He's already a hockey player and a humanitarian, but there was room for another role in Matt Dumba's life and he's already dressed for the part.
Whether they were button mashing for tricks or taking their time along a classic RPG, players recall their first favourite video games.
A lesson in T9 texting, the original Motorola Razr – and one from Nikolaj Ehlers for those who have been pronouncing Nokia incorrectly!
Minnesota’s Matt Dumba was chosen as the winner the King Clancy Memorial Trophy, a nod to the first NHL player to kneel during the U.S. anthem for his role in helping the sport combat racism.
As he sat watching the television, Dumba felt much farther away than the 1,900 kilometers between where he was in Calgary and his NHL home in Minneapolis.
Seven current or former black NHL players formed the Hockey Diversity Alliance on Monday, creating another avenue to fight racism and intolerance in the sport.
From the first albums some players may have been a little too young for to the ones that reveal a softer side, take a trip down musical memory lane!
Dogs with people names, his favourite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle and more all in one minute with Matt Dumba of the Minnesota Wild.
AOL instant messenger and more make the cut as players recall the first time they logged on!
Goldberg vs Julie the Cat, scenes that stood out, and favourite memories abound as players remember the moments that stuck with them from The Mighty Ducks trilogy.
“On practice days, the boys can have whatever they want. On game days, they know it’s all me," says Matt Dumba of his DJ duties.
Cards in the spokes? Not for Kevin Hayes – and Derek Stepan has a theory why!
Players reminisce on one of hockey's greatest movies – which wasn't always that true to the sport.
We all start somewhere, likely with whatever you can get your hands on. Players recall their first pieces of hockey equipment!
You may know Matt Dumba by his nickname, "Dumbs", but we've got what he wish it was, his favourite off-season spot and more in this week's Player Q&A!
Great Clips becomes official hair salon of the NHL; “LegendHairy Greats” digital video series featuring Brent Burns and Duncan Keith.
The Wild and Matt Dumba have agreed on a five-year, $30 million deal to keep the 23-year-old defenceman in Minnesota after a breakout year.
NHLPA.com caught up with Matt Dumba of the Minnesota Wild recently and ran him through our Holiday Quiz.
The NHL's best young prospects took the next step in fulfilling their dreams of becoming NHL stars during the first round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft