While there is no way to be certain — save for an admission by the offending party himself — it certainly appeared that Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux wiped his nose (presumabl
Washington Capitals superstar Alexander Ovechkin made the wish of an 8-year-old girl come true Friday at Kettler Capitals Iceplex when he joined her on the ice and assisted on her two-on-one goal.
Winnipeg Jets star Evander Kane returned to a social media visual motif both his fans and critics should be all too familiar with on Monday when he posted a photo of himself doing push-ups while bear
As TSN NHL Insider Darren Dreger eloquently and succinctly put it in a tweet, “Everyday in Tor[onto] it’s something.
Alexander Ovechkin is good at hockey.
Ron Hextall was known as the ultimate competitor during his stellar 13-year NHL career, spent mostly with the Philadelphia Flyers.
Things have gone from ugly to flat-out revolting for the Toronto Maple Leafs over the past handful of games.
The Montreal Canadiens came out on top in its battle with the hated Boston Bruins on Thursday night, winning by the lopsided score of 5-1.
The Minnesota Wild is riding a four-game losing streak after starting the season 7-3 and the Buffalo Sabres are the worst team in the NHL with a 3-12-2 record.
Available on NHL Shop just in time for the holidays is a line of Ugly Christmas Sweaters paying tribute to the garish article of festive clothing.
The Dallas Stars paid a visit to Gila River Arena on Tuesday to take on the Arizona Coyotes in NHL action.
A video featuring an adorable little kid fist-bumping Boston Bruins players as they stepped off the ice following pregame warmups before Tuesday night’s 2-1 win over the Florida Panthers is mak
St. Louis Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko scored a goal for the ages on Monday night.
In the umpteenth example illustrating that some of the toughest guys in professional sports are involved in hockey, Nashville Predators head coach Peter Laviolette showed that getting hit by a puck a
In somewhat disappointing news, Brent Burns, who more often than not better resembles a guy you might see sleeping outside a bus station than an NHL player, no longer looks like a disheveled, partial