Playing against Brent Seabrook isn’t fun. Playing with the Chicago Blackhawks defenceman is. Brandon Saad knows all about that.
Great player. Great teammate. Great ambassador. Don’t expect any of it to change now that Roman Josi is the new captain of Nashville.
Who led the way in the category in 2016-17? Hint: This Ottawa forward bested his nearest rival by a baker’s dozen.
For the longest time, Marc-Édouard Vlasic admits he wasn’t much of a dog person. Social media tells a much different story.
Before he looks forward to building off an impressive 2016-17 NHL season, Mikael Backlund, much like he does every summer, took a short walk down memory lane.
Who took their best shot, literally, in 2016-17? Check out how these six (there’s a tie for fifth spot) players hit the mark last season.
When Zach Bogosian went on Twitter and saw the devastation Houston suffered after Hurricane Harvey struck in late August, he felt compelled to do something to help. And that’s just what he did.
The biggest thing Austin Watson learned about himself last season was how a change in approach can make a world of difference.
When it comes to logging some serious ice time, these five defenceman know a thing or two about going the extra mile.
For over 850 NHL games, Paul Martin has been a player that can be counted on to make a difference. It’s a well-earned reputation, and one that extends far beyond the hockey arena. On September 3 in Minneapolis, Martin hosted his first annual charity concert for Shine A Ligh7, which helps raise awareness for those affected by bullying, depression, and mental health issues.
Seven games. 11 goals. 23 points. 42.3 shooting percentage. Jake Guentzel certainly knows how to make his presence known even before the 2017-18 NHL season begins.
If you happen to be a man (or two) down, you might not be on the short end of the stick when it comes to these five players.
Merry Christmas, Ryan Callahan. When it comes to getting a head start on holiday planning, you might want to take a cue from Tampa Bay’s alternate captain and his wife, Kyla.
It might not be the Stanley Cup, but winning Da Beauty League’s John Scott Cup is a pretty big deal to the nearly 30 NHL players vying for it.
When it comes to being game-changers for concussion research, Logan Couture and Eric Lindros are definitely all-in.
Who has the most tallies heading into the 2017-18 season? Hint: he’s a big man with nearly 1,400 regular season NHL games to his name.
From Stanley Cup champs to gold medal Olympians, these five netminders give their respective teams net gains every time they’re between the pipes.
“These kids look up to the [Hamilton] brothers," says executive director Karen Natho of the Brock Niagara Penguins, "But not just because they are hockey players. They are strong mentors and wonderful people.”
As a kid, it was all about the march of the Penguins for goaltender John Gibson. These days, it’s all about helping lead the Ducks.
Blake Wheeler didn’t realize it’s been 10 years since he scored ‘the goal.’ But he’s had plenty of reminders through reenactments from a familiar face.