The fashion faux pas you won't catch Chris Tanev wearing and more in the defenceman's Q&A!
Going up against the best hockey players on the planet doesn’t bring out the nerves in Jacob de la Rose. Watching the horse he co-owns with another NHLer compete? That’s an entirely different story.
Aside from the 1,000 NHL games played milestone he recently reached, veteran defenceman Dan Hamhuis names his top five hockey career moments so far.
Backhand winners. Perfect shots. Late rallies. Dane Jackson saw it all time and again from Brock Boeser. And that was just when the two faced-off in ping-pong.
A durable and effective defenceman, Dan Hamhuis got to live out a childhood dream on the way to becoming just the 106th defenceman to reach 1,000 NHL games.
These young guns have taken their best shot, literally, in 2017-18. While they might be short on NHL experience, this handful (plus one) of rookies is seriously big on talent.
Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver Canucks to face-off on Sept. 21 and Sept. 23 in Shanghai and Beijing.
In this week's Player Q&A, we learn that Jack Skille has a romantic side - judging by who he'd take where on his dream vacation!
In this week's Player Q&A we learn that Jacob Markstrom doesn't have a single piece of embarrassing music on his playlist - because he isn't embarrassed of anything.
Each Tuesday, Derek Dorsett is greeted by the familiar sound on his cell phone, a weekly reminder of the date he underwent surgery. And every time the 30-year-old hears that ping, it inspires him to find his way back onto the ice and to the game he loves.
Henrik Sedin has reached the 1,000 NHL career-point milestone – all with the Vancouver Canucks.
Who tops the list when it comes to the Vancouver defenceman’s all-time favourite player? Sbisa’s picks include three defenceman, two Swedes, a Finn, and a tie for fourth spot.
A bet’s a bet, and Ben Hutton learned the hard way that losing one to Erik Gudbranson results in sporting a brand new mullet.
Hutton selected the five people he’d love to go head-to-head with on Lip Sync Battle, the hit show that pits two celebrities squaring off for “singing” bragging rights.
When both your shoes get stuck on top of a light fixture, it’s nice to have your teammates nearby to help save the day.
After conquering Mt. Kilimanjaro this summer, the 26-year-old defenceman sets his sights on hockey gold.
What’s the one thing – other than seeing his children working on their aquatic skills – that goes through Alex Burrows’ mind at the swimming pool? Spoiler alert: it’s hockey.
Whether it’s lip-synching to pop-music or manning the blueline in Vancouver the young defenceman is right at home
Steady defenceman played in 633 career games with Atlanta, Los Angeles, Vancouver, St. Louis, Florida and Montreal
Though they have been members of the Canucks their entire careers, it is not just hockey that defines Daniel and Henrik Sedin’s relationship with Vancouver.