Eric Lindros

Show # 66
December 12 – 18

Canada’s best junior hockey player of his era, Eric was the first pick in his NHL draft on his way to the Hockey Hall of Fame and a ranking as one of the 100 greatest hockey players of all time.

Scott Stevens

Show # 35
May 9 – 15

A Stanley Cup MVP and first-ballot Hockey Hall of Famer, Scott was an intensely physical and highly skilled player and is now the NHL’s top TV analyst.

Miracle on Ice

Show # 24
February 22 – 28

Forty years ago, the U.S. hockey team defeated the Soviet Union in the Miracle on Ice at the Lake Placid Winter Olympics on its way to a gold medal win over Finland.  Craig Patrick and Jim Craig share the excitement.

Jim Craig

Show # 17
January 4 – 10

Jim co-created the Gold Medal Miracle on Ice at Lake Placid in the 1980 Winter Olympics, stopping 36 of 39 shots on goal from the feared Soviet team, en route to a stunning 4-3 U.S. victory.

Mike Richter and Patrick Kelly

Show # 10
November 16 – 22
Broadly considered to be the best American born goaltender of all-time and and one of hockey’s most strategic thinkers, Mike led his New York Rangers to a Stanley Cup Championship and is a member of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. An Olympic silver medalist, Mike won the Lester Patrick Award was the an NHL All-Star Game MVP. Mike is joined by hockey icon Patrick Kelly, one of the founders and first commissioners of the East Coast Hockey League and the former head coach of the Colorado Rockies.

Mark Messier

Show # 8
November 2 – 8
One of the greatest hockey players of all-time, Mark was a fifteen-time NHL All-Star, a two-time Hart Trophy winner as the NHL’s MVP and a six-time Stanley Cup Champion.  Revered for his clutch play and teamwork, Messier is an Officer of the Order of Canada and a three-time Canada Cup Gold Medalist.