clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Thursday’s Coyotes Tracks - Washington Ties Series

New, comments

Washington tied the series in Las Vegas, speaking with Paul Bissonnette, and concerns about Phil Kessel in Pittsburgh.

2018 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Game One Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Coyotes News

A Q&A with Coyotes analyst, ambassador Paul Bissonnette - Arizona Sports
Paul Bissonnette just wrapped up his first season as the Coyotes radio color analyst and team ambassador. His impact on the franchise, the Coyotes community and the greater hockey community was bigger than those narrowly defined roles suggest.

Former Coyote Radim Vrbata begins post-NHL life in Czech Republic - Arizona Sports
Radim Vrbata’s 20-year, professional hockey odyssey came to a close on April 7. The Florida Panthers honored him in a pre-game ceremony before he faced the Buffalo Sabres in his final NHL game.

The East

Maple Leafs sign goalie Kasimir Kaskisuo to an extension - Pension Plan Puppets
The ranks of AHL goalies is beginning to swell for next year. Training camp should be one big goalie hunger games.

Phil Kessel situation is getting a little weird in Pittsburgh – ProHockeyTalk
His relationship with Mike Sullivan is a little icy.

Ottawa Senators Sign Magnus Paajarvi to a One-Year Contract - Silver Seven
The forward scored eight points in 35 games for Ottawa last season.

Capitals vs. Golden Knights Game Two Recap: Washington Ties Series in Vegas - Japers' Rink
The Capitals beat Vegas 3 to 2 to send the series back to Washington tied at one

Toronto Maple Leafs history: The awful 1999 NHL Draft - Pension Plan Puppets
You have 9 picks, one player has to at least make an impact on the team. Right? Right?

The West

Oilers’ Goalie Prospect Nick Ellis Announces Retirement - The Copper & Blue
Undrafted prospect out of Maryland hangs ‘em up

Final Howl

Alex Ovechkin was all of us watching Braden Holtby's stick save - RMNB
Watching the Washington Capitals in the postseason can be a miserable experience during the postseason, and literally bad for your heart.