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Jooris' hat trick leads Flames past Coyotes

Flames’ rookie Josh Jooris scored his first career hat trick to lead Calgary over Arizona 5-2 Tuesday night.

David Jones and Sean Monahan had the other goals for the Flames, who have now won three straight and four of five. 112 more words

Phoenix Coyotes

Daily fantasy hockey lineup: Quack, quack, quack, Frederik Andersen

There are five games in the National Hockey League Monday, Dec. 1. The night cap features the Boston Bruins visiting the Anaheim Ducks in the marquee matchup. 422 more words


Coyotes 'hope we can make a deal' with trade target Vermette

Three weeks ago, we welcomed Antoine Vermette to the trade rumor mill on the heels of a report from Sportsnet’s Chris Johnston, which explained the “in limbo” Vermette was “trying really hard” not to think about his uncertain future. 337 more words

Phoenix Coyotes

Canucks Hat Trick: Kassian's head on swivel, Vey learning the hard way, Eakins is aching

Three things to ponder as the Canucks attempt to improve to 4-0-0 against the Oilers tonight in Edmonton where the only thing colder than the temperature is the Dallas Eakins coached club being 0-8-1 against Western Conference competition. 766 more words

The White Towel

Net result: Devan Dubnyk six minutes from a shutout for Arizona against old buddies

It was the stuff of technicolour dreams for goalie Devan Dubnyk- first star in his first game against his old buddies, coming oh-so-close to a shutout, but for Taylor Hall’s powerplay effort through heavy traffic late in the third.  839 more words

Oil Spills

Coyotes stretch win streak to three games with shootout victory

Sam Gagner and Mikkel Boedker scored in the shootout helping the Arizona Coyotes to a 3-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks Friday night.

Ryan Getzlaf and Matt Beleskey scored first period goals giving the Ducks a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes. 142 more words

Anaheim Ducks

Sam Gagner - Back to the Future

Sam Gagner is 25 years-old has played over 480 games as an Oiler he is approaching 500 career games as an NHLer.  His legacy among the fan base is likely divided between; a failed draft pick (ie – should have chosen Couture), poor development by the Oiler’s mangement (should have went back to junior) and an alright pick who’s skill-set was duplicated by the infusion of new talent (Eberle, RNH & Hall). 1,184 more words

Oilers Prospects