The world might just be realizing it, but Anze Kopitar has always played a man's hockey game on both ends of the ice, Scott Burnside writes.
Considering Alexander Steen's great play this season, he is certainly guaranteed a spot on the Swedish team in Sochi.
Former Hart Trophy winner and two-time Stanley Cup champion Peter Forsberg began early Saturday morning what he hopes will be one final comeback attempt with the Colorado Avalanche.
You can't draw too many conclusions from Game 1 of the season, but St. Louis' win over Detroit on Friday is just the boost this young team needs.
Todd Bertuzzi's NHL story is an infamous one. The latest chapter brings him back to Detroit. Can he reclaim his game in 2009-10?
Some will continue to argue over the merit of having the NHL teams opening their seasons in Europe, but the Red Wings' trip to Sweden is proof it's still worth it.
Henrik Zetterberg wasn't a highly touted prospect like a Crosby or an Ovechkin, but the forward is one of the NHL's most talented. How long until he's considered the best?
Conventional wisdom notwithstanding, the Stanley Cup means just as much to Europeans as it does to North Americans.
Team USA's must-win game against Sweden turned into Phil Kessel's coming out party.