He was a trailblazer, pioneer and ambassador and now Willie O'Ree can now add Hockey Hall of Famer to his list of honours. Known as the Jackie Robinson of hockey, O'Ree became the first black hockey player in NHL history to play in 1958. A member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, Grant Fuhr joins That's Hockey to discuss the impact O'Ree had on him personally.
Athletes from across North America continue to show support for Bell Let's Talk Day through social media. The TH panel explains why it is so important for players to be a key cog in the initiative.
TJ Oshie’s game-winner for the Washington Capitals against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday night marked the third wraparound OT winner of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Which goal do you believe has been the most impressive?