At a mere 5-foot-7, Brian Gionta knew the odds would be long at getting an opportunity to play in the NHL some 20 years ago after being drafted by the New Jersey Devils.
Brian Gionta is on a mission – and he wants nothing more to mine gold at PyeongChang 2018.
Sam Gionta still can’t quite wrap his mind around how quickly his son’s NHL career has gone by. He knew he’d be reminded of it again when the Buffalo captain skated in his 1,000th NHL game on March 27. And he was.
To quote Brian Gionta, “You don’t stray from what you are, the person you are, the character you are… it evolves from there.”
Brian Gionta counts down his top five hockey stars that left a mark on him and the sport. Of the players he chose, the he has met four of them, and even has one of the goalie's sticks.
Everywhere he turns in Montreal Brian Gionta sees the familiar colours of the team he leads
Mathieu Darche & some fellow NHLPA members visited the Montreal Children’s Hospital recently to spread some holiday cheer
Brian Gionta knows that every night, against every team is a challenge the Habs must be ready for
As the 28th captain in club history, tenacious forward has the right tools to lead Habs forward