Get to know the Florida Panthers' franchise leader in points, Johnathan Huberdeau in this week's Player Q&A!
The magnitude of the moment wasn't lost on Kendall Coyne Schofield — wearing her No. 26 Team USA jersey — as she dug her skates into the ice waiting for the starter's whistle to blow.
Based on what he has been able to two twice this season already, should Noel Acciari and his wife, Kaitlyn, expect triplets this July?
Gerard Gallant began the year with his Vegas Golden Knights in first place in the Pacific Division and news he would be coaching in the upcoming NHL all-star game.
“On practice days, the boys can have whatever they want. On game days, they know it’s all me," says Matt Dumba of his DJ duties.
NHL forward. Children’s book author. esports entrepreneur. Is there anything Zach Hyman can’t do?
The Capitals have signed Nicklas Backstrom for the long term, agreeing to a $46 million, five-year contract extension on Tuesday.
The Swedish tune he'd belt out at karaoke and the teammate he'd most like to take on a road trip – even if the feeling isn't quite mutual.
Andrei Vasilevskiy recorded back-to-back shutouts to cap off a near-perfect week between the pipes for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
TV spots featuring NHLPA members Morgan Rielly, Zach Hyman, and Frédérik Gauthier build off the success of the 2018-19 commercials.
You've seen it in the Mighty Ducks movies and you've probably tried to recreate 'The Flying V', but could it really fly in a game?
Pure Hockey has announced a three-year extension of its partnership agreement with the NHLPA and NHL's Learn to Play program.
Three monthly winners will vie for invitation to the NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
Ryan Strome got some major league excitement less than a minute into his fire station visit.
Antoine Roussel, who has made a big impact since returning to the lineup in early December, stopped by NHLPA.com to talk about a sweet passion and a few savoured moments around the game.
The Calgary Flames have signed defenceman Rasmus Andersson to a six-year contract extension.
They handed him No. 19, and he never looked back on his way to over 900 NHL games with the Washington Capitals.
“As the pressure intensifies for his team, that’s when you’ll see the best of Tony,” said Dave Brown, General Manager of the Ontario Hockey League’s Erie Otters.
Nashville's David Poile did something he has rarely done in nearly 40 years as a general manager: He made a mid-season coaching change after being fed up with the Predators underachieving.
Karaoke may not be for Alex DeBrincat, but One Tree Hill sure is.