The past 13 months have been a joyous and eventful time for New York Rangers forward Brett Howden and his older brother Quinton.
Daniel Brickley assembled with the world's greatest athletes in Salt Lake City sixteen years ago. Now 23 and a professional, Brickley recalls the experience as setting the stage for his career in hockey.
Dennis Seidenberg was halfway around the world, but he was along for the ride when Germany shocked the hockey world by claiming silver at PyeongChang 2018.
The NHL has no regrets about not sending its players to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, says commissioner Gary Bettman.
The age-old adage that a hockey team can take on the personality of its captain certainly applies to Chris Kelly, the 37-year-old veteran NHL forward who wore the ‘C’ for Team Canada at PyeongChang 2018.
Mirco Mueller’s one bit of advice to his sister Alina, who turned heads and dropped jaws with her top-shelf performance at the 2018 Winter Olympics, couldn’t be more perfect.
Mason Raymond likes to be forward thinking in his day-to-day approach to life rather than stare into rear-view mirror reflecting on what could have been.
It has been a dozen years since a Lundqvist won an Olympic hockey gold medal, but the younger of the Swedish twins Henrik and Joel hopes to end the drought.
Brian Gionta is on a mission – and he wants nothing more to mine gold at PyeongChang 2018.
"The players are extraordinarily disappointed and adamantly disagree with the NHL's shortsighted decision to not continue our participation in the Olympics."
Dominik Hasek and the Czech Republic will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their own version of the Miracle on Ice a year from now. Hasek reminisces how he and his countrymen shocked the hockey world with a gold-medal victory in Nagano in 1998.
The NHLPA has formally rejected the league's proposal to allow players to participate in the 2018 Olympics in exchange for an extension to the current collective bargaining agreement.
For an athlete that knows a thing or two about hitting the target, it’s somewhat of a surprising answer that James van Riemsdyk gives when it comes to the Summer Olympics sport he’d be least successful at.
The following is a Joint Statement issued by Nicklas Backstrom, WADA, IOC and the IIHF
Ben Delaney is a direct example of how the Players’ Goals & Dreams program has impacted people in all areas of the game of hockey
After a six-month wait, Nicklas Backstrom finally received his silver medal from the Sochi Olympics on Thursday.
The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) released the following statements from Executive Director Don Fehr and Team Sweden forward Nicklas Backstrom regarding today’s decision by the IOC
After proudly representing Canada at the Olympics, Marc-Edouard Vlasic is now focused on Stanley Cup success in San Jose
In true Olympic spirit, a number of player and their families have come together to help take care of Russian stray dogs.
Phil and Amanda Kessel make Winter Olympics history by competing as brother and sister in the same Olympic Games.