This week, the
players took time to remember and pay respect to those who fought for
our freedom and continue to serve our country.
A weekly wrap up of what the players are tweeting about. This week, the players took time to remember and pay respect to those who fought for our freedom and continue to serve our country.
Storified by NHLPA · Mon, Nov 12 2012 08:17:31
Brandon Montour wants First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth across Canada to know that help and hope is only a phone call, text, or message away.
It’s a bona fide baby bonanza in Tennessee’s capital and most populous city these days.
The wide smile Axl Quincey flashes often leaves his parents speechless.
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.
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.
He may be a man of few words, but Shea Theodore can't say it loud enough – early detection saves lives.