December 07, 1998
THEO FLEURYCalgary's $2.4 million-a-year winger and, at 5'6", the NHL's shortest player, upon learning that rookie Flames teammate Martin St. Louis towers over him by half an inch: "That's O.K. When I stand on my...
November 11, 2002 | Daniel G. Habib
PenguinsBehind playmaking center Mario Lemieux (20 assists) and blossoming right wing Aleksey Morozov (seven goals), surprising Pittsburgh, which last season missed the playoffs and had only 69 points, was 7-2-2-0...
November 18, 2002 | Daniel G. Habib
Tampa Bay's Martin St. Louis is just 5'7½", but his height hasn't kept him from being a top NHL scorer
May 05, 2003 | Michael Farber
SI special contributor Pierre McGuire ranks the remaining playoff clubs in order of team speed.
October 03, 2005 | Brian Cazeneuve
Thanks to stars willing to settle for less, the Cup winners' highly skilled core remains intact