Which Ted Lindsay Award recipient can’t whistle, and which captain gets creative in the kitchen by throwing the recipes out the window?
Turns out Marty Turco is the original NHL cat guy, and according to Jamie Benn, Evgeni Malkin can probably talk to dolphins.
Hope. It’s the one message Jimmy Hayes constantly conveys to anyone he meets whose lives are affected by cancer.
The Nashville Predators say forward Viktor Arvidsson will miss between up to eight weeks with a broken thumb, and they've also placed defenceman P.K. Subban on injured reserve.
Brian Boyle understandably becomes emotional when queried about what the past three weeks have been like for him.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have traded forward Carl Hagelin to the Los Angeles Kings for forward Tanner Pearson.
Find out why Winnipeg Jets teammate Connor Hellebuyck and streamer Ninja make the cut in Patrik Laine's Player Q&A!
Who can get the job done in the dot? If you happen to need a crucial faceoff win in the crunch, we offer up a handful of players who know how to stickhandle their way to success.
Certain members of the NHL's goalie fraternity have voiced their displeasure with the league's move to shrink chest protectors this season.
There was a point in time when Jake McCabe would find himself on the receiving end of mini stick hockey’s version of a game misconduct.
Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson’s 20‑game suspension for an illegal check to the head of St. Louis Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist has been reduced by Arbitrator Shyam Das to 14 games, available here.
The National Hockey League announced a tentative $18.9 million settlement Monday with more than 300 retired players who sued the league and accused it of failing to protect them from head injuries or warning them of the risks involved with playing.
Los Angeles Kings goalie Jack Campbell will be out for at least a month after surgery to repair a meniscus tear in his knee, dealing another blow Monday to the NHL's last-place team.
Blake Wheeler co-led the league with six assists as part of his seven-point week (1-6–7) which featured a career first.
Former players Martin Brodeur, Martin St. Louis, and Willie O'Ree get their call to the hall alongside Gary Bettman, Jayna Hefford, and Alexander Yakushev.
Check out the debut episode of this seven-part series featuring over a dozen players being quizzed about their everyday – and not-so-everyday – off-ice skills!
Originally aired February 26, 2003, Jocelyn Thibault and host Brett Lindros try their hands in the kitchen!
Derek MacKenzie has never believed in giving up. Through his work with Northern Ontario Families of Children with Cancer (NOFCC), he found out he’s not the only one.
Jason Spezza has been in a reflective mood lately. Playing in your 1,000 career game will do that to you.
Hockey Fights Cancer runs for the month of November.