Two of his teammates smiled and shrugged at the fairytale start to Marleau’s second stint with the Sharks. Thrilled for No. 12, yet hardly taken aback by his efforts.
Come this Christmas, Jonathan Drouin might be getting a Christmas gift from Santa Suzuki.
How Filip Forsberg get his kicks, connects with his fans and communities, and why is he happy to be horsing around – so to speak?
Michael Raffl checked all the boxes at the 2019 NHL Global Series.
Lars Eller had never met the goaltender before, but that didn’t matter in the least. It was about supporting a fellow player.
From their bond with fans to their efforts in the community – and everything in between – 'After the Buzzer' is a weekly series taking readers beyond the rink to shine a light and provide insight on players’ lives away from the game.
It’s not just the post-game texts that are music to Matt Duchene’s ears.
You get the feeling Dylan Strome has had this date circled on his calendar for a long time.
Carter Hutton’s latest look has set the gold standard for goalie masks.
When he’s not patrolling the blue line for the New Jersey Devils, defenceman Connor Carrick can be found putting his master roaster skills to the test, whether it’s brewing up some brilliant concoctions, or checking out the local coffee shop scene when he’s on the road.
For Mike Matheson and Emily Pfalzer, wanting to lend a helping hand was an easy decision.
Blake Coleman didn’t exactly give himself a thumbs-up for his gig at the recent Video Music Awards. But others certainly did.
What’s the best way to make a good first impression on your new teammates? For Ben Hutton, scoring a goal and adding an assist in a 7-5 win against his former club.
Jim Slater, who recently announced his retirement and new role with the Washington Capitals, stopped by NHLPA.com to discuss his next chapter.
Whether it’s on his goalie masks or through his charity work, Jake Allen is proud to share his love for New Brunswick.
Brendan Gallagher wasn’t sure if his friend and former teammate would pull through. What he did know was that Craig Cunningham wouldn’t do down without a fight.
The dog days of summer may be over, but not for this edition of NHLPA.com’s My Top 5.
Casey Mittelstadt was in a hockey state of mind in the State of Hockey this summer.
With the NFL season having kicked off, Logan Couture stopped by for some gridiron talk, including pro football players he believes would make good NHL players.
It’s rather fitting that Brenden Dillon supports the charity HEROS.