Charlie McAvoy is as wholesome as they come, and if he wants it, definitely has a career in PR when he decides to hang up the skates.
The reason behind why he wears No. 73 and more in this week's Player Q&A with Charlie McAvoy. Hint – it is homage to a current teammate!
The Boston Bruins have signed 42-year-old defenceman Zdeno Chara to a one-year, $2 million contract extension.
The Boston Bruins acquired centre Charlie Coyle from the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night for centre Ryan Donato and a conditional fifth-round pick that would become a fourth-round choice if the Bruins win a playoff round.
With all eyes on Patrice Bergeron as he skated in his 1,000th NHL game, he proved just why he's enjoyed such longevity in a week he played OT hero and co-led the league in goals.
Patrice Bergeron, bus driver? In many ways, that’s exactly what the player on the cusp of a major milestone is.
The Olympics, winning a Stanley Cup with the Pittsburgh Penguins – all accomplished before before Shawn McEachern's rookie season in the NHL.
The New Year has ushered in some emotional and eventful times for Boston Bruins rugged fourth-line forward Chris Wagner.
Rick Nash has announced his retirement from hockey after suffering a concussion last March.
Some of the biggest names in the game open up about teammate gifts.
Marty Turco opens up about his time learning from Eddie Belfour and as a Michigan Wolverine amid trips to a Dallas Mavericks game and The Mark Cuban Show with host Brett Lindros.
The 2019 Winter Classic at Notre Dame Stadium will be extra special for John Moore, who knows hockey wasn't always so popular near his suburban Chicago hometown.
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.
Ciao! It’s a word Boston’s star defenceman used several times during his recent trip to Italy. Great food. Great wine. Great people. Krug experienced it all on a vacation of a lifetime.
A lot has changed over the last two decades in professional hockey. Through it all, there was Jarome Iginla.
The Boston Bruins have re-signed forward Sean Kuraly to a three-year deal.
Affectionately known as Iggy, the Edmonton-born former Calgary Flames captain has over 1,500 NHL games and exactly 1,300 points to his name – and a whole whack of hardware to fill out his trophy case.
Originally aired January 29, 2001, this episode features Brian Leetch, the prolific, long-time New York Rangers defencemen who made his mark on the ice, and in the community with “Skate with the Greats”.
The Boston Bruins and Calgary Flames are set to play in a pair of preseason games in Shenzhen on Sept. 15 and in Beijing on Sept. 19.
Which five current NHL D-men get an A-plus when it comes to contributing the most on the scoresheet in the Stanley Cup Playoffs?