The Canadian Tire PWHPA All-Star Weekend will take place December 9-11 in the Ottawa region.
Buffalo Sabres winger or award-winning actor? Victor Olofsson on his celebrity look-alike and more.
Growing up on Montreal’s West Island, Matheson recalls cheering for the Habs as a young fan and which player was a household favourite.
MacKinnon has eight goals and 26 assists for a team-best 34 points this season for the defending Stanley Cup champions.
Gallagher missed games at Calgary and Edmonton last week because of the injury.
Acciari's ability to be placed anywhere in the lineup has helped the Blues get back on track after a tough start to the season.
Mr. Hischier reporting to class. The Devils captain on what he would have been if he wasn't a hockey player and more.
When the opportunity arose for the forward to meet with five-year-old Victoria who is battling cancer, both quickly accepted the invite.
Letang, a six-time All-Star, has been one of the most durable players in the NHL.
This month has marked the 24th annual Hockey Fights Cancer campaign – a joint initiative between the NHL and NHLPA.
The 26-year-old Hintz has 88 goals and 106 assists in his 261 games over five seasons, all with Dallas.
NHLPA Goals & Dreams recently donated equipment to the Rantanen Academy hockey school in Finland.
Team president Brendan Shanahan said Salming opened the door for Europeans in the NHL.
Thompson’s nomadic journey to an NHL life is a story of inspiration, perseverance and patience.
Rielly was injured on an awkward collision with New York Islanders forward Kyle Palmieri on Monday night.
Malkin made his debut with Pittsburgh on Oct. 18, 2006. The center helped the Penguins to Stanley Cup titles in 2009, 2016 and 2017.
Rachel remains cancer-free, now four years after she was told she had chondrosarcoma.
The initiative will include a Kids Help Phone counsellor and a member from their texting team being acknowledged along with monthly assist leaders.
Roberto Luongo, Henrik and Daniel Sedin, Daniel Alfredsson, Riikka Sallinen and Herb Carnegie will be the latest stars to be enshrined.
Over the last year, the NHL and the NHLPA have been working on plans to conduct the next World Cup of Hockey, the premier international best-on-best hockey tournament, in February 2024.