A Stanley Cup, a World championship and World Cup of Hockey title, but nothing has come easy for the Los Angeles Kings veteran defenceman.
The past 13 months have been a joyous and eventful time for New York Rangers forward Brett Howden and his older brother Quinton.
Buffalo Sabres alternate captain Ryan O’Reilly always RSVPs yes when he is invited to represent Canada.
Shane Doan comes from a long line of hockey players and cowboys, so he takes us along for the ride on his horses to talk shop with host Brett Lindros, while Marc-Andre Fleury recounts his glory days with Team Canada.
Originally aired Sept. 24, 1996, this episode features a young Paul Kariya, just beginning to build toward his Hall of Fame career!
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.
Originally aired February 21, 2002, this episode features Edmonton Oilers fan favourite, Ryan Smyth – aka ‘Captain Canada’ – serving it up as a chef at his restaurant!
Bergeron has formed a formidable Team Canada line with Boston teammate Brad Marchand and Pittsburgh superstar Sidney Crosby, a trio that’s combined for 22 points in five games.
He isn't sporting the “C” or “A” on his sweater for this tournament, but Joe Thornton's veteran presence and outstanding career are assets Team Canada couldn't pass up on.
Just before Duchene and Team Canada take to the ice for their first round-robin game of the World Cup of Hockey, the 25-year-old spoke with NHLPA.com about his beloved hometown.
Team Canada D-man talks Russian Rocket, World Cup of Hockey, and playing with Sid the Kid.
Ryan Smyth adds 1,000 games played to his impressive career list of achieivements.....
With bidding starting at 99 cents, hockey fans from around the world have the opportunity to own a piece of Olympic hockey history, while supporting the Hockey for Hait relief project.
HEROS, Boys & Girls Club and KidSport each to receive 50 tickets for games today.