Profile: Manny Malhotra

One of the elite two-way forwards of his generation, Malhotra starred in the NHL for 16 seasons where he played in 1,026 games. He was among the best in NHL history at faceoffs, with the fourth-highest career faceoff winning percentage (58.85%) ever. A second-generation Punjabi-Canadian, Malhotra played minor hockey in Mississauga, ON before being drafted… Continue reading Profile: Manny Malhotra

Profile: Stan Wong

The most-decorated American in IIHF history, Stan Wong has served as Team USA's athletic trainer for 17 World Juniors (2002-2019), 4 Olympics (2006, 2010, 2014, and 2018), 12 world championships (2006-2018), and 10 Deutschland Cups. “He’s a guy who cares about everybody. Sometimes he’s got 40 kids on the ice and everybody knows it’s hard… Continue reading Profile: Stan Wong

First Goals: Yamamoto, Pu, and Ang

2018 saw a number of firsts for players of Asian descent, including Kailer Yamamoto's first NHL goal and first AHL goals for Cliff Pu and Jonathan Ang. A first-round draft pick of the Edmonton Oilers in 2017, winger Kailer Yamamoto scored his first NHL goal on October 18th against the Boston Bruins. Yamamoto received a… Continue reading First Goals: Yamamoto, Pu, and Ang

Profile: Jim Paek

Jim Paek (백지선) has had a decorated playing, coaching, and management career in hockey, as not only the first player of Korean descent to play in the NHL, but also the first player of Asian descent to win the Stanley Cup. Paek was born in 1967 in Seoul and moved to Toronto as an infant.… Continue reading Profile: Jim Paek