Mats Zuccarello (2-0—2) came through with two big goals Saturday for the New York Rangers, helping the team to clinch their opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a 3-1 defeat of the Montreal Canadiens, winning the series 4-2.
Sean Kuraly netted his first two goals in the NHL to keep his Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup playoff race with a 3-2 double-overtime victory over the Ottawa Senators.
Tom Wilson (2-0—0) picked a fine time to put up his first multi-goal performance in Wednesday's 5-4 Washington Capitals win.
Joe Pavelski (2-1—3) helped the San Jose Sharks get off on the right foot in a 7-0 win Tuesday by scoring 15 seconds into the first period of Game 4 to set a franchise record for fastest goal to start a playoff game, helping to even their First Round series against the Edmonton Oilers.
Mike Hoffman put up the first multi-goal Stanley Cup playoff game of his career to help the Ottawa Senators take a 2-1 lead in their First Round series against the Boston Bruins.
Kasperi Kapanen put in another clutch performance to help Toronto even their First Round series against the Washington Capitals with a double-overtime game-winner in a 4-3 victory Saturday night.
Alexander Radulov played the hero for the Montreal Canadiens with the overtime game-winner in a 4-3 victory to even out his team's First Round series against the New York Rangers.
Jake Allen was a force to be reckoned with in his first performance of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Craig Anderson wrapped up his remarkable season with a strong performance as our NHLPA.com Player of the Week, amid being honoured for skating in his 500th NHL game.
It all started in Hockeytown for Henrik Zetterberg, and it's continued there for 14 seasons.
The NHLPA continued its a longstanding connection with the Pioneer Park Panther Hockey Program, donating ice time at the Cambridge Ice Centre to end the team's season.
NHLPA.com Player of the Week Tuukka Rask helped his Boston Bruins build their five-game win streak by posting three consecutive wins to help his team improve their playoff position.
To quote Brian Gionta, “You don’t stray from what you are, the person you are, the character you are… it evolves from there.”
With the Art Ross Trophy standings as tight as ever, Connor McDavid (26-62–88) kicked off his NHLPA.com Player of the Week performance with his Edmonton Oilers in a tight Pacific Division race, while he pursues his first Art Ross Trophy for most points in the NHL.
In case you missed it, yesterday was National Puppy Day. We did the hard work for you, and gathered some of the top "aww"-inducing posts from players across the league.
Alex Ovechkin is continuing his great work as an ambassador with the American Special Hockey Association by offering up a pair of his autographed of one-of-a-kind skates.
Brian Elliott started the week by helping the Calgary Flames tie a franchise-best 10 straight wins, and ended it off by matching another Flames’ record with his 11th straight win to tie Mike Vernon.
Whether he’s representing his country, or his big league club, over the course of 1,000 career NHL games, Eric Staal’s list of accomplishments has become one that isn’t easily rattled off.
NHLPA.com Player of the Week Erik Karlsson paced all defencemen in assists and points, as the Ottawa Senators’ captain helped guide his club to a sweep of their three-game road trip.
Radim Vrbata played in his 1,000th career NHL game on March 9th while reaching the mark with another notable accomplishment in tow, as the NHL’s current leader in all-time shootout goals with 45 to his name.