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MN Wild blitzed 4-0 by St. Louis Blues as NHL scouts watch for trade prospects

Scouts descended on the Xcel Energy Center like vultures Sunday afternoon, hungry to devour the remains of the 2018-19 Minnesota Wild. ADVERTISING Of course, the Wild’s inevitable 4-0 loss to the surging St. Louis Blues does not end their season... twincities.com

Monday, February 18, 2019

2/18/2019 6:28 AM

Bruins notebook: Tuukka Rask stacks wins at right time

LOS ANGELES — The time and score likely made the save more impressive. But it sure seemed like the turning point in the Bruins’ 4-2 win against the Kings Saturday night. ADVERTISING inRead invented by Teads Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask pulled off a... bostonherald.com

2/18/2019 6:25 AM

Ducks erupt for five goals to stun Caps

The Capitals went into Anaheim looking for an easy win against the lowly Ducks. Instead, Washington was laid low in a 5-2 loss Sunday by a team that had lost eight of its previous nine games. nbcsports.com

How the Devils lost, then found, prospect Nikita Popugaev

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- There’s not a much easier way to explain what happened to Devils prospect Nikita Popugaev over the past two seasons. The team simply lost him. In the early stages of 2017-18, months after being selected by the Devils in the fourth... nj.com

Movie: The Russian Five

In the late 1980s, the Detroit Red Wings hockey team was a laughing stock, often called the “Dead Wings.” After a wealthy pizza magnate bought the failing franchise, he appointed an unorthodox General Manager to build a championship team. Throwing... therussianfive.com

2/18/2019 6:30 AM

NHL Top 10: Active leaders in the categories that count the most

There are only three active players who rank among the all-time top 50 in points, and two of them just recently joined the club. One current NHLer sits in the top 10 in all-time assists, but there’s only one other active NHLer in the top 50. The... thehockeynews.com

Perfect 10: Blues win again, beat Wild 4-0

The Blues tied the club record with their 10th straight win, beating Minnesota 4-0 on Sunday in St. Paul, Minn. The Blues also won 10 games in a row in January of 2002 and will go for a franchise record 11th straight win on Tuesday against Toronto at... stltoday.com

Rangers Blow Big Opportunity, Then Fall To Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins survived a four-minute penalty kill and went on the hunt against the New York Rangers. Kris Letang scored his second of the game and Evgeni Malkin scored twice in a span of six minutes, helping the Penguins beat the Rangers... newyork.cbslocal.com

2/18/2019 6:24 AM

Red-hot Flyers sweep season series from Red Wings

DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings had plenty of shots on goals and enough scoring opportunities to win Sunday, but they couldn’t get the best of rookie goaltender Carter Hart yet again. Hart made 37 saves to lead the red-hot Philadelphia Flyers past... mlive.com

Schneider makes 34 saves, wins again as Devils beat Sabres

NEWARK, N.J. — After going more than 13 months between wins, Cory Schneider is on a winning streak. So are the New Jersey Devils. Schneider made 34 saves to pick up his second win in three days and Kyle Palmieri had a goal and two assists as the... tsn.ca

 

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Bruins knock off Kings 4-2 for fifth straight win

Charlie McAvoy scored with 1:13 remaining, and the Boston Bruins beat the Los Angeles Kings 4-2 on Saturday night for their fifth consecutive victory. Jake DeBrusk scored for the third consecutive game and Tuukka Rask made 23 saves for the Bruins,... masslive.com

2/17/2019 9:05 AM

Phil Housley insinuates the Sabres played soft in latest loss

When you fall 6-2 to a divisional rival in the midst of a playoff battle, chances are your head coach is going to be none too pleased with your effort. Such was the case following the Buffalo Sabres 6-2 loss to the New York Rangers on Friday night... bardown.com

Red Wings plan to play Filip Hronek extensively

The Detroit Red Wings have essentially replaced Dennis Cholowski with Filip Hronek in a swap of young defensemen. Hronek was recalled from the Grand Rapids Griffins before Saturday’s 6-5 overtime loss to the Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center... mlive.com

2/17/2019 9:10 AM

Senators down Jets 4-3 in OT

They chased during regulation play. They chased in overtime. And in the end, the Winnipeg Jets got pretty much what they deserved Saturday night. An argument could be made they were fortunate to vacate Bell MTS Place with a single point against the... winnipegfreepress.com

2/17/2019 9:04 AM

Tarasenko driving success of Blues with all-around play

ST. LOUIS -- A change in Vladimir Tarasenko's mindset has translated into a change of fortune for the St. Louis Blues. Known for his offensive abilities since joining the NHL for the 2012-13 season, Tarasenko has played more of a 200-foot game during... nhl.com

Barzal, Lee score in third period, Islanders beat Oilers

NHL NEW YORK ISLANDERS EDMONTON OILERS 12h ago Barzal, Lee score in third period, Islanders beat Oilers The Canadian Press Content not available for viewing in your region. 75 NEW YORK — Anders Lee energized the New York Islanders with a fight late... tsn.ca

Leafs fall flat in the desert

The high-flying Maple Leafs' offence never got off the ground Saturday night, as Toronto fell flat against the Arizona Coyotes in a 2-0 loss. That completed the season sweep of the Leafs by Arizona and halted Toronto's two-game win streak while... tsn.ca

Pacioretty nets 2, leads Vegas past Nashville 5-1

After veteran goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury allowed 17 goals in four straight starts, the Vegas Golden Knights' Malcolm Subban took over the crease for just the eighth time this season. The 25-year-old Subban made the most of his first start since... pilotonline.com

2/17/2019 8:58 AM

Red Wings rally in third but fall to Flyers in OT

PHILADELPHIA — Travis Konecny scored his second goal of the game 1:27 into overtime and the Philadelphia Flyers bounced back from squandering a big lead to beat the Detroit Red Wings 6-5 on Saturday. Despite overcoming a four-goal lead in the third... mlive.com

 

Saturday, February 16, 2019

2/16/2019 8:06 AM

Cory Schneider has finally snapped his 14-month winless streak

Owing to a mix of injuries and poor play, Cory Schneider has been mired in the slump of all slumps. The Devils goaltender has been winless since December 27th of 2017, going 0-17-4 over that span of games. Until now. After Friday’s win over the... bardown.com

2/16/2019 8:08 AM

Dubnyk is shaky as Wild blow another lead

Devan Dubnyk pulled his baseball cap low, stared at the floor in front of his stall and rubbed his face trying to put on a brave one after another blown lead, another gut-punch loss and more soul-searching for the Wild. twincities.com

John Shipley: Nothing much to say after Wild's latest dud

The Wild might be getting too used to this. After blowing yet another lead in yet another bad loss, the few players requested for postgame insights dutifully showed up and repeated the same lines we’ve been hearing for the past several weeks. twincities.com

2/16/2019 8:11 AM

Next-level Matthews returns to his hockey roots

As a kid, Auston Matthews used to visit the Ice Den in Scottsdale to watch the Coyotes practice. On Friday, the 21-year-old was on the ice at the same complex taking part in his own practice with the Toronto Maple Leafs. tsn.ca

2/16/2019 8:15 AM

Rangers roll past Sabres as trade deadline drama looms

BUFFALO — There has been a shift in the dynamic as the Rangers approach the Feb. 25 trade deadline. The Post has learned that general manager Jeff Gorton is now engaged in an ongoing dialogue with the agents for pending free agents Mats Zuccarello... nypost.com

All signs still point to Simmonds exiting Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA - There is a conclusive conversation to be had in the next handful of days between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Wayne Simmonds camp to determine his destiny. Up until now, the only way to glean insight into Simmonds’ future has been... tsn.ca

Georgiev stops 31 in Rangers' win over Sabres

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The New York Rangers were locked up in another tight game before pulling away at the very end. It was quite a relief for coach David Quinn. Rookie Alexandar Georgiev stopped 31 shots and Vladislav Namestnikov scored two of New York's... tsn.ca

Penguins OK with giving up shots … but only to a point .com

The Pittsburgh Penguins have given up a total of 90 shots on goal in their previous two games. When coach Mike Sullivan sees that number, he winces. When defensemen Kris Letang and Jack Johnson see it, they shrug. On balance, with 25 games left in... triblive.com

Wysh List: 10 reasons to celebrate hockey in America

Next week is Hockey Week Across America, beginning with Hockey Day In America on Sunday, Feb. 18. This week includes one of my favorite annual rites: "Wear Your Favorite Jersey Day," in which fans are encouraged to wear their hockey jerseys to work... espn.com

BIG10: Minnesota sweeps No. 2 Ohio State on the road

Minnesota goaltender Mat Robson stopped 20 shots in the third period to seal the sweep. mndaily.com

Monday, February 18, 2019

ECAC: No. 18/15 Harvard Splits Weekend in North Country

As the regular season winds down, the N0. 18/15 Harvard men’s hockey team still has a lot to play for. This past weekend, the Crimson took a trip to upstate New York looking to lock down four crucial conference points. thecrimson.com

2/18/2019 6:40 AM

WCHA: Falcon hockey explodes offensively against Alaska

After struggling to find the back of the net consistently, the Bowling Green men’s hockey team had an offensive explosion against the Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks over the weekend. The Falcons took Game 1 of the duo from the Nanooks 8-0 and tied the... bgfalconmedia.com

2/18/2019 6:41 AM

BIG10: A look at the conference race through Michigan's lens

As the Michigan hockey team inches closer to postseason play, one thing is abundantly clear — the only way that it makes the NCAA Tournament is with an automatic bid. The Wolverines currently sit at 25th in the Pairwise rankings, and according to... michigandaily.com

BIG10: Badger Hockey Update, 2.17.2018

The Badger hockey team split their weekend series with #15 Notre Dame after a 5-2 defeat in South Bend on Saturday night. Matthew Freytag got the Badgers on the board just three minutes into the contest with an even-strength goal, only to see the... wsau.com

 

Sunday, February 17, 2019

ECAC: Union wins on goal by Morgan in final seconds

SCHENECTADY -- Your roommate may have smelly socks. Maybe he doesn't take a regular shift cleaning the dishes. But he's still your roommate, and you look out for him. That's what Liam Morgan did on Saturday night at Messa Rink, as a secondary plot... dailygazette.com

NCHC: Denver shuts out UMD for a second time this season

Fourth-ranked Minnesota Duluth was shutout for just the second time this season by the team that blanked them the first time, losing 1-0 to seventh-ranked Denver in NCHC play Saturday night before a crowd of 6,462 at Amsoil Arena. Pioneers sophomore... duluthnewstribune.com

WCHA: Women - No. 1 Gophers defeat Minnesota State Mankato

The No. 1-ranked Gophers women’s hockey team took 81 total shots, 39 of them on goal, and defeated Minnesota State Mankato 3-1 Friday night at Ridder Arena. Abigail Boreen, Crystalyn Hengler and Amy Potomak scored for Minnesota (26-4-1, 16-4-1-0... twincities.com

AHA: RIT suffers tough overtime loss at Sacred Heart

BRIDGEPORT, CT – Austin Magera scored his second goal of the game with 39 seconds left in overtime to lift host Sacred Heart University (13-14-3, 12-10-2 AHA) to a 4-3 win over the RIT men's hockey team (14-12-3, 12-8-3 AHA) from Webster Bank Arena... ritathletics.com

WCHA: UAF hockey earns extra point in double overtime

FAIRBANKS — What a difference 24 hours made for the Alaska Nanooks hockey team. On Friday, UAF suffered an 8-0 loss to Bowling Green in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association series opener in Bowling Green, Ohio. newsminer.com

WCHA: Women - Badgers blank Bulldogs for sweep

Wisconsin proved why it's perhaps the best team in the country Saturday, blanking Minnesota Duluth 3-0 to complete a sweep of a WCHA women's series at Amsoil Arena. UMD goaltender Maddie Rooney stopped 49 shots, including 19 in each of a scoreless... duluthnewstribune.com

 

Saturday, February 16, 2019

2/16/2019 8:23 AM

BIG10: Gophers play solid game, win 4-3 at Ohio State

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Mathematically, there’s almost no scenario that will keep Ohio State from winning the Big Ten hockey title. But despite those Buckeye superpowers, the Gophers are happy to play the role of kryptonite. twincities.com

ECAC: Dartmouth women shock No. 4 Clarkson in overtime

HANOVER — Chloe Puddifant scored with nine second remaining in overtime as the Dartmouth College women’s hockey team stunned fourth-ranked and two-time defending NCAA champion Clarkson, 3-2, on Friday night at Thompson Arena. vnews.com

Hockey East: Providence routs UMass-Lowell

UMass-Lowell’s 10-game unbeaten streak came crashing to the ice Friday night inside Tsongas Center after the River Hawks were soundly beaten by Providence College, 6-1, in front of 4,683 glum fans. bostonherald.com

NCHC: North Dakota wins big to upset Western Michigan

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — The Lawson Lunatics have had their share of fun here the last three months. They’ve watched Western Michigan sweep Denver, go unbeaten against defending national champion Minnesota Duluth and run off 96 days without a home loss... therinklive.com

NCHC: UMD sprints past Denver in series opener

Denver scored less than three minutes in, but the second-place Bulldogs responded with four straight goals to open up a nine-point lead on the Pioneers, who are tied with North Dakota for for the final home-ice playoff spot in the NCHC in fourth place. duluthnewstribune.com

2/16/2019 8:22 AM

WCHA: Bemidji State claws back for 2-2 tie

BEMIDJI, Minn. -- Brad Johnson scored a game-tying power-play goal in the third period to help the Bemidji State men’s hockey team skate to a 2-2 tie Friday night, Feb. 15, against Northern Michigan. After a scoreless first overtime period, Ethan... grandforksherald.com

AHA: Purple Eagles Emphatically End Bentley’s Streak

NIAGARA UNIV., N.Y. – Paced by a three-point performance by Ben Sokay and 30 saves from Brian Wilson, the Niagara men's hockey team skated to a 4-3 victory at Dwyer Arena. The Purple Eagles (11-17-3, 10-12-3 AHA), buoyed by a rowdy crowd, ended the... purpleeagles.com

ECAC: College hockey roundup - Kaczperski, Yale shut out Colgate

Corbin Kaczperski finished with 18 saves as the Yale men’s hockey team shut out Colgate 3-0 on Friday night at Ingalls Rink in New Haven. After a scoreless first period, Anthony Walsh got Yale (12-9-3, 10-6-1 ECAC) on the board with assists from Evan... nhregister.com

ECAC: LocalSt. Lawrence, Clarkson each fall in men’s play

CANTON — The smallest crowd of the season saw one of the St. Lawrence University men’s hockey team’s best efforts, but a frustrating year continued with a 3-2 loss to Harvard before 841 fans in an ECAC Hockey game Friday night at Appleton Arena. watertowndailytimes.com

NCHC: The quick rundown - UND 5, Western Michigan 1

Mark Senden scored just 18 seconds into the game and UND built a 3-0 lead in just 10:35 en route to handing Western Michigan its first home loss in more than three months. The Fighting Hawks chased Western Michigan starting goalie Trevor Gorsuch in... grandforksherald.com

NCHC: UNO Still Waiting to Turn a Corner

In its second season under head coach, Mike Gabinet, Nebraska-Omaha has not fared as its faithful may have hoped. Last weekend’s split with Miami brought the Mavericks to a record of 9-17-2 (5-12-1 NCHC). The team is playing its most difficult... collegehockeynews.com

WCHA: Lakers turn back Huskies in WCHA series opener

SAULT STE. MARIE — With pivotal WCHA points on the line, it was no surprise to see a playoff- type game in the series opener between Lake Superior State and Michigan Tech Friday night. The Lakers came away with 3-1 win over the Huskies at Taffy Abel... thedailyreporter.com

WCHA: Nanooks hockey steamrolled by No. 16 Bowling Green

FAIRBANKS — There wasn’t much that went the Alaska Nanooks hockey team’s way during Friday’s Western Collegiate Hockey Association series opener at Bowling Green. The No. 16 Falcons dominated offensively and held firm in their defensive zone on their... newsminer.com

GMHL: Ivan Bondarenko - Six years, five leagues, one hockey dream

At 15, Ivan Bondarenko boarded a one-way flight from Russia to follow his hockey dream. It didn’t quite work out as planned. Six years and five leagues later, this is his story. sportsnet.ca

Monday, February 18, 2019

2/18/2019 7:05 AM

WHL: Glass makes Winterhawks look different

The Winterhawks are sharpening their weapons for the Western Hockey League playoffs, and they have their most important one back in the holster. Center Cody Glass has returned to Portland's lineup after missing nine games with a knee injury, and the... portlandtribune.com

2/18/2019 6:49 AM

NAHL: Wall to Wall Impact

Now in its 44th year of operation, the North American Hockey League (NAHL) is currently in the middle of a Golden Era that is showing no signs of slowing down. When it comes to players committing to play NCAA hockey while playing junior hockey, no... nahl.com

2/18/2019 6:52 AM

SJHL: Tsawwassen blueliner earns scholarship to Chicago school

Tsawwassen blueliner Vaughan Bamford is headed to Chicago to continue his hockey career and pursue his education by attending Lake Forest College on a scholarship for the 2019-20 season. The Lake Forest Foresters are a NCAA Division III program that... delta-optimist.com

WHL: Blichfeld's four points help Portland beat Seattle

PORTLAND, Ore. — Joachim Blichfeld added to his league-leading numbers with three goals and an assist as the Portland Winterhawks beat the Seattle Thunderbirds 5-2 on Sunday in Western Hockey League action. The 20-year-old product of Denmark leads... sportsnet.ca

2/18/2019 7:05 AM

WHL: Rockets on last long roady

While it looks like a three horse race between Kelowna, Kamloops and Seattle for a final playoff spot, my gut is telling me its actually the Rockets and Blazers that are treading on the thinnest ice. If the playoffs were to begin today, the Blazers... reganbartel.blogspot.com

 

Sunday, February 17, 2019

2/17/2019 8:37 AM

NAHL: Tre'Davious White drops the puck, Mudbugs pick up the win

SHREVEPORT, La. -- Tre'Davious White earned legend status with his viral "Tre White Goalie Academy" video and the Mudbugs extended an invitation to the former LSU Tiger and current Buffalo Bill to drop the puck before Shreveport's game against... kokomoperspective.com

WHL: Glass returns as Winterhawks beat Red Deer

Cody Glass returned from injury and scored the insurance goal into an empty net with 1:07 remaining, and Joel Hofer stopped 25 shots to lead the Portland Winterhawks past the Red Deer Rebels 2-0 before 9,487 Mascot Night fans at Moda Center. portlandtribune.com

 

Saturday, February 16, 2019

CHL: Power Rankings - Nine amazing streaks so far this season

At this point in the CHL season teams settle in for the stretch drive to the playoffs. There’s a clear separation between contenders and pretenders as teams jockey for optimal playoff position. Players who were moved at the deadline are feeling... sportsnet.ca

2/16/2019 8:47 AM

WHL: Raiders outworked by desperate Wheat Kings in overtime

The Prince Albert Raiders did something for the first time this season, but it was a first they would rather forget. The picked up their first overtime defeat of the season, a 5-4 extra time loss to the Brandon Wheat Kings Friday at the Art Hauser... panow.com

NAHL: Junior hockey - Johnson's OT goal lifts Wilderness

Jack Johnson scored 1:37 into overtime to lift the Minnesota Wilderness to a 5-4 North American Hockey League victory over the Bismarck Bobcats on Friday night before 1,064 at VFW Sports Center in Bismarck, N.D. duluthnewstribune.com

AHL: Canucks prospects tracker - Gadjovich grows with the Comets

They called him the “Man Child” during his days in junior. Now in his rookie season in the AHL, Gadjovich finds himself playing in a grown man’s game — and is finally seeing growth in his own game at the professional level. This past week, the big... theprovince.com

Monday, February 18, 2019

2/18/2019 7:23 AM

AHL: Edmonton Oilers Prospect Update - February 17th, 2019

The water in Bakersfield is just fine from the looks of things. The young Oilers took their 15th straight win last night with a 2-1 OTW over the Ontario Reign. The number now sits at three more wins to break the record for the longest winning streak... oilersnation.com

AHL: Oilers recall D Sekera

The Edmonton Oilers have recalled defenceman Andrej Sekera from his conditioning stint with the AHL's Bakersfield Condors. Sekera has yet to suit up for the Oilers this season since tearing his Achilles tendon during the off-season. He had two... tsn.ca

AHL: Quine's hat trick leads Heat past Colorado Eagles

Even though Glenn Gawdin had a good chance to score, he knew Stockton Heat teammate Alan Quine did, too. So when Quine (pronounced Kwine) called out to Gawdin with minutes left in Sunday’s game against the visiting Colorado Eagles, passing it to the... recordnet.com

ECHL: Swamp Rabbits too slippery for Growlers

It could have been finer in Carolina for the Newfoundland Growlers on Sunday. The Growlers gave up three goals in a six-and-half minute span in the second period, and eventually lost 5-4 in overtime to the Greenville, S.C. Swamp Rabbits, snapping a... thetelegram.com

AHL: Sabres' Casey Nelson - Back from conditioning

Nelson hasn't played an NHL game since Dec. 4, but he was able to play in five minor-league games during his conditioning assignment. A roster spot still needs to be opened up and Nelson needs to be activated from injured reserve before he can enter... cbssports.com

ECHL: K's rally from 3 down, lose in OT shootout

So much of what happened during the Komets' 6-5 overtime shootout loss to the Wheeling Nailers at Memorial Coliseum on Sunday could have been predicted. There was Shawn Szydlowski, known for his fieriness, dropping the gloves to fight Cedric Lacroix... journalgazette.net

ECHL: Thunder fall in overtime at Cincinnati

CINCINNATI — Jesse Schultz scored a power-play goal in overtime as the Cincinnati Cyclones beat the Adirondack Thunder 5-4 on Sunday. The Thunder ended a seven-game road trip with three wins, three losses and Sunday’s overtime loss. It left the... poststar.com

 

Sunday, February 17, 2019

2/17/2019 9:45 AM

AHL: OT heroics give Condors their 15th straight win

The Condors are starting to soar into rarefied air. AHL All-Star Cooper Marody scored off a terrific individual effort to give Bakersfield a 2-1 overtime win over Ontario at Rabobank Arena on Saturday night, the Condors’ 15th consecutive victory. theahl.com

2/17/2019 9:45 AM

AHL: Raising Hague

This is a story about Chicago Wolves rookie defenseman Nic Hague’s mom and dad. And his second mom and dad. And the brothers he didn’t meet until he was 16. And figuring out how to become a pro and an adult simultaneously. In other words, this is a... theahl.com

2/17/2019 9:58 AM

AHL: Checkers Defeat Providence 3-2

After a few recent setbacks in the season series, the Checkers defeated division rival Providence 3-2 on Saturday to earn their second win in as many days. gocheckers.com

 

Saturday, February 16, 2019

AHL: Checkers Stomp Springfield 4-1

The first period proved to be a high-energy frame with several strong offensive chances for the Checkers, including one by defenseman Haydn Fleury as he broke up a zone entry attempt by Springfield’s power-play unit and sprung himself on a... gocheckers.com

ECHL: First-period barrage carries Thunder

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — The Adirondack Thunder erupted for five goals in the first period en route to an 8-2 ECHL win over Fort Wayne on Friday. The eight goals were a season high. John Edwardh scored twice and assisted once to lead the Thunder scorers... poststar.com

Jamie Edmonds: US women's hockey is so hot right now

DETROIT - Sunday is the 21st anniversary of the U.S. women's ice hockey team winning the inaugural Olympic gold medal. I remember it so fondly because I was a freshman in high school at Shady Side Academy in Pittsburgh, and I was on the first-ever... clickondetroit.com

Monday, February 18, 2019

Canadian women beat US, win inaugural Rivalry Series

DETROIT — The inaugural Rivalry Series was created to give Canada and the United States another opportunity to put the world's best female hockey teams on the ice together. It went so well, there likely will be a sequel. tsn.ca

2/18/2019 7:22 AM

UK: Todd Dutiaume feels sorry for Fife Flyers fans

Fife Flyers coach Todd Dutiaume sympathises with the fans after they lost both games at the weekend. Defeats to Coventry Blaze and Dundee Stars have dragged them into the scrap for the play-offs. Elsewhere, Omar Pacha made an unexpected playing... bbc.com

 

Sunday, February 17, 2019

2/17/2019 9:42 AM

UK: Elite League - Cardiff Devils 6-5 MK Lightning

A Joey Martin hat-trick helped Cardiff Devils edge a thrilling Elite League encounter with MK Lightning. Devils were 3-1 down in first period after two goals from Robbie Baillargeon and one from Tim Wallace cancelled out Stephen Dixon's opener. bbc.com

 

Saturday, February 16, 2019

2/16/2019 8:50 AM

Global Girls’ Game 2019

The Global Girls’ Game started in the night from Friday to Saturday near New Zealand’s largest city of Auckland. During 44 hours of this weekend the fourth edition of the #GlobalGirlsGame will be held across the world covering Oceania, the Far East,... iihf.com

Luxembourg launches women’s hockey

This weekend the Global Girls’ Game will happen for the fourth time with the puck going around the world in a record number of 40 countries. For the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg it means the first time women will play an ice hockey game in the country... iihf.com

MN H.S.: Looking Back - From Hill-Murray to Team USA, wherever Hannah Brandt goes, success follows

Yet there she was on Friday afternoon in Detroit, fielding a phone call from the Pioneer Press a couple of days before yet another game on the international stage with Team USA and Team Canada in the midst of a best-of-three Rivalry Series. “I... twincities.com

Monday, February 18, 2019

MN H.S.: East Ridge 7, JM 0

WOODBURY — John Marshall closed its regular season Saturday with a 7-0 loss at East Ridge in a non-conference boys hockey game. postbulletin.com

MA H.S.: Girls hockey - Austin Prep stays perfect

STONEHAM — The Austin Prep girls hockey team has become a freight train with no breaks in a perfect season, continuing to answer the bell against tough opponents. The Cougars continued rolling Sunday with a tightly contested 3-1 victory against... bostonherald.com

NY H.S.: Hockey - Section 1 playoffs at a glance

In case you missed any of our postseason coverage, this is where you'll find the scores from previous game and the schedule for the next round. Links to previews and game coverage are here, as well. lohud.com

 

Sunday, February 17, 2019

2/17/2019 9:18 AM

MN H.S.: Section Salad - Burnsville Visits The FLOWto Booth

It's no secret the Burnsville Boys didn't have the regular season they were hoping for: a tough non-conference schedule, goalie battling injuries, and six OT games without a single win. Add to that some pretty lackluster hair, and you can see why... gameonmn.com

2/17/2019 8:43 AM

MN H.S.: The 2019 Minnesota girls state hockey tournament brackets

That’s two-time defending state champ Edina, which bested previously top-ranked Blake 3-2 in Friday’s Class 2A, Section 6 title game. Edina’s quarterfinal opponent? East Ridge, a first-time state qualifier. Andover is the No. 2 seed after surviving a... twincities.com

MA H.S.: Framingham makes Super statement

FRAMINGHAM — With selection Saturday just a week away, two of the top teams in Division 1 South were set to square off in a contest with Super Eight implications. Neither squad pulled punches in a back and forth 6-4 win for Framingham over Xaverian,... bostonherald.com

ND H.S.: Magi hockey grounds Blue Jays to reach state

The agony from a year ago was all the motivation the Minot High School boys hockey team needed. The Magicians weren’t ready to hang up their skates. With a dominant 7-1 West Region state qualifier victory over No. 4-seeded Jamestown (8-14-1) Saturday... minotdailynews.com

 

Saturday, February 16, 2019

2/16/2019 8:32 AM

MN H.S.: North Shore coach Guzzo set to put career on ice

SILVER BAY — A job lured Mike Guzzo back to his hometown of Silver Bay. Specifically, it was an 18-month trial as the city's recreation director. Guzzo and his wife, Mary, planned to ride out the 18 months, then reassess and possibly look elsewhere... duluthnewstribune.com

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