Juggling, another language, and who we could trick into touching their nose with their tongue!
Admittedly, Jamie Oleksiak can be a little bit of a Scrooge when it comes to doing certain odd jobs around his parents’ house. But he was definitely in the giving mood over four days in Ecuador.
Marc-Andre Fleury and Nathan MacKinnon had some fun with this one, but Jamie Benn may have won best caption.
Detroit Red Wings defenceman Nick Jensen admits facing a player named Nicklas Jensen was a little on the strange side.
Not to burst Patrick Kane's bubble, but the triangle may not count as musical ability.
It turns out Leon Draisaitl’s popularity amongst his teammates extends far beyond what he does on the ice.
Joe Thornton’s career is going strong in his 21st pro season – and so are his parents.
What’s the best thing about playing alongside Seth Jones? For a fellow defenceman, it’s in knowing you don’t have to face-off against him.
William Nylander's contract impasse has finally come to an end.
No wakeboarding for these guys, but only a few of them think they could – even if they were allowed!
Warning: This video contains some serious frosted tips.
If the winningest coach in NCAA men’s hockey history had the time, he’d gladly take hours to talk about Chris Kreider.
The 2019 Winter Classic at Notre Dame Stadium will be extra special for John Moore, who knows hockey wasn't always so popular near his suburban Chicago hometown.
During his time in the U.S. collegiate hockey ranks, goaltender Jimmy Howard set a slew of team standards for the Maine Black Bears.
Who can solve a Rubik’s cube and who can shuffle like a pro, while one player pulls off a magic trick in Part II of asking over a dozen players about their off-ice skills!
Hockey is in his DNA. There is a reason why Dubois wears sweater No. 18.
Marcus Foligno thinks of his mother every day.
Pekka Rinne leads the Finns in wins.
Beginning a five-part series highlighting the NHLPA's partnership with Kids Help Phone, NHLPA members reflect on the importance of giving back.
Before he settled on hockey as his No. 1 sport, the 23-year-old was holding court as a hard-hitting lefty that netted his share of tennis hardware.