We caught up with Preds defenceman Roman Josi to chat about tennis, his admiration of Roger Federer, & his favourite vacation spots.
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.
Mason Raymond likes to be forward thinking in his day-to-day approach to life rather than stare into rear-view mirror reflecting on what could have been.
Originally aired February 21, 2002, this episode features Edmonton Oilers fan favourite, Ryan Smyth – aka ‘Captain Canada’ – serving it up as a chef at his restaurant!
Get your 'Holtby Things' fix in this week's Player Q&A with Braden Holtby.
For those who believe the stereotype that millennials want it all and that they want it now, meet 24-year-old MacKenzie Weegar.
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.
Mark Scheifele hasn't missed a beat since returning to NHL action, using a pair of three-point outings to help the Winnipeg Jets land atop the Central Division to close out a perfect week.
We caught up with Avs defenceman Mark Barberio to chat about memories of his first pair of skates, first training camp and first NHL goal.
It has been a dozen years since a Lundqvist won an Olympic hockey gold medal, but the younger of the Swedish twins Henrik and Joel hopes to end the drought.
Originally aired March 27, 2000, we revisit a time when Ray Bourque – one of the best defencemen to ever lace them up in the NHL – was brand new to the Colorado Avalanche and had yet to hoist the Stanley Cup.
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.
Which NHL jersey was the favourite of a young and aspiring goaltender, Martin Jones? Hint: it's the same teal jersey he now wears as a professional.
We go 'In The Locker Room' to hear about Valentine's Day plans from players around the league.
Brian Gionta is on a mission – and he wants nothing more to mine gold at PyeongChang 2018.
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.
Don't forget to share the love today! Let us help you show you care with these pun-filled hockey Valentines - and don't worry, we've got your team covered.
Connor McDavid put up a career-first and a string of dazzling moves to lead the league with five goals and eight points for the Edmonton Oilers to earn NHLPA.com Player of the Week.