Hitch a ride with Maple Leafs Max Domi and David Kampf as they cruise through Toronto and dream of bringing the Stanley Cup to their city.
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Josh Bailey bids farewell to New York Islanders fans: “I want to thank not just this great fan base, but the people of Long Island as a whole.”
Two years ago, Jimmy Hayes passed away. His brother, Kevin, wrote this for him: “You were the best. You were everybody’s hero. We will never stop telling your story.”
Dawson Mercer has a request for New Jersey Devils fans ahead of the Stanley Cup Playoffs: “How can you not stand there and think: Everything you want, everything you’ve dreamt about … it’s right there.”
Anson Carter on hockey hair: “Hockey hair is a big deal.”
Ahead of his jersey retirement, Ryan Miller wrote this for Buffalo: “The team and the city are one.”
Hop in the passenger seat and take a stroll as Anže Kopitar shows you around Los Angeles.
Take a ride around Ottawa with Claude Giroux as he shows you around his hometown.
On this episode, hear about how Luke now plays with a new freedom, knowing that he can be who he is — on and off the ice.
Erik Karlsson writes a letter to Daniel Alfredsson ahead of the former Ottawa Senators captain’s induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame: “It feels incredible to say that my best friend is going into the Hall of Fame.”
Before Georges Laraque was a sports commentator and a political leader, he was a notorious enforcer in the NHL ... His depression and anxiety led him to seek professional help, and through therapy Georges was finally able to identify his traumas.
On this episode of Blindsided, Dr. Diane asks Corey the questions. We learn about the complexities of OCD, what life was like for him before his diagnosis, and how difficult finding the right help was.
Alex DeBrincat says goodbye to Chicago and the Blackhawks: “I just want to say thank you to you all.”
From a young age, former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy was sexually abused by his junior hockey coach, Graham James, a prominent figure in his hockey community.
Johnny Gaudreau in his own words: “I feel so grateful to have been brought up in the Calgary Flames Organization.”
Patrick Marleau announces his retirement from hockey.
Nazem Kadri has a couple of things to say ahead of the Stanley Cup Playoffs: “I’ve always been someone who, if I’m told I can’t do something … it just makes me want it so much more.”
Madison Bowey wants to correct the narrative about Black players in hockey.
Adam Fox on playing for the New York Rangers: “The Garden is home. It’s one of my favorite places in the world.”
The U.S. Olympic Women’s Ice Hockey Team reveals their locker room playlist .
On this episode of Blindsided, we welcome Paul Bissonnette.
On our very first episode of Blindsided, we welcome Clint Malarchuk.
Colin Wilson opens up: “When I shared my story here last year, I was holding something back.”
Chris Driedger is ready to play for the Seattle Kraken: “I can’t wait to see you show out, Seattle.”