Murray Murdoch was the original NHL ironman playing in 11 seasons with the New York Rangers, never missing a game.
"The Golden Brett" spent his formative years developing as a hockey player in Winnipeg's minor hockey system.
Coming from a small hockey-crazed city in Kazakhstan, Evgeni Nabokov went on to win the Calder Memorial Trophy and become one of the top NHL goaltender…
Art Coulter won a Stanley Cup as the captain of the New York Rangers in 1940.
Bill Juzda was a hard-hitting defenseman that won two Stanley Cups with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1949 and 1951.
Sergei Krivokrasov was one of the first Russian players to come over across the pond to North America to play in the NHL in the early 1990s.
The last player still alive that was on the ice the night that Bill Mosienko scored his famous three goals in 21 seconds tells his story.
In the fall of 1945, the famous Pony Line of Max Bentley, Doug Bentley and Bill Mosienko was created in training camp by Black Hawks coach Johnny Gotts…
In 1946, a Chicago nurse named Rosalie "Lee" Chereskin went on a mission to help a patient meet their hockey hero, Bill Mosienko.
On December 7th 1961, Alex Faulkner became the first player from Newfoundland and Labrador to play in the National Hockey League.
Tommy Soderstrom came to North America with unrealistic expectations and retired with his love for the game all but extinguished.
Hailing from the French-speaking St. Boniface neighbourhood of Winnipeg, Rosario "Lolo" Couture won a Stanley Cup with the Chicago Black Hawks in 1934.