Originally aired February 26, 2003, Jocelyn Thibault and host Brett Lindros try their hands in the kitchen!
Chris Osgood speaks to his time with Detroit as best he can before knowing he would return to the city for a third Stanley Cup win!
"Russian Rocket" Pavel Bure gets up close and personal with a gator and discusses the meaning of a special NHLPA Goals & Dreams donation and the opportunity to play with his brother, Valeri.
Pat LaFontaine fondly recalls his rocky start on double runners, to what eventually became the best feeling in the world!
Alex Tanguay recalls the longest 30 minutes of his life while Eric Staal, an up-and-comer circa 2004 makes an appearance on 'Next Generation'!
Affectionately known as Iggy, the Edmonton-born former Calgary Flames captain has over 1,500 NHL games and exactly 1,300 points to his name – and a whole whack of hardware to fill out his trophy case.
In honour of the 2018 Stanley Cup Final, this week’s Be A Player: Rewind features a special Stanley Cup edition.
In his first season with the Colorado Avalanche, which he would end by winning his first and only Stanley Cup, Rob Blake takes us back to the heyday of the 90s Los Angeles Kings.
Originally aired January 29, 2001, this episode features Brian Leetch, the prolific, long-time New York Rangers defencemen who made his mark on the ice, and in the community with “Skate with the Greats”.
Owen Nolan chats transition with Craig Simpson in his first year with the San Jose Sharks. Nolan also hits EA Sports headquarters to learn a bit about player tracking alongside teammate Jamie Baker!
Expansion was the theme of this week's episode, which featured Ron Tugnutt of the newly minted Columbus Blue Jackets and a young Marian Gaborik just beginning his NHL career with the Minnesota Wild.
Originally aired March 5, 2003, this week's episode features Glen Murray, who hits the "Big Dig" construction site with host Brett Lindros, on the cusp of back-to-back NHL All-Star outings with the Boston Bruins.
The smooth-skating Fedorov was one fifth of the famed “Russian Five”. In this week’s episode, we revisit the 2003-04 season, which marked Fedorov's departure from the club he won three Stanley Cups with.
In this week’s episode, we learn that Joe Nieuwendyk didn’t always have his sights set on hockey. In fact, it wasn’t even his best sport!
Shane Doan comes from a long line of hockey players and cowboys, so he takes us along for the ride on his horses to talk shop with host Brett Lindros, while Marc-Andre Fleury recounts his glory days with Team Canada.
Originally aired Feb. 20, Brian Savage and Brett Lindros bring us back to an era of significant change within the Montreal Canadiens organization, and discuss Savage's remarkable recovery from injury.
It's 1996, and Peter Forsberg is in the midst of inspiring the future generations of players who voted him as their favourite player growing up in the 2017-18 NHLPA Player Poll!
Originally aired Sept. 24, 1996, this episode features a young Paul Kariya, just beginning to build toward his Hall of Fame career!
Valeri Bure shows he was a multi-dimensional athlete as he serves up aces against host Brett Lindros on the tennis court!
Originally aired February 21, 2002, this episode features Edmonton Oilers fan favourite, Ryan Smyth – aka ‘Captain Canada’ – serving it up as a chef at his restaurant!