Pacific Division

Eventful Week For Coyotes

Over the past four years, the Phoenix Coyotes have had a very topsy-turvy experience. Potential owners have come and gone ever since the NHL took over the franchise. Attendance has been near dismal, consistentl...

Win, Lose, How You Play: It All Matters

Winning is good business for an NHL team, but when it comes to their minor league affiliates, does winning matter, or is the important thing how you play the game?  Both matter, according to Brad Treliving, NHL...

Phoenix Coyotes Still Making A Point

2013 will see a few NHL teams going to the playoffs for the first time in a long time. As the season went along, they talked about the novelty of playing “meaningful games” down the stretch. The Phoenix Coyotes...

Are The Ducks Catching Up To Themselves?

Is math happening to the Anaheim Ducks? Is their early success catching up to them, the same way they caught up to opponents in 14 games this season? Prior to last weekend, they were hard on the heels of Chicag...

Devils Lose to Canucks, Acquire Zidlicky

The Devils Celebrated the 21 years of service that Mike “Doc” Emrick has given to the New Jersey Devils as their announcer. This season, he stepped away from the microphone and the TV cameras to take on a new r...

Rangers Topple the Coyotes at MSG

When two stellar goaltenders go head to head, it is tough to decipher who is going to come out the victor. With the New York Rangers hosting the Phoenix Coyotes, Henrik Lundqvist would be battling his goaltendi...

Rangers Dethrone Kings, Henrik Wins 200th

February 18, 2011 Henrik Lundqvist earned his 200th NHL win in true Lundqvist fashion—through a shootout. The goaltender secured his big win and a 4-3 victory for the Rangers by stopping two of the three shoo...

Leaving a Lasting Impression

After spending his entire 13 year NHL career with the Canadiens, Saku Koivu now departs Montreal for the sunny skies of Anaheim, California. A class act throughout his time with the Canadiens, Koivu will be rem...