What do you get when you pair an American-born hockey player with a Canadian-born hockey player?
Nick Bonino has won hockey’s biggest team trophy twice, netted U.S. collegiate hockey’s top title nine years ago and now finds himself closing on 500 career NHL games.
As far as bad breaks go, literally and figuratively, it couldn’t have been any worse for Nick Bonino. But in the end, things got better – much better.
He didn’t record a point or hear his name called as one of the stars in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, but Nick Bonino still found a big way to earn top marks from his head coach and teammates.
The Stanley Cup and Christmas are both steeped in their own traditions, but Nick Bonino found a way to intertwine the two in 2016.
Nick Bonino notched the game-winning goal in lifting the Pens to a 3-2 win on Monday night in Pittsburgh
The Penguins are off to the Eastern Conference Final thanks to Nick Bonino’s OT winner in Game 6
After being traded to Pittsburgh Nick Bonino let his dog Kali model his new jersey, to much fanfare
Whether its skating against the best players in the world, or reading to a group of school-children, Nick Bonino is a focused man