While much of the attention in the Pacific Division is going to the three California teams, their neighbors in the Arizona desert are trying mightily to grab some headlines too. Seemingly never out of a game so far this season, the Coyotes were up to their old tricks again on Saturday night against the Washington Capitals. Down [...]
Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo gave up four goals to the LA Kings on Saturday night at Staples Center and his team ultimately lost 5-1. After things were over, here’s what he had to say…
On where the game got away from them:
“It’s tough to say. I [needed] to be better on the second goal there. I [...]
Following the Canucks 5-1 loss to the Kings on Saturday night, here’s what was being said back in the Vancouver locker room…
- Coach John Tortorella on the start of game: “I thought in the first two periods we had surges early, but couldn’t score. It’s a 5-1 game and you think you got spanked, but [...]
Following the Kings 5-1 win over the visiting Vancouver Canucks, here’s what was being said back in the LA locker room…
- Linden Vey on the overall game: “After every shift and every game I feel a lot better, and it’s good to get the win especially with the rivalry between the two teams the last [...]
Coming out of the Ducks 6-2 thumping of the visiting Buffalo Sabres on Friday night, there’s much to digest.
Team captain Ryan Getzlaf started things off in the first period, recording his first career hat-trick. It was also only the second time in Ducks history that a player scored three goals in the opening period (last: Teemu [...]
Matt Moulson made his return to Los Angeles on Thursday night, but it didn’t quite stir up the feelings one might think.
Originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the ninth round of the 2003 draft (263rd overall) – yes, the ninth round, a round that doesn’t even exist anymore – Moulson is lamented by many [...]
It was a night to remember for 22-year old Linden Vey. The former WHL scoring champion made his NHL debut, a little more than four years after being selected by the Kings in the fourth round (96th overall) by the Kings back at the 2009 NHL Draft.
One of the last times he wore a Kings [...]
After a grueling road trip, the Anaheim Ducks returned home on Wednesday night and picked up right where they left off. With a 5-2 thumping of the Phoenix Coyotes, Bruce Boudreau’s club now sports a 13-3-1 record, producing a league-best 27 points.
The game had all the chatter of a playoff match-up coming in, with [...]
On Tuesday night in San Jose, the Buffalo Sabres downed the Sharks 5-4 in a shootout. But, the moment creating quite a stir through social media was an apparent missed goal. Take a look…
Adding a little more fuel to the situation, the four goals given up by the Sharks in regulation were the most they’ve [...]
Journeyman isn’t a word usually associated with a former first round draft pick, but it’s likely appropriate for left wing Eric Nystrom. Originally selected 10th overall by Calgary back in 2002, he only spent three seasons with the Flames at the NHL level before signing a free agent contract with the Wild in the summer [...]