Not to burst Patrick Kane's bubble, but the triangle may not count as musical ability.
No wakeboarding for these guys, but only a few of them think they could – even if they were allowed!
Who can solve a Rubik’s cube and who can shuffle like a pro, while one player pulls off a magic trick in Part II of asking over a dozen players about their off-ice skills!
Which Ted Lindsay Award recipient can’t whistle, and which captain gets creative in the kitchen by throwing the recipes out the window?
Check out the debut episode of this seven-part series featuring over a dozen players being quizzed about their everyday – and not-so-everyday – off-ice skills!
Some regrettable hair styles and vintage ‘90s looks make the cut as players weigh in to caption these throwback photos of current and former NHL'ers!
What tops the Minnesota Wild forward’s list? Here’s a pair of hints: it debuted in 2005 and won the People’s Choice Award for Favourite New TV Drama that same year.
A pair of NHLPA members, Minnesota Wild’s Charlie Coyle and Arizona Coyotes Derek Stepan, were only too happy to hand out top grades during Teacher Appreciation Week.
With the 2018 #NHLAllStar Game around the corner, NHLPA.com and Sophia Jurksztowicz share some preseason findings on who is the All-Star of what – off the ice.
With the 2018 #NHLAllStar Game around the corner, NHLPA.com and Sophia Jurksztowicz share some preseason findings on who is the All-Star of what – off the ice!
Charlie Coyle tells all in this week's Player Q&A, which has us wondering if we want to know what Jason Zucker's closet really looks like.
NHL Players like Brent Burns, Charlie Coyle, Matt Hendricks & Nate Schmidt talk about their respect and admiration for the people who protect our freedom.
While his opponents may not notice the stealthy Ryan Suter speeding up until it's too late, Minnesota Wild teammate Charlie Coyle has come to anticipate it.
Goals & Dreams 15th Anniversary Tour Begins in Minnesota Where The Program Has Made A Strong Impact
Charlie Coyle and the Wild are focused on getting back into their opening-round series by playing the right way