EZH2 is a methyltransferase that plays an important tumorigenic role in various neoplasms. We previously found that EZH2 is expressed in a range of aggressive B-cell lymphomas (ABCLs), T-cell lymphomas, and histiocytic neoplasms, with differential expression of intracellular signaling molecules p-ERK, MYC, and p-STAT3, potential regulators of EZH2 expression. We studied EZH2 expression in nodular lymphocyte predominant Hodgkin lymphoma (NLPHL), classic Hodgkin lymphoma (cHL), T-cell/histiocyte-rich large B-cell lymphoma (THRLBCL), and B-cell Lymphoma, unclassifiable, with features intermediate between diffuse large B-cell lymphomas and classic Hodgkin lymphoma (BCLu-DLBCL/cHL), as well as the coexpression of p-ERK, MYC, and p-STAT3 in these neoplasms. The neoplastic LP cells of NLPHL and Hodgkin/Reed-Sternberg cells of cHL were strongly positive for EZH2, as were the neoplastic cells in THRLBCL and BCLu-DLBCL/cHL. EZH2 expression correlated with proliferation rate, as assessed by Ki-67 staining. LP cells in NLPHL and Hodgkin/Reed-Sternberg cells in cHL were strongly positive for p-ERK, p-STAT3, and MYC, as were the neoplastic cells in THRLBCL and BCLu-DLBCL/cHL, in contrast to the differential expression of these molecules seen in ABCLs. These findings suggest that combined expression of p-ERK, MYC, and p-STAT3 is a useful immunohistochemical pattern for the diagnosis of EZH2-positive Hodgkin lymphomas and related lymphomas, in contrast to ABCLs. Furthermore, the overexpression of EZH2, in association with coexpression of tumorigenic signaling molecules, suggests an oncogenic role for this molecule in the development of Hodgkin lymphomas and related lymphomas. THRLBCL and BCLu-DLBCL/cHL appear to have a mechanism for the regulation of EZH2 expression that is similar to NLPHL and cHL and different from that of ABCLs. In addition, EZH2 and associated signaling cascades may serve as therapeutic targets for the treatment of Hodgkin lymphomas and related lymphomas.