Nine-year-old St. Louis Blues fan Alex Vaughn is on the road to recovery after being seriously injured by a puck while attending a game earlier this season.
In what has to be one of the worst — not to mention disgusting, unsanitary and goodness knows what else — ways to store concession food at a sporting event, a Montreal Canadiens fan stash
Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson for the second year in a row is the NHL’s best-costumed player thanks to a brilliant costume inspired by Natalie Portman’s character in the 2010 f
Dancing Kevin, a Columbus Blue Jackets superfan who entertained the hometown crowd in Nationwide Arena by getting jiggly with it during his patented dance routines, has lost a whopping 150 pounds.
Alexander Ovechkin is without question one of the best hockey players in the world.
Fans in attendance at Team USA’s final game in what has been a disastrous appearance in the World Cup of Hockey added insult to injury by chanting “Let’s Go Kessel” during pla
Kevin Durant, a D.C.-area native, was in attendance at the Washington Redskins-Pittsburgh Steelers tilt on Monday night.
David Backes is not your normal, everyday NHL star player. Through his 10-year career in the league, all as a member of the St. Louis Blues, Backes played nearly every game.
The Minnesota Wild, after courting fan opinion, have announced that Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” as the team’s official goal song in tribute to the recently departed and be
New Jersey Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid is part of a contest where fans have the chance to custom design his pads for the 2016-17 NHL season.
The Tampa Bay Lightning won the Eastern Conference Finals and reached the Stanley Cup Finals in the 2014-15 NHL season.
With both the Republican and Democratic national conventions now in the rear-view mirror, the U.S.
Jose Bautista’s majestic — and ultimately controversial — bat flip during the playoffs last season has become one of the more iconic scenes in recent postseason baseball history.
Sean Avery was known as a pesky, trash-talking menace during his playing days in the NHL, and it appears his sometimes-unbecoming and off-putting conduct on the ice — not to mention off of it &
The San Jose Sharks will have some very special guests in attendance at SAP Center for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night, as it has been announced that Bay Area icons Metallica will be