The 17-year NHL veteran spoke this past week at the Royal Ottawa Hospital, a place he has been supporting his entire time in Ottawa, to discuss how he is opening a new chapter in his hockey, and personal, life by signing with the Detroit Red Wings
Jason Spezza returns behind the bench this week for his second stint as a coach at the Allstate All-Canadians Camp, hosted by the NHLPA. The Sens leader will be looking to make it two All-Canadians "Mentorship Cup' titles, facing off against Claude Giroux and his team.
Blackhawks captain, and Winnipeg native recently took the Stanley Cup to the Manitoba capital on his day with the iconic trophy.
David Clarkson is coming home to Toronto to suit up for the Maple Leafs and fans of the team are excited about what the local-boy can bring to the club. His decision, and the reaction in one of hockey's biggest market's, make David the Player of the Week.
Bergeron and the Bruins are both seemingly built for playoff hockey. Patrice's inspired and dependable play has Boston back in the Stanley Cup Final and sees him as our Player of the Week
In just his third full NHL season, Corey Crawford is providing strong netminding for the Blackhawks as they continue to play well and gain momentum through the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs. After grabbing a 2-0 series lead over the Kings, Corey is the Player of the Week.
Sharks captain Joe Thornton has been among the elite players in the 2013 playoffs. His offensive production, faceoff prowess and defensive dominance have helped the Sharks to the brink of the Western Conference Final. Due to his strong play and leadership, Joe is the NHLPA.com 'Player of the Week'.
David Krejci is once again showing the NHL that he is a true-playoff performer, leading the Bruins and the post-season in scoring. His play has Bruins fans excited about a long-playoff run in 2013
After helping the Rangers advance to the second-round of the playoffs, Derick Brassard is our Player of the Week.
This season marks Sharks forward Logan Couture’s fourth playoff appearance in as many years in the league, an impressive achievement for the 24 year-old Guelph, ON native.
After becoming the oldest player in NHL history to win the Art Ross Trophy, Martin St. Louis has cemented his place as one of the elite offensive players in the game today.
After helping the Canucks clinch the Northwest Division title, goaltender Cory Schneider is our Player of the Week
Ryan Kesler has returned to the line-up after missing 20 games due to injury and had an immediate impact. The power forward brings another dimension to the Canucks and his presence makes him the Player of the Week
After signing his recent contract extension, Corey Perry has been on-fire in Anaheim, making him our Player of the Week.
The Minnesota native has returned to his home-state and has recently turned up the intensity and the production as the Wild have made a move in the standings. Zach's been a key producer during this stretch and is our Player of the Week.
Proving once again that he is one of the elite goal-scorers in the game today, Jeff Carter has had a hot hand recently.
Jack Johnson has been contributing in many ways recently, helping lead the Blue Jackets to an impressive streak of wins.
Ben Scrivens has taken control of the crease in Toronto, following James Reimer's injury and after posting back-to-back shutouts over Ottawa and Florida, his stellar play has made him the Player of the Week!
Henrik Zetterberg has a stellar career resume, one that includes a Stanley Cup, an Olympic Gold medal and a World Championship title. The Red Wings star, who was named the club's captain this season, is back at peak form and leading the Wings up the standings in the Western Conference.
Daniel Winnik is the Player of the Week for January 18 - 25, 2013