Player Features

Versatility follows Hyman off the ice

By: Chris Lomon

NHL forward. Children’s book author. esports entrepreneur. Is there anything Zach Hyman can’t do? 

6 days ago

Strome's firehouse visit marked by mutual admiration

By: Chris Lomon

Ryan Strome got some major league excitement less than a minute into his fire station visit.

January 9, 2020

Cirelli could be clutch for Lightning along stretch

By: Chris Lomon

“As the pressure intensifies for his team, that’s when you’ll see the best of Tony,” said Dave Brown, General Manager of the Ontario Hockey League’s Erie Otters.

January 7, 2020

Stars rally to give Cotton Bowl crowd a thrilling Winter Classic win

By: Chris Lomon

Alexander Radulov scored the game-winning goal as the Dallas Stars rebounded from a two-goal deficit to win the 2020 NHL Winter Classic in front of an appreciative home crowd.

January 1, 2020

Stars players anticipate most memorable outdoor hockey experience

By: Chris Lomon

A trio of Stars will be going a little old school for the upcoming NHL Winter Classic.

December 31, 2019

From undrafted to steady presence in Rangers net

By: Chris Lomon

Almost every kid on his team wanted to play goaltender. Unbeknownst to him, Alexandar Georgiev had the inside track on the job.

December 26, 2019

Regardless of season, Jenner always up to make a fan's day

By: Chris Lomon

Whether it’s painting a picture or putting a smile on a kid’s face, Boone Jenner always manages to create something special.

December 24, 2019

From full-contact mini-sticks to full-fledged NHL players

By: Chris Lomon

It’s a safe bet the upcoming installment of Tanev vs. Tanev won’t be anything like the times they faced-off against one another as kids.

December 18, 2019

Flyers dedicate 4-1 victory to cancer-stricken teammate

By: Canadian Press

Oskar Lindblom was just a visitor in the Flyers' locker room Tuesday, his presence enough to lift the spirits of a franchise rocked by the promising forward's cancer fight. He was never far from his teammates thoughts, and they tapped their sticks as Flyers fans stood in support, all in his corner as he faces his murky recovery ahead.

December 17, 2019

Homework then hockey: Beagle connects with East Vancouver youth

By: Chris Lomon

It’s likely not the last time Beagle will take to the streets of East Vancouver for some outdoor hockey.

December 17, 2019

Coyotes acquiring Hall shifts balance of power in West

By: Canadian Press

John Chayka looked at the Arizona Coyotes roster and their spot atop the Pacific Division and wondered.

December 17, 2019

Vlasic reflects on journey with special milestone around the bend

By: Chris Lomon

It’s a personal milestone that Marc-Edouard Vlasic hoped for, worked for, and is extremely grateful for.

December 12, 2019

Wild defenceman Spurgeon 10 seasons into size-defying career

By: Canadian Press

The defining moment of Jared Spurgeon's hockey career came when he was just 13: His peewee coach in Edmonton moved him from forward to defenceman.

December 11, 2019

Equipment got kids on the ice, players got them out of their shells

By: Chris Lomon

To the casual observer, it would appear to have been nothing more than a group of young people meeting their hockey idols. It was much more meaningful.

December 10, 2019

Fun for fans provides team bonding for players

By: Chris Lomon

It's fun for fans, but it's team-bonding for the players of the Carolina Hurricanes.

December 5, 2019

Beauvillier recognized for dedication to cause dear to his heart

By: Chris Lomon

The words on the certificate are deeply meaningful ones to Anthony Beauvillier.

November 28, 2019

Hinostroza draws inspiration from new friend, Leighton

By: Chris Lomon

If Vinnie Hinostroza is ever in need of a little inspiration, he doesn’t have to look any further than his locker room stall.

November 26, 2019

Schenn a proud advocate for blood and stem cell donation

By: Chris Lomon

Brayden Schenn doesn’t post a great deal on Twitter. But this summer, he had a special message to share.

November 21, 2019

Shore sticks with commitment to studies, earns degree

By: Chris Lomon

Whether it was skating in the NHL or earning his university degree, Devin Shore was committed to making the grade.

November 20, 2019

HHOF welcomes class of 2019

By: David Morassutti

The Hockey Hall of Fame welcomes four more great players into the Great Hall November 18 with an induction ceremony in Toronto at the iconic building.

November 18, 2019