Not long after playing overtime hero for Ottawa in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series against the New York Rangers, Turris was once again playing hero, this time in a suit, not a Senators sweater.
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.
Morgan Rielly, along with Toronto Maple Leafs teammate James van Riemsdyk and Anaheim forward Ryan Getzlaf, stepped up to lend a hand to help get a message out for Special Olympics Canada,
When it comes to Chris Tierney lending a helping hand, it’s not a question of, ‘What does he do?’ In this instance, it’s more appropriate to ask, ‘What doesn’t he do?
As one of the NHL’s top goaltenders, coming up big just seems to come naturally for Matt Murray. It turns out that a helping hand from Matt Murray is just as impressive as his glove hand.
Campaign will celebrate diversity, inclusion initiatives every day this month.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a better team than Bryan and Amanda Bickell. Bryan’s MS remains a top priority, as does finding ways to help others affected, and of course, the couple found a way to incorporate their passion for pitbull-type dogs.
The NHLPA Goals & Dreams fund recently outfitted over 20 kids with new hockey equipment, and set-up a special surprise visit Monday from David Desharnais, Brendan Gallagher, Andrew Shaw and Shea Weber.
After receiving a party invitation from young Lucas Bydak by way of Twitter, Laine made sure he made a belated birthday visit as soon as he could.
Over 200 game-worn jerseys were recently auctioned by the NHLPA, which raised more than $250,000 in support of children’s health at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids).
James van Riemsdyk doesn’t need to be in uniform to be a difference maker. His efforts to raise funds and awareness for autism are a perfect example of that.
The Edmonton Oilers captain helped 10-year-old Rheanna Trepanier cross an item off her bucket list ahead of the holiday season.
Wearing an orange toque, orange hockey jersey, shorts and flip-flops, Lindros beams as he looks out on the ice as two of the teams taking part in the charity hockey event that bears his name battle for control of the puck off the opening face-off.
NHL Players like Brent Burns, Charlie Coyle, Matt Hendricks & Nate Schmidt talk about their respect and admiration for the people who protect our freedom.
Blackhawks captain working to encourage school children to learn about growing and eating fruits and vegetables
Hockey Fights Cancer™, a joint initiative founded by the NHL and NHLPA, begins with programming and Club participation October 24 and runs until November 18.
The NHL and NHLPA today announced the launch of the NHL/NHLPA Core Development Program. Core Development Program (CDP) aims to help NHL Players become better professionals both on and off of the ice.
“It's an incredible feeling," said Nick Foligno. "We've thought about what we could do to give back for a while and this just felt right.”
Hundreds of hospital visits, an unwavering commitment to community and a foundation established in 2013 that bears his name – the 39-year-old is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of others.
Another successful Kraft Hockeyville is in the books after the Los Angeles Kings and Edmonton Oilers descended on Lumby, British Columbia.