Art Ross

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

Dale Hawerchuk

We imagine that in the 1980’s that Dale Hawerchuk pretty much owned the Province of Manitoba in the 1980’s. Coming off a spectacular junior career, Ha...
Denis Savard Inducted Into the Hockey Hall of Fame (Nov. 13, 2000)

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...

Hockey Hall of Famer Denis Potvin Announces Retirement from Broadcasting

SUNRISE, Fla. - Denis Potvin in conjunction with the Florida Panthers and FOX Sports Florida announced today his retirement from television broadcasting.

A Montreal hockey legend was born on this day in 1921 | CBC Archives

He started out with team management doubting his durability. But Maurice Richard went on to win eight Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens.

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.

Mr. Hockey and The Great One Square Off in NHL for First Time

On Nov. 17, 1979, hockey icons Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe played their first NHL game against each other. Gretzky would go on to play his idol three more times.
Retrobites: Foster Hewitt (1956) | CBC
Dave Keon led Toronto to three straight Cup titles
Don Cherry explains what makes Hockey Night in Canada so special
Sergei Fedorov Hart Trophy Season Highlights (1993-94)
Defector Alexander Mogilny Story
Bernie 'Boom Boom' Geoffrion popularized slap shot
Johnny Bucyk served as captain of 'Big Bad Bruins'
Tim Horton had legendary strength, anchored Toronto D
Darryl Sittler once scored 10 points in one game
Frank Mahovlich - 1972 Summit Series Game 2, Goal 5
Guy Lafleur Last Goal Ever in Montreal!!! Sunday March 14, 2010
Gordie Howe's Final NHL Goal #giveittocheech

Great Canadians: Cassie Campbell-Pascall

Great Canadians: Cassie Campbell-Pascall

The former Captain Canada and two-time Olympic gold medallist shares the lessons hockey taught her, and why...
Brett Hull Slapshot Goals Compilation

NHL100: Chris Chelios

Standout American defenseman played in 26 seasons, won three Norris Trophies and Stanley Cup titles with Montreal (once) and Detroit (twice)
All-Time Slapshots Al MacInnis
Larry Robinson
Phil Housley 2 Man Shorthanded Goal
They're Going Home! (Jan. 11, 1976) - Flyers v Russia, Russia leaves the ice as it’s ‘too rough’

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...

Throwback Thursday to exactly 12 years ago when this brawl happened between Edmonton and Atlanta.
#WhoseLineIsItEberle #FarewellRexallPlace

1993 Stanley Cup flashback: Why Brian Bellows was benched in Game 2

Flashback: As the Canadiens got ready for Game 3 in L.A., coach Jacques Demers explained why he was upset with Brian Bellows’s play.
Gump Worsley Vintage North Stars Footage Hall of Famer

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

Throwback Thursday: Savard Dekes Edmonton

"We just sat on the bench... saying, 'Did I just see that?'"

We look back to Denis Savard's incredible shorthanded goal against one of the best teams in...

Maple Leaf Gardens remains special place 20 years after final NHL game

Wendel Clark pointed at a large red dot painted on the floor of a downtown Toronto supermarket and became overwhelmed with nostalgia.
Joe Sakic Jersey Retirement Ceremony Part 1/3
Mario Lemieux Retirement Ceremony Pt. 3
Ducks honor Paul Kariya and retire his No. 9
Teemu Selanne's No 8 jersey retired in the Honda Center rafters

Jersey retired - Bouchard and Lach | Historical Website of the Montreal Canadiens

MONTREAL  – As part of the festivities surrounding the club’s Centennial game, the Montreal Canadiens honoured two outstanding players whose...

Throwback Thursday: When good NHL coaches were being recycled - TheHockeyNews

Back in 2003, The Hockey News lamented the number of good coaches being fired. But much like today, it didn't take long for those coaches to find work elsewhere.

Throwback Thursday: Street hockey

Every Thursday, we feature an image from the StarPhoenix archives. Today, we see an image of children playing hockey at Coy Avenue and Second Street, from Nov. 29, 1954

NHL Now: Throwback Thursday

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

Flashback Friday: 90's Toy

Florida Panthers recall their favorite 90's toys. Interviews with Sceviour, Haley, Bjugstad, Yandle, Vatrano, Pysyk, and more
Sharks Playoffs Are More Fun at Our House
Sharks For Life Commercial: School Bus

Sharks For Life: Presentation

Joe Pavelski and Evgeni Nabokov are stoked about the board meeting presentation in this Emmy Award winning Sharks For Life commercial spot.
Sharks For Life: Barbershop
Hockey Dreams – Scotiabank: World Cup of Hockey and NHL 2016~2017
DAIRY FARMERS OF CANADA - MILK - HOCKEY
Doug Gilmour milk commercial from the 90's

Throwback Thursday: This Week in Hockey History

OT goals and NHL records keep on rollin’ in this week’s edition of Throwback Thursday!

TBT: First ever NHL All-Star Game - Sportsnet.ca

We throw back to 1947 when the NHL played their first All-Star Game. Back then it was the defending league champion Maple Leafs against a squad of All-Stars where dust-ups, hard hits and physical play was the norm.

Remembering the Top Three hockey cartoons ever - TheHockeyNews

Among the clichés of heroes overcoming impossible odds or hockey really just being about the fights are three excellent cartoons that are required viewing for hockey fans, young and old.

Throwback Thursday: The Ridiculous Saturday Morning Cartoon Starring Jordan, Gretzky, and Bo

Before the Internet, celebrities used vanity cartoons to brand themselves to children. Which is probably how Michael Jordan, Bo Jackson, and Wayne Gretzky ended up fighting really weird crimes in an animated show called "ProStars."

Who Invented Hockey?

Come, let us take you back to the origins of hockey. We'll answer the age old question, who invented hockey and the influence that a European game had.

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.
Peter Puck
Peter Puck: Scott Niedermayer
HNIC - Peter Puck: Alex Ovechkin (HD)
Peter Puck: The Sedin Twins

Habs score fastest two NHL goals

Max Domi pots a go-ahead goal for the Canadiens as Joel Armia scores two seconds later, setting an NHL record for the fastest two goals

Hockey’s 10 Most Underrated Rookie Cards Of The 1980s

The 1980s were a wild time for hockey fans and there are plenty of O-Pee-Chee and Topps rookie cards from that era that are considered undervalued today.

The 10 Best Hockey Rookie Cards of the 1980s

The 1980s were a Golden Age for hockey. We count down the decade's 10 best rookie cards. Includes images, analysis and buying guide.