Brian Elliott started the week by helping the Calgary Flames tie a franchise-best 10 straight wins, and ended it off by matching another Flames’ record with his 11th straight win to tie Mike Vernon.
NHLPA.com Player of the Week Erik Karlsson paced all defencemen in assists and points, as the Ottawa Senators’ captain helped guide his club to a sweep of their three-game road trip.
Sergei Bobrovsky earned NHLPA.com Player of the Week honours by matching a career-high with his 5th shutout of the season while setting a Columbus Blue Jackets franchise record with his 34th win.
Filip Forsberg lit the lamp eight times over a four-game run for the Nashville Predators, and became the first player in franchise history to do so.
This was one time 86 suited Sidney Crosby just fine.
If you’re looking for a sophomore slump, you’ll just have to look elsewhere.
It was a milestone in the making since his debut for the San Jose Sharks in 1997.
The 2017 NHL All-Star Game has come and gone, but it won't be one that NHLPA.com Player of the Week, Wayne Simmonds, will soon forget.
Amid the Pittsburgh Penguins’ recent four-game winning streak, NHLPA.com Player of the Week Conor Sheary stood tall for his team, raking in six goals and nine points.
Brad Marchand’s four goals and eight points led his Boston Bruins in both categories to earn himself NHLPA.com Player of the Week.
Twelve penalty minutes may sound like the norm for Patrick Maroon, but with five goals on the week, and five of those minutes coming from fighting Zdeno Chara, the hot hand for the Edmonton Oilers earned NHLPA.com Player of the Week.
With hair like that, he was destined for greatness.
In the follow up to his Calder Trophy-winning season, Artemi Panarin, dubbed "Bread Man" by Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville, continues to endear himself to the Chicago fanbase amid the team’s current five-game win streak.
The Philadelphia Flyers have been delighting their fans amid a nine-game winning streak - and at the heart of it, has been Jakub Voracek.
It was a good week for Dustin Byfuglien, who is playing huge minutes for the Winnipeg Jets in the first year of his five-year contract extension.
Mike Cammalleri had missed six games from the New Jersey Devils lineup for personal reasons.
Nikita Kucherov entered the week as a trailblazer for Tampa Bay, and ended it to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning in goals (9), assists (13), points (22), and plus/minus rating of plus-10.
Carey Price continues to prove he is among the best in the game, as he became the first goalie in NHL history to start a season with a win each of his first 10 appearances.
It was a great week to be a New York Ranger, especially if you're Kevin Hayes.
Devan Dubnyk has become the first Minnesota Wild goaltender to post 3 straight shutouts (Cesare Maniago first accomplished the feat with the North Stars in 1967), setting a personal-best and team-record shutout streak in Week 3 of this season’s NHL action, making him our NHLPA player of the week.