Get to know Washington Capitals blueliner Kevin Shattenkirk in this week's Player Q&A.
Get to know Robert Bortuzzo of the St. Louis Blues in this week's Player Q&A!
The New Line of Numismatic Coins, Including Silver and Gold, Features 20 Current and Former Professional Hockey Players, Comes in Four High-Quality Finishes
"The players are extraordinarily disappointed and adamantly disagree with the NHL's shortsighted decision to not continue our participation in the Olympics."
Congratulations to O’Leary, P.E.I., announced as 2017 winner of Kraft Hockeyville!
Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver Canucks to face-off on Sept. 21 and Sept. 23 in Shanghai and Beijing.
Get to know forward Daniel Winnik of the Washington Capitals in this week's Player Q&A!
Gustav Nyquist reminisces about his favourite player to watch as a kid, shares who his favourite player is today, and opens up about the end of an era as his team bids farewell to the iconic Joe Louis Arena.
Colorado Avalanche and Ottawa Senators to face off in pair of matchups on Nov. 10 and Nov. 11 in Sweden’s capital.
In this week's Player Q&A, we learn that Jack Skille has a romantic side - judging by who he'd take where on his dream vacation!
In this week's Player Q&A we learn that Jacob Markstrom doesn't have a single piece of embarrassing music on his playlist - because he isn't embarrassed of anything.
If you're an Ottawa Senators fan, you may want to pay special attention to this week's Player Q&A and get to know Alex Burrows.
Justin Faulk's number one pet peeve proves that hockey players are just ordinary people, trying to keep their homes clean.
Based on what's in his playlist we're surprised that Tomas Plekanec has never done this one thing.
We’re just halfway through Hockey Is For Everyone month – here are the can’t miss standout moments from the campaign so far.
Gabriel Landeskog's number one pet peeve? Well, we won't take that personally.
In this week's Player Q&A, we learn that Jacob Trouba is probably looking forward to the return of one of his favourite shows.
Martin Havlat has announced his retirement today from the NHL, following 14 seasons. The two-time NHL All-Star played in 790 regular season games,
Campaign will celebrate diversity, inclusion initiatives every day this month.
In this week's Player Q&A, we learn where Erik Karlsson would take his now fiancée - and based on his marriage proposal, you know what they'd be eating.