The times when Shannon and Matt Moulson shared the same ice have long since passed, but their love of hockey and unwavering support of one another remains as strong as ever.
What began as a childhood bonding experience with his father has built into something truly special for Ottawa Senators forward Zack Smith.
What began with a simple signature on a dotted line quickly morphed into a whirlwind of flight-hopping that brought a lanky, teenaged Matt Stajan to a career in the big leagues maybe even a bit sooner than he would have dreamed.
Suiting up for 400 NHL regular-season games usually is not a big deal for a top-five draft pick, but Thomas Hickey is a unique case study, and the fact he played in his 400th game is a tribute to his perseverance.
A home loss to Nashville was hardly cause for celebration. The play of newly acquired Paul Stastny, however, was one big bright spot.
Larry Kwong, the first player of Asian heritage to appear in an NHL game, has died at age 94.
Patrik Laine wants to hoist the Stanley Cup, but drinking champagne out of the hallowed trophy is another matter.
Going up against the best hockey players on the planet doesn’t bring out the nerves in Jacob de la Rose. Watching the horse he co-owns with another NHLer compete? That’s an entirely different story.
Fleury has won 25 of 37 starts in a season stunted only by a concussion that kept him out of the lineup for two months. Earlier this week, he became the 13th goaltender in NHL history to win 400 games , trailing just Roberto Luongo and Henrik Lundqvist among active players.
Peter Schaefer only coached the Surrey Eagles of the British Columbia Hockey League for one season, but his impact lives on in the form of Boston Bruins rookie Danton Heinen.
Zach Hyman paused briefly before responding to the question about teammate Frederik Andersen. How he chose to answer it showed just how much respect the centre has for No. 31.
Everyone around Alex Ovechkin had a hunch this was his night.
As soon as the ball rocketed off the bat, Bob Daniels figured the four-time Stanley Cup winner and Olympic gold medalist patrolling centre field wouldn’t bother trying to track it down. But then Chris Kunitz did what his former collegiate hockey coach had already seen countless times.
Dennis Seidenberg was halfway around the world, but he was along for the ride when Germany shocked the hockey world by claiming silver at PyeongChang 2018.
His size, strength and skill are more than enough to rattle the most seasoned NHL player. And Rick Nash’s new teammates couldn’t be more grateful to have him on their side.
About two dozen proud and excited fans were planning to attend an Oilers game in Edmonton on Thursday night to cheer on an Indigenous player making his NHL debut.
It’s not just what he does on the ice that makes John Klingberg one of the league’s most respected stars.
“When I look back on my career highlights, those two games were so memorable,” said Moore, whose 14-year pro career has him eight games shy of 1,000 combined regular season and playoff games.
T. J. Oshie’s game face is hardly one-dimensional. But as one of his former collegiate coach’s notes, it’s a look that perfectly captures the right wing’s genuine love for the game.
The age-old adage that a hockey team can take on the personality of its captain certainly applies to Chris Kelly, the 37-year-old veteran NHL forward who wore the ‘C’ for Team Canada at PyeongChang 2018.