Arizona Coyotes recall Niklas Treutle from AHL Springfield Falcons - Five For Howling
Arizona gets a new backup, for a time.
Coyotes partner with local rinks on growth initiative | FOX Sports
In celebration of USA Hockey Weekend Across America (Feb. 20-21), the Arizona Coyotes announced today a new "Part of the Pack" rink partnership program with all of the hockey rinks located in the Valley.
Don Maloney on Coyotes' goaltending | FOX Sports
General manager Don Maloney discusses the status of the Coyotes goaltending following the season-ending injury suffered by Anders Lindback.
After a Dazzling Moment in Juniors, John Slaney Receives a Long-Awaited N.H.L. Shot - The New York Times
Slaney is known for his 1991 goal that helped Canada win the world junior hockey championships, but now, at 44, he is enjoying his first full N.H.L. season, as an assistant coach for the Coyotes.
News From Around the Hockey World
RECAP: Caps Crown Kings 3-1 - Japers' Rink
The Washington Capitals knighted the Los Angeles Kings 3-1 on Tuesday night in Washington. Goals by fabulous wunderkinds Burakovsky and Kuznetsov helped lift the Caps to victory.
Flyers vs. Devils recap: Third period outburst keeps Philadelphia in the playoff picture - Broad Street Hockey
It was a big game in the playoff race led by a big third period.
Quick Bite: Sharks strike twice in third to drop Lightning - Fear The Fin
San Jose secured an important two points tonight in Tampa Bay
Rocked By A Hurricane: Jets Lose 2-1 - Arctic Ice Hockey
The Jets came out with a sloppy performance for the first forty minutes and paid dearly for it.
A Slow War of Special Team Attrition as the Dallas Stars Fall 2-1 in OT to St. Louis Blues - Defending Big D
But really, they're lucky to come out of this with a point.
Sens Down Sabres 2-1 in the Shootout - Silver Seven
Sens get away with one on the back of a strong game from Craig Anderson
2016 NHL trade deadline rumors: Could Blackhawks be in the market for Mikkel Boedker? - Second City Hockey
The Blackhawks need a top line left wing. The Coyotes might be looking to trade theirs. Is there a deal to be made between the two teams?
Well, at least Devils forward Joseph Blandisi was honest about his terrible dive - Broad Street Hockey
Refreshing. Still hilariously terrible though.
Meet the Hidden Jewel of the 2016 NHL Draft - The Hockey Writers
The leading rookie scorer in the WHL this season, Matthew Phillips of the Victoria Royals will be a late round, hidden jewel in the 2016 NHL Draft.
Blackhawks place Rob Scuderi on waivers - Second City Hockey
Chicago has waived the 37-year-old defenseman.
DeMarcus Cousins shows Nazem Kadri some love, gets his jersey - Pension Plan Puppets
When you're in Toronto, do as Torontonians do.
Z You Later: Is Zdeno Chara's Time In Boston Running Out? - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Chowder thinks the unthinkable - is it time to say goodbye to Captain Chara?
Duncan Keith: an expert at helping - Second City Hockey
He had three assists against the Leafs - and now leads the NHL in putting up that many helpers in one game.
Mike Richards' Five Best Moments in an LA Kings Uniform - Jewels From The Crown
When you win two Stanley Cups, there are bound to be some highlights.
NCAA Hockey 101: So how good is Denver, exactly? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The big shocker of a result this weekend in college hockey shouldn't really have been that much of a shocker. North Dakota went down to Denver, but got swept in somewhat stunning fashion.
Tyler Barr banned for rest of SPHL season after face-spearing (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The SPHL announced on Tuesday that Barr was barred for the last 19 games of the regular season and the playoffs for spearing Alec Hagaman of the Peoria Rivermen in the face.
Looking Back on the 2015 NHL Offseason: Winners, Losers, and Everybody in the Middle | NHLNumbers.com
Cam Lewis looks at how teams compare based on where they were at this offseason.
The Final Howl
Hockey ref takes beer can to genitals; player’s brother arrested for it | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: According to Le Journal De Montreal, Perron launched a "nearly full" can of beer that nailed Bedard in the genitals. He left the game briefly, but would return to finish it.