Oliver Ekman-Larsson saves Arizona Coyotes' homestand with dramatic overtime goal - Five For Howling
The Arizona Coyotes defeated the Edmonton Oilers 2-1 in overtime on Tuesday night.
Ekman-Larsson ends skid with last-season goal | FOX Sports
Oh thank goodness.
WATCH: Coyotes beat Oilers on Oliver Ekman-Larsson OT buzzer-beater - CBSSports.com
The Edmonton Oilers were 0.3 seconds away from going to a shootout on Tuesday night. And then they did an Oilers type of thing.
Video: Pinizzotto knocks Stone out of the game with heavy hit | ProHockeyTalk
The injury to Michael Stone occurred in the first period.
Arizona Coyotes Throwback, Vol XII: 2008-2009 Season - Howlin' Hockey
The Arizona Coyotes went through one of their toughest seasons with a plethora of financial distractions in 2008-2009.
Martin Hanzal latest among Arizona Coyotes to require dental work - azcentral.com
Center Martin Hanzal lost half a tooth last Saturday against the Wild, joining a large number of teammates who've lost a tooth in their careers.
Gagner back in Coyotes lineup after ‘frustrating’ healthy scratch | ProHockeyTalk
"I'm not happy with the way my season's gone personally or the way the season's gone for the team."
00.3 Seconds - The Copper & Blue
Change brings more of the same.
Gladiators trade forward Bobby Hughes to Indy | Gwinnett Daily Post
The Gladiators traded Bobby Hughes to the Indy Fuel in exchange for second-year forward Travis Ouellette on Tuesday.
News From Around the Hockey World
Quality Play at Two Ends Has Leafs Over Ducks, 6-2 - Pension Plan Puppets
Jonathon Bernier stood strong on 40 of 42 shots while the Leafs managed to convert six of their 27 on two different goalies.
Blackhawks stave off late Minnesota rally to continue home win streak - Second City Hockey
The Blackhawks remained scorching hot at home, needing a couple of late goals to get past the Minnesota Wild and run their home win streak up to eight.
Pizza by Special Delivery - Hockey Wilderness
I think the Minnesota Wild SB Nation staff has gone insane.
It’s ‘unlikely’ Duncan Keith has the mumps, says Blackhawks coach | ProHockeyTalk
It's going around, as you all know.
Blues Surge Late, Take 5-2 Victory Over Kings - St. Louis Game Time
We don't particularly have to speak about the first two periods of that game. But we really have a lot to say about that third period and perhaps a shitload of momentum heading to Los Angeles.
Pass or Fail: LA Kings reveal white pants, Stadium Series jerseys | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Look, when you’re the reigning Stanley Cup champions, you can pretty much do whatever the hell you want. And the Kings have clearly decided to turn in that swagger for the chance to wear pajamas on the ice.
Nashville Predators 3, Boston Bruins 2: A Shootout Win - On the Forecheck
The Nashville Predators won a tough game against the Boston Bruins tonight. They took this one in a shootout.
This Week in the Pacific Division: Oh Canada.... - Five For Howling
The three Canadian teams in the Pacific went winless over the past seven days.
Jacob Trouba Out Till February - Winnipeg Jets Are In Big Trouba - Arctic Ice Hockey
Winnipeg Jets Head Coach Paul Maurice was the bearer of bad news this morning.
Sabres trade Luke Adam to Columbus for Jerry D'Amigo - Die By The Blade
The Sabres newest addition has seven points for the Springfield Falcons this season.
Capitals vs. Panthers QuickCap: An Epic for Epix, Caps Fall in Marathon Shootout - Japers' Rink
A slow-paced game followed by a 20-round shootout spelled a one-point night for the Caps.
The Panthers and Capitals played the longest shootout in NHL history - SBNation.com
Roberto Luongo, as per usual, followed it up with a gem of a tweet.
Report: Islanders cancel children's hospital visit amid NHL mumps scare - CBSSports.com
The New York Islanders have canceled a visit to a local children's hospital amid growing concerns throughout the NHL regarding a recent mumps outbreak within the league.
Comparing attendance figures for all 30 teams | ProHockeyTalk
The Dallas Stars have enjoyed the biggest percentage bump.
Will the crashing ruble kill KHL hockey? - The Washington Post
Some teams are more worried than others, as rumors of player strikes begin.
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