A new campaign, a new team, a new challenge, and a familiar face have Erik Gudbranson counting down the days until the start of the 2022-23 NHL regular season.
Patrik Laine was the Jets player with the most Twitter account mentions this season, and similarly, 25-year-old forward Johnny Gaudreau was the Flames player with the most.
Johnny Gaudreau entered a new year on the heels of a strong December while earning his fifth straight NHL All-Star nod and leading league scoring.
Johnny Gaudreau’s former collegiate coach remembers him in two distinct ways: the unassuming kid off the ice and the game-changing talent on it.
Life before and after the NHL make the cut as the players look back at Jonathan Toews in his university days, and Dominik Hasek in a photo shoot with soccer star Petr Cech.
Not to burst Patrick Kane's bubble, but the triangle may not count as musical ability.
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!
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!
Sonnet’s partnership throughout the 2018-19 NHL season will show a new side of fans’ favourite players.
When he’s not busy bringing the big laughs to the small screen, Nathan Dales, who plays Daryl on the hit CraveTV series, Letterkenny, enjoys watching (or talking about) his beloved Calgary Flames.
In this week's Player Q&A, we learn that Johnny Gaudreau is a real family man, and which soccer star he's rooting for when he tunes into his favourite sport (other than hockey, of course).
We are "On Location" with the players at the 2018 NHL All-Star Game in Tampa
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.
2018 is looking like the year of Johnny Gaudreau.
“Johnny was on the team a couple of years before I was there and he made it a really comfortable environment for me to walk into,” recalled Matthew Tkachuk. “You feel lucky to play with him.”
Last stop of two-day Goals & Dreams event with KidSport Alberta gives Cochrane minor hockey players the opportunity to meet local hockey idols.
The Flames dynamic rookie forward has moved firmly into the Calder Trophy conversation with his recent play and for that he is the NHLPA.com Player of the Week