Arizona Coyotes' Jordan Martinook Making Most Of Top-Six Promotion - Howlin Hockey
Jordan Martinook emerged last season in the Arizona Coyotes bottom six. This season, he’s getting a chance to show his offensive stuff.
BU’s Clayton Keller out week-to-week - SB Nation College Hockey
Boston University freshman forward and Arizona Coyotes draft pick Clayton Keller will be out week-to-week with a lower body injury sustained against Northeastern, according to The Boston Hockey Blog.
Arizona Coyotes' 2nd-year forwards striving to make impact - AZCentral
As forwards Max Domi, Anthony Duclair and Jordan Martinook attempt to avoid a second-year setback, helping key a win like they did Tuesday is an encouraging sign for the Coyotes.
Arizona Coyotes Need Louis Domingue to Lead - Puck Prose
The Arizona Coyotes need young goaltender Louis Domingue to shine while Mike Smith is still out with a knee injury sustained earlier this season.
Boivin: New arena, youth could be turning point for Arizona Coyotes - azcentral.com
As Coyotes close in on arena deal, infusion of young talent could be game-changer for organization.
Women's Hockey News
Les Canadiennes to host Calgary Inferno at the Bell Centre - The Ice Garden
This marks the first time in Les Canadienne’s history that a regular season CWHL game will be played in an NHL rink
News From Around the Hockey World
Red Wings 3, Flyers 2: 10 things we learned from a narrow loss - Broad Street Hockey
In another era, this would have been a perfectly-acceptable tie. Instead, the shootout resulted in the Flyers walking away as losers despite an evenly-matched game.
Patrik Laine is pulling an Ovechkin on Auston Matthews - Yahoo Sports
Laine is making a solid case that he deserves to win this year's Calder Trophy.
It took a while, but Al Montoya finally spoke about that 10-0 loss – ProHockeyTalk
"It was a lot to process."
Canucks hope Virtanen can regain confidence in AHL – ProHockeyTalk
He's been a healthy scratch in Vancouver's last two games, including last night's slump-busting victory over the Rangers.
Five notable NHL teams to lose a game by double digits | The Hockey News
Double-digit wins don’t happen often, but when they do they’re spectacular and can happen to historically good and bad teams.
Statistically Speaking: Laine living large - Article - TSN
Also shoutouts to Jordan Martinook, Radim Vrbata, and Anthony DeAngelo.
The Final Howl
Mike Babcock is making the Leafs practice in the dark - Pension Plan Puppets
That’s some serious mood lighting.