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The Ultimate Teammate
What Josh Gorges does for a living rarely ends up on the score sheet, which is just as well; the most valued currency in an NHL dressing room isn't measured in goals and assists.



The Workhorse
Travis Moen's willingness to get his hands dirty began long before he set foot on NHL ice.



Keyboard Warriors
Thanks to Twitter, it's never been easier for fans to connect with their favorite NHL players, 140 characters at a time.

Blast from the Past
Brian Bellows and Mike Keane gave Paul DiPietro a celebration to remember in 1993.

On the Rise: Morgan Ellis
When it comes to hockey, Morgan Ellis has always managed to find the perfect balance between work and play.

Remembering Eddy
When Eddy Palchak passed away on November 16, 2011, the Canadiens lost a member of the family, but his memory lives on through some of the legendary players he worked with along the way.

The Last Word: Jamie Bell
In hockey, like in movies, there are some roles that are harder to fill than others. That's why when Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson decided to adapt the iconic series The Adventures of Tintin for the big screen, they chose an actor as distinguished and experienced as the title character himself. We caught up with Jamie Bell - renowned for his work in such films as Billy Elliot, Defiance, and The Eagle - ahead of the movie's North American premiere in Montreal to find out more about the actor who brought the legendary reporter to life.

* Read the full interview here

On the Fly
Quick hits, insider chatter, and other random facts including:
-    Tomas Plekanec: Proud Papa
-    My Hometown: Scott Gomez
-    Dining out with Yannick Weber
-    Lars Eller’s Must List
-    Head to Head: Ryan White vs Barry White

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