t play with the Edmonton Oilers any longer, but Jordan Eberle, Sam Gagner and Taylor Hall have no shortage of tales about iconic Albertan sports figure, Joey Moss.
Sean Couturier takes a momentary pause when Oskar Lindblom’s name is mentioned. Carter Hart does the same. So too, does Travis Sanheim.
The campaign that has been uniting the hockey community in support of people impacted by cancer and their families since 1998, is underway this month of November.
It has taken the past little while for Nate Schmidt to wrap his head around the move that sent him from Vegas to Vancouver, but keeping his mind occupied has provided a huge mental boost.
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