Project North: Bringing the game to distant communities
Since its happenstance origin in 2005, Project North has ventured to the farthest-flung Inuit communities, handing out more than $1 million in much-needed hockey equipment – and keeping a safe distance from polar bears – along the way.
With a new system and added commitment to defensive play, Erik Karlsson is better than ever
Erik Karlsson is playing the best hockey of his career and the Senators are fighting for a division title. But if Brent Burns has the Norris locked up, how about some Hart love for Karlsson?
In Alaska, hard times are taking a toll on local hockey teams
Life in Alaska has changed dramatically since oil revenues took a dive. It affects nearly everything in the state – including leisure dollars – and its hockey teams are folding as a result.
NWHLPA director Battaglino is the inspiring voice women’s hockey needed
Meet Anya Battaglino, Connecticut Whales forward and new head of the NWHL Players’ Association. She’s on a mission not just to earn more respect for her fellow athletes, but for women in general.
Meet the Chinese billionaire who wants to grow hockey in the world's biggest market
There has been an explosion of interest in winter sports in China and Zhou Yunjie wants to work with the NHL as a conduit to that market. The feeling is mutual.
Why there’s no simple solution to the NHL’s battle with bad ice
Unfavorable ice conditions this season have led to player complaints, game delays and even a postponement, but don’t expect the NHL to find an easy fix for the issues.
Devin Setoguchi rises from rock bottom to earn another shot at the NHL
With his career in a tailspin, Devin Setoguchi turned to alcohol to ease his depression. He’s now fit and sober, hoping for another chance at the NHL dream he drank away.