Arizona Daily Wildcat :: Wildcats and Coyotes promote hockey in the desert
The Arizona hockey team made history on Friday night as they played the Arizona Coyotes NHL alumni team for the first time in program history.
Coyotes take break as Pacific Division continues to intrigue - AZCentral
Rest and practice time have been rare for the Coyotes, but they dominate the team's schedule this week.
News From Around the Hockey World
Panthers recall center Corban Knight from Portland - Litter Box Cats
After six-plus years, Knight finally ready to make Cats debut.
Jake Dowell tests negative for Huntington's - Second City Hockey
Huntington's has affected the Dowell family, but the Blackhawks minor leaguer learned he, himself, does not have it.
Blackhawks acquire Rob Scuderi from Penguins in exchange for Trevor Daley - Second City Hockey
The Chicago Blackhawks' blue line has gotten the long awaited shake up.
Recap: Caps Rout Rival Pens 4-1 - Japers' Rink
Braden Holtby recorded 44 saves on Monday and the Washington Capitals led their rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins from start to finish, scoring a 4-1 win.
Oilers move into playoff position sixth straight win Boston Bruins | NBC Sports
Cam Talbot steals one against the Boston Bruins.
Sabres at Red Wings recap: Buffalo earns solid road win 2-1 in Detroit - Die By The Blade
It wasn't very exciting until the end, but the Sabres got a strong win on the road against a hot Detroit team.
Game 31: Lightning override Blue Jackets 2-1 to kick off three-game road trip - Raw Charge
For the third time this season, Tampa Bay begins a road trip in the winner's circle thanks to a strong defensive performance that held off one of the League's weakest teams.
Senators score on every fourth shot, beat Kings 5-3 - Silver Seven
Dave Cameron's mediocre line up was validated by the strong shooting percentage of his team in a 5-3 win over the LA Kings.
How Well Do You Really Know NHL Team Logos - Buzzfeed
Can you pick out the real from the fake?..
Ladd, Byfuglien, Trouba asking Jets for $152M in contracts - Winnipeg Free Press
League and player sources have confirmed that Jets captain Andrew Ladd has asked for a six-year deal worth at least $41 million, that defenceman Dustin Byfuglien has requested $55 million over eight years and that defenceman Jacob Trouba wants more than $56 million over eight years.
ESPN - Vancouver Canucks are bad everywhere but in the Pacific Division
Losing its 20th game of the season makes Vancouver not so good, but the loser point is keeping them in the playoff race. Man, that's so wrong.
Jarret Stoll Placed on Waivers - Blueshirt Banter
Stoll, a Stanley Cup Champion, hits the waiver wire.
The Final Howl
Evander Kane and Kylee - a story in tweets - Die By The Blade
Winger makes girl's day as she heads into surgery