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With no CBA in place we continue to get our hockey fix from the lower leagues. The Coyotes affiliates had mixed results over the weekend, the Pirates managed to beat the Senators while the Sundogs feel in a shootout to the Mavericks and the Gladiators got shut out by the Komets.
Portland Pirates Captain Alexandre Bolduc Piling Up Goals - Rant Sports
Jaime has the latest on Bolduc's white-hot start to the AHL season.
Pirates keep moving in right direction | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Chad Johnson's 38 saves help Portland get a win over Binghamton in Lewiston, 4-2.
HockeyBuzz.com - Adam French - Portland Pirates Update
An update on some of the Pirates most important players.
Overtime shootout burns Sundogs, 1-0 - The Prescott Daily Courier - Prescott, Arizona
The Sundogs lost 4-3 in an overtime shootout.
Komets defeat Gwinnett | The Journal Gazette
The Komets beat the Gladiators 1-0.
Gladiators invite children to try hockey | AccessNorthGa
Kids who have never played hockey are invited to "Try Hockey For Fry" Saturday, November 3rd.
Pass or Fail: Letting players choose free agency if they’re not ‘made whole’ | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Puck Daddy has an interesting idea for the CBA, although neither the players or owners are likely to go for it.
News From Around the Hockey World
#2 ASU Hockey Avoids Scare Against D2 Colorado State - House of Sparky
The Sun Devils improve to 11-0-0 with the win Friday night over Colorado State.
Columbus Blue Jackets Sponsor "Ice Week" at Nationwide Arena - Rant Sports
Nice gesture to the community by the Blue Jackets organization.
Champs for Charity a major success on and off the ice - CSN Chicago
The game ended up raising $323,500 for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland.
The Final Howl
Puck Daddy chats with North Dakota’s Lamoureux twins about pranks on men’s team, Sochi 2014 and hockey idols | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
An interview with Jocelyn and Monique Lamoureux, twin hockey stars who play for the University of North Dakota.