Miss Canada 'floored' by response to hockey-inspired dress

Miss Canada says she was "floored" by the response elicited online Thursday by the hockey-inspired dress that she wore for the "National Costume" round of the Miss Universe 2015 pageant in Miami

TBT: Ian Turnbull's record setting night in Toronto

#TBT – 41 years ago this week, Ian Turnbull set the NHL record for defencemen, scoring five goals in a game. The Toronto Maple Leafs blueliner also...

NHL100: Syl Apps

Legendary center served as captain for six years, led Maple Leafs to three Stanley Cup titles, was praised for his character, athleticisim
On this day, 49 years ago, Bobby Orr scored probably the most memorable goal in NHL history
Dave Keon led Toronto to three straight Cup titles

NHL100: Toe Blake

'Backbone' of the famed 'Punch Line' retired as NHL's second-leading all-time scorer, went on to lead Canadiens to eight Stanley Cups as coach

NHL100: Chris Chelios

Standout American defenseman played in 26 seasons, won three Norris Trophies and Stanley Cup titles with Montreal (once) and Detroit (twice)

Flashback Friday: 90's Toy

Florida Panthers recall their favorite 90's toys. Interviews with Sceviour, Haley, Bjugstad, Yandle, Vatrano, Pysyk, and more

Jarome Iginla gets nostalgic as Flames prepare to retire his jersey - Sportsnet.ca

It was a nostalgic day at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Friday as Jarome Iginla returned to Calgary, ahead of his big night on Saturday when the Flames will retire his jersey.

Lemieux splits the North Stars' D

May 17, 1991: Pittsburgh's Mario Lemieux splits North Stars' D and dekes Jon Casey to score signature goal in Game 2 of Stanley Cup Final

NHL Now: Throwback Thursday

On this day in 1978, Bobby Orr announced his retirement from hockey. NHL Now looks back on this edition of

Volcan, Howatt made NHL history 30 years ago

The latest news, analysis and stories from NHL.com, the official site of the National Hockey League

Jan. 21: Gretzky becomes NHL's No. 2 all-time scorer

1989: Wayne Gretzky moves into second place on the NHL's all-time points list. Gretzky scores a goal and has three assists in the Los Angeles Kings' 5-4 loss to the Hartford Whalers at the Civic Center, passing Marcel Dionne to become the NHL's all-time No. 2 scorer.
Hockey's Greatest Moments of All Time

Lindros finally heading into Hockey Hall of Fame

Eric Lindros admitted he knew exactly when the Hockey Hall of Fame's selection committee met each year. Yet, when he received the call from Hall of Fame chairman Lanny McDonald on Monday informing him he had been voted into the 2016 induction class, Lindros was in his car driving home with his wife.As excited as Lindros was to get the call, he didn't pull over.

15 years later: Jordin Tootoo makes NHL debut (Inuktitut)

Fifteen years ago today, Rankin Inlet's Jordin Tootoo became the first Inuk to ever play in the National Hockey League. Check out a report on his debut...

Johnny Bower: 100 Greatest NHL Players

The latest news, analysis and stories from NHL.com, the official site of the National Hockey League

Who was the first hockey player to sign a million dollar contract?

Who was the first hockey player to sign a million dollar contract - trivia question /questions answer / answers

A look back at the Roger Neilson ‘paper bag’ game and Pal Hal’s theatre of the absurd

In countless times under Harold Ballard’s reign, the Maple Leafs could not play their way out of a paper bag.But 40 years ago this month, the owner almost put one over Roger Neilson’s h…
Gretzky to Lemieux - 1987 Canada Cup Winning Goal

1971 Cup Final: Dryden wins MVP

May 18: In his playoffs debut, Montreal Canadiens goaltender Ken Dryden wins the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoffs' most valuable player

Art Ross

The first authorized biography of Art Ross, Hockey Hall of Famer, NHL founding father, and long-time member of the Boston Bruins.

Hockey Night in Canada - The Television Years | History of Canadian Broadcasting

The Tradition ContinuesIt was September of 1952 and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was about to launch the first television stations in Canada. In anticipation of this, Imperial Oil, sponsor of Hockey Night in Canada on radio, had been engaged in talks with the CBC to begin televising hockey for the 1952-53 NHL season.
Dave Hodge Tells CBC How It's Done