Admittedly, Jamie Oleksiak can be a little bit of a Scrooge when it comes to doing certain odd jobs around his parents’ house. But he was definitely in the giving mood over four days in Ecuador.
Although he doesn’t know what he’ll find under his Christmas tree this year, Josh Morrissey has received plenty of memorable gifts from Santa over the years.
GM and vice president of Horvat's former London Knights, Mark Hunter points to underrated elements of the young Vancouver Canucks forward's game.
It turns out Leon Draisaitl’s popularity amongst his teammates extends far beyond what he does on the ice.
He’s played a leading role for the Edmonton Oilers this season, earning rave reviews for both his offensive performance and defensive prowess.
What’s the best thing about playing alongside Seth Jones? For a fellow defenceman, it’s in knowing you don’t have to face-off against him.
If the winningest coach in NCAA men’s hockey history had the time, he’d gladly take hours to talk about Chris Kreider.
During his time in the U.S. collegiate hockey ranks, goaltender Jimmy Howard set a slew of team standards for the Maine Black Bears.
Although he won’t take top prize in an Iron Chef competition, the 24-year-old forward definitely knows his way around a kitchen.
Marcus Foligno thinks of his mother every day.
Beginning a five-part series highlighting the NHLPA's partnership with Kids Help Phone, NHLPA members reflect on the importance of giving back.
When it comes to getting his wheels in motion, Thomas Greiss enjoys taking his love for mountain biking to new heights.
Before he settled on hockey as his No. 1 sport, the 23-year-old was holding court as a hard-hitting lefty that netted his share of tennis hardware.
Hope. It’s the one message Jimmy Hayes constantly conveys to anyone he meets whose lives are affected by cancer.
Who can get the job done in the dot? If you happen to need a crucial faceoff win in the crunch, we offer up a handful of players who know how to stickhandle their way to success.
There was a point in time when Jake McCabe would find himself on the receiving end of mini stick hockey’s version of a game misconduct.
Derek MacKenzie has never believed in giving up. Through his work with Northern Ontario Families of Children with Cancer (NOFCC), he found out he’s not the only one.
Brent Sutter remembers two distinct reactions after the Red Deer Rebels selected Dion Phaneuf in the third round of the Western Hockey League Bantam Draft.
Are you ready to rock? Erik Gudbranson certainly is.
Kathy Kessel walked towards her son’s car at Logan International Airport. She found herself at a loss for words. What Phil said brought a tear to her eye and a smile to her face.