Arizona Coyotes win a wild one in Detroit - Five For Howling
The Arizona Coyotes traded goals all night with the Red Wings, but ultimately won the game 5-4 in the extra frame.
Arcobello's second goal lifts Coyotes past Red Wings in OT | FOX Sports
Mark Arcobello scored his second goal of the game in overtime, and Mike Smith made 33 saves to lead the Arizona Coyotes over the banged-up Detroit Red Wings 5-4 on Tuesday night.
Howlin' at Howard: Coyotes 5 - Red Wings 4 - Winging It In Motown
I got nothing. What should have been an easy win and yet had "trap game" flashing in big neon lights turned out to be just that, as the Wings never held a lead and fell to the Coyotes 5-4 in OT.
Coyotes prospect profile: Tyler Gaudet | FOX Sports
Defensively-minded Tyler Gaudet must round out his game before he gets a crack at the Coyotes' lineup.
Shane Doan's Arizona future hits crossroads with Coyotes rebuild/tank | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
He’s 38 years old. He’s going to be 39 at the start of next season. He has just 13 goals in 71 games played this year.
Darcy Regier planning to be in Buffalo for Sabres' game against Coyotes - BN Hockey
Regier, who spent 17 years as general manager of the Sabres, is senior vice president and assistant GM in Arizona.
Is Sean Burke Leaving Arizona? - Heat Waved
Sean Burke has been given permission to speak with other teams in search of an upper management position.
Boston Bruins slump may get GM Peter Chiarelli fired - NHL - SI.com
Oliver Ekman-Larsson also gets some Norris Trophy love.
This Week in the Pacific Division: Sharks drowning in the Pacific - Five For Howling
Both the Kings and Sharks find themselves on the outside of the playoffs.
Gladiators fall to Orlando 4-1 | Gwinnett Daily Post
Playing their final game in Orlando in this season, the Gladiators (17-41-3-3) came close several times to beating Solar Bears’ goalie Garret Sparks, but they couldn’t get enough as Orlando defeated Gwinnett, 4-1 on Tuesday night.
News From Around the Hockey World
Minnesota Wild 2*, New York Islanders 1 (*SO): Loud crowd, quiet refs, tight game - Lighthouse Hockey
The Minnesota Wild won their franchise-record 10th consecutive road game via shootout after the New York Islanders couldn't solve Devan Dubnyk in the first 39 minutes.
Rangers vs. Kings Recap: Kings Dominate and Defeat Rangers 4-2 at MSG - Blueshirt Banter
The Los Angeles Kings dominated the New York Rangers tonight at Madison Square Garden, and came away with a 4-2 victory on the road.
Have the LA Kings turned the corner after back-to-back wins? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
"Just like yesterday was. It’s not more turn the corner than yesterday was or any of the other wins."
Rangers News: Lundqvist Returns to the Ice - Blueshirt Banter
Hank returns to the ice in his first team practice since February 2nd. The King is back. Let's go Rangers!
Canucks erase early two-goal deficit in 5-2 win over Jets - Nucks Misconduct
Vancouver once again came from behind while Eddie Lack turned in another big performance, securing two crucial points in the process.
Nashville Predators 3, Montreal Canadiens 2 (OT): Hab Nots, Forsberg Nets the Winner - On the Forecheck
Goals, great saves, and a playoff atmosphere. This game had everything for you.
WATCH: Predators' Mattias Ekholm scores slick goal from knees - CBSSports.com
Mattias Ekholm ended a 27-game goal scoring drought on Tuesday. He did it in style.
Kevin Fiala Recalled to Nashville on Emergency Basis - On the Forecheck
The 11th overall pick may see game action as soon as tonight.
Leafs seats increasingly going empty as team bottoms out - The Globe and Mail
This is a fed-up fan base showcasing not anger but outright apathy.
What Would the NCAA Tournament Look Like At Home Venues? - SB Nation College Hockey
A look at how the NCAA Tournament would be different, and better, if high seeds played home playoff games.
NCAA Hockey 101: Some non-tournament housekeeping | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
PD's annual big NCAA tournament preview will run later this week. For now, here's some stuff about a bunch of teams that didn't make the tournament.
NHL Power Rankings: Sad times as playoff-regular Sharks won't make it - NHL - CBSSports.com
The Sharks had the Kings down 3-0 in last year's playoffs and blew it. That began a downward spiral which will put them outside the NHL playoffs for the first time in 10 years.
Wings lose Erik Cole to upper-body injury | ProHockeyTalk
They were already missing Niklas Kronwall.
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