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.”
Ryan Suter says thank you to Minnesota: ”We’ve built our lives in this community, and for the past nine years it’s been the best place in the world for us all.”
Vincent Trocheck introduces his Carolina Hurricanes teammates through song: “Prepare yourself for a musical journey unlike any other.”
Al Montoya loves the game of hockey more than anything and knows it needs to be better: “Diversity is a source of strength, and the game needs more of it.”
Tyler Toffoli on his NHL career and the Canadiens' playoff run: “Everything I’ve experienced — every win, every loss — has led me to becoming a Hab.”
One of the reasons I’ve made it as long as I have in the league is because I specifically know I’m not an All-Star.
Kaleb Dahlgren on healing, helping others, and honoring the 16 people who lost their lives in the Humboldt bus crash.
Wherever there is hate and ignorance there is also love, wisdom and acceptance to be found.
From the time I started playing on organized teams at six or seven years old, I felt like I didn’t belong.
We accomplished what we set out to do as seven-year-olds, and you just can’t help but realize all the things that had to go right.
It’s not going to take two days or two weeks for it to hit you that you won the Stanley Cup — it’s going to hit you right then and there.