Join former NHL defenseman P.K. Subban as he takes on Peyton Manning's signature show and explores the history of professional hockey.
Through conversations with hockey legends of the past and present -- and celebrities who love the game -- P.K. will showcase what makes hockey popular from backyards to major stadiums.
Check below for a guide to each new episode as it's added to ESPN+, and go here for the series home.
Episode 1: The Stanley Cup
P.K. Subban meets up with Peyton Manning and tries to convince him that the Stanley Cup is the best championship trophy in professional sports. While Peyton enjoys a day with the cup, P.K. heads to Boston to learn about Ray Bourque's Stanley Cup victory. Watch now.
Episode 2: The Mecca of Hockey
P.K. meets up with Stanley Cup champion Yvan Cournoyer, and discovers why Montreal is the Mecca of hockey. Later, P.K. goes head-to-head with Nick Suzuki, his former teammate, and current Canadiens captain. Watch now.
Episode 3: Hockey's Got Traditions
P.K. meets up with Pat Maroon to talk playoff beards and other unique hockey playoff traditions. Later, Howie Mandel and P.K. play a game of "Hockey's Got Traditions," to determine if the NHL has the best traditions in all of sports. Watch now.
Episode 4: The Great Outdoors
Episode 5: Art of the Goalie
P.K. gets a lesson from Kevin Weekes on the art of the goalie, one of the most important positions on the ice. And after being issued a challenge from former NHL goalie Chico Resch, P.K. gets a lesson on the position from one of the greatest goaltenders of all-time, Martin Brodeur. Watch now.
Episode 6: The Slapshot
When challenged by Chris Chelios to see who has the hardest shot, P.K. seeks help from Mighty Ducks legend Kenan Thompson, where he learns the knuckle puck and traces the origins of the slapshot. Watch now.
Episode 7: Hat Tricks
P.K. and Darryl Sittler visit an old-fashioned hat shop to learn about the legend of the hat trick tradition. Later, the two head to the original location of Maple Leaf Gardens, where they discuss Sittler's historic 10-point game. Watch now.