Three superstars. One legend. One honour. Wednesday night, the recipient of the 2018-19 Ted Lindsay Award (TLA) will be announced.
His top-shelf stats speak volumes about the season he had, but Ted Lindsay Award (TLA) finalist Nikita Kucherov is quick to deflect any praise that comes his way.
For Connor McDavid, the Ted Lindsay Award is meaningful for three reasons: the person it’s named after, the prestige it represents, and the people that do the voting.
The St. Louis Blues are the 2019 Stanley Cup Champions after besting the Boston Bruins 4-1 in Game 7 at TD Garden in Boston Wednesday night.
There was a time when hockey games between the Strome brothers featured a couple of uncalled penalties, a few tears and some momentary hard feelings.
There are two things the hockey world knows about Zdeno Chara: he’s big and he’s tough.
“I think it’s a pretty underrated award, to be honest," says Patrick Kane, who knows first-hand what it means to receive hockey’s most unique individual award, voted on by the players themselves.
David Gunnarsson knew the mask he was painting for his friend Robin Lehner was deeply meaningful for the goaltender – but the artist never expected it would have the same effect on him.
Brayden Schenn came up big for the Blues in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, scoring once and adding an assist in a 4-2 St. Louis win on home ice.
"His dad was a great player and is in our hall of fame. I’m sure Sean will be one day as well," says Steve Cady, now Senior Associate Athletic Director with Miami University.
Binnington, who debuted with the Western Conference club midway through the season, has played a massive role in helping the Blues go from post-season longshots to Cup finalist.
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The moment Danton Heinen makes a big play in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, it kick-starts a group chat full of praise for the Boston Bruins forward.
St. Louis Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo has been doing it all in this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs.
When the highly touted kid from Switzerland completed his rookie Canadian Hockey League season, no one in the Halifax Mooseheads organization second-guessed the decision to draft him.
If Charlie Coyle looks like he’s feeling right at home playing for the Boston Bruins, it’s because he is.
Over the past few years, Lars Eller has thought about how ways he could give back to his hometown.
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Jeff Skinner and Josh Morrissey are happy to dole out A-pluses during Teacher Appreciation Week.
If you didn’t know the name Warren Foegele before the Stanley Cup Playoffs started, you certainly know it now.