Newly-signed Vancouver Canucks defenceman Ian Cole is changing his jersey number.
Here are some articles to read up on Ian Cole.
Goal of the Year: Ian Cole
Normally when someone scores from center ice it should be their best goal of the year, but I couldn’t quite give this one to Ian Cole. Instead let’s go with his first goal in a Lightning uniform.
Meet the New Canucks: Ian Cole
The Vancouver Canucks shored up their blue line in free agency, signing defenseman Ian Cole to a one-year deal worth $3 million. This will be the 34-year-old’s eighth NHL organization, previously playing for the St. Louis Blues, Pittsburgh Penguins, Columbus Blue Jackets, Colorado Avalanche, Minnesota Wild, Carolina Hurricanes, and most recently, the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Ian Cole lifts Hurricanes to overtime win in Game 1
The New York Rangers might regret letting this one slip away.
They played what might have been their best and most complete game of the playoffs, had a lead late in the third period, and then let it slip away against the Carolina Hurricanes.
Ian Cole scored the game winning goal in overtime to lift the Hurricanes 2-1 win to take a 1-0 series lead.
About Last Season: Ian Cole
The Hurricanes pretty much got exactly what they paid for by signing the veteran Cup champion.
Veteran addition Ian Cole wants to help Lightning defensemen read plays the same way
After winning two Stanley Cups with Pittsburgh, the opportunity to join Tampa Bay was something the vocal Cole, 33, “wanted to jump on.”
NHL playoffs veteran Ian Cole eyes another deep run with Lightning
The defenseman has helped teams in the postseason throughout his 13-season career because he’s “willing to do a lot of the hard lifting.”
Ian Cole spreads kindness one toothless grin at a time
From fist bumps to meeting with fans, the Hurricanes defenceman wants to spread kindness any way he can.
Stanley Cup visits Mott Children’s Hospital with Pittsburgh Penguin Ian Cole
ANN ARBOR, MI – Growing up playing youth hockey before attending Pioneer High School, there was no doubt in Ian Cole’s mind that the Stanley Cup would visit Ann Arbor if it came into his possession.