Count Mark Recchi as the latest athlete to get a post-championship celebratory tattoo. The 43-year-old winger retired after the Bruins won the Cup this season and decided to get his first tattoo.
The New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins played in one of the ugliest games of the NHL season February 11th.
Boston Bruins winger Milan Lucic gets his day with the Stanley Cup Sunday and will celebrate in his hometown of Vancouver.
Sharks defenseman Brent Burns is one of the more heavily-tattooed players in the NHL. He got his first tattoo done when he was 11 and hasn’t stopped since.
Guess what? Ukrainian athletes freak out too. It isn’t just the Ron Artests and Yadier Molinas of the world that go ballistic during a game — it happens overseas, too.
There are a few reasons I would never buy a Henrik and Daniel Sedin combo jersey. For starters, combo jerseys are probably one of the lamest pieces of sports memorabilia you can own.
As usual, the Stanley Cup’s tour around the world has had its fair share of funny moments.
One of the greatest rewards for winning the Stanley Cup (besides finally being able to shave the beard) is getting to spend one day with it.