The native of St. Gallen, Switzerland, inked a seven-year contract with the Kings in late June.
The former Boston College standout points to his Minnesota Wild teammates as a big reason for his on-ice success.
Turris announced his retirement in August after recording 425 career points across in 776 NHL games.
Heading into his eighth NHL season, Marchessault has become a respected teammate who constantly pushes himself to elevate his game.
Young talent fuels Chabot's excitement for the season.
Bailey has played every one of his 993 NHL regular season games with the New York Islanders.
Players from across the league turned out to support close friends Patrice Bergeron and Sam Gagné at the Gagné-Bergeron Pro-Am.
Although he wasn’t around to see his father play, the Jack McBain has seen plenty of video from his dad’s time in the NHL.
Fresh off a season of personal-best numbers, Mangiapane is already showing signs he could eclipse those marks in 2022-23.
There’s no need to ask the veteran St. Louis Blues forward if he’s pumped about strapping on the skates for his 12th NHL season.
Barrie helped raise $750,000 for local charities in his hometown of Victoria, British Columbia.
The Montreal Canadiens forward was one of many NHL players who participated in the Gorges Comeau Homebase Slo-Pitch Charity Tournament.
Strome, who signed as a free agent with the Washington Capitals in July, has had a jam-packed offseason.
Established through Allen’s nonprofit organization, The Jake Allen Classic continues to be a must-attend event in the city of Fredericton.
A new campaign, a new team, a new challenge, and a familiar face have Erik Gudbranson counting down the days until the start of the 2022-23 NHL regular season.
With one of the NHL’s youngest rosters, a team that’s teeming with emerging talent, Jeff Skinner is embracing the opportunity of being a mentor.
Sitting third on the team in goals at the time of his injury, Tanev was on pace for his best offensive season to date.
Brody was joined on stage by Byram to announce a $60,000 donation.
Kunin launched the Luke Kunin T1D fund last November to provide support to kids living with Type 1 Diabetes.
Fresh off signing a two-year contract, the Maple Leafs blueliner on what he hopes to achieve next both on and off the ice.