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?
Originally aired March 5, 2003, this week's episode features Glen Murray, who hits the "Big Dig" construction site with host Brett Lindros, on the cusp of back-to-back NHL All-Star outings with the Boston Bruins.
Jake DeBrusk is making the most out of his first Stanley Cup Playoffs. Wednesday night, the forward scored a pair of goals that included the series-clinching goal in the back-and-forth 7-4 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Brad Marchand stepped up for the Boston Bruins to score the go-ahead goal in Thursday night's 3-1 Game 4 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
David Pastrnak sure did a lot of damage with 15:46 of ice time – including an NHL record and his first postseason hat trick.
Bar down? There's only one way to answer that question for Boston Bruins netminder, Tuukka Rask!
While Tuukka Rask recently flashed his glove hand in a much different manner than his Boston teammates are used to seeing, there’s one newer member of the Bruins that marvels at everything he does.
Check out these five big-time backstoppers (currently active with 30+ starts) who showcase some serious talent when it comes to keeping the puck out of their net.
Peter Schaefer only coached the Surrey Eagles of the British Columbia Hockey League for one season, but his impact lives on in the form of Boston Bruins rookie Danton Heinen.
His size, strength and skill are more than enough to rattle the most seasoned NHL player. And Rick Nash’s new teammates couldn’t be more grateful to have him on their side.
Originally aired March 27, 2000, we revisit a time when Ray Bourque – one of the best defencemen to ever lace them up in the NHL – was brand new to the Colorado Avalanche and had yet to hoist the Stanley Cup.
Dave Schaller doesn’t have a swelled head when it comes to his younger brother Tim’s NHL career. He does, however, sport a big head – 3 ½-feet high, to be exact.
In his first full season with Salmon Arm, Riley Nash scored 84 points in 55 games (along with 11 points in 11 playoff games) to finish as the club’s top scorer, with a helping hand from the Hagels.
When you add up what these players bring to their respective teams, the numbers are pretty impressive.
David Backes posted three consecutive multi-point games to punctuate a fantastic December for the winger – a month he was, at one point, expected to miss entirely.
Edmonton Oilers defenceman Andrew Ference has announced his retirement from professional hockey after 16 seasons in the National Hockey League.
Learn more about Prince Edward Island native and Boston Bruins blueliner Adam McQuaid in this week's Player Q&A.