Jets' Maurice expects to stick with goalie rotation for the time being

Paul Maurice didn’t plan for this to happen and he has no idea how long it’s going to last. …read more

Source:: Winnipeg Sun

      

Flyers' season hinges on Mason's recovery

TORONTO – If goalie Steve Mason is sidelined for an extended period, the Flyers’ playoff chances will virtually disappear and the team may be in the lottery hunt for the right to draft Connor McDavid or Jack Eichel, centers regarded as future franchise cornerstones. …read more

Source:: Philly.com

      

BUFFALO OPENS BACK-TO-BACK SET WITH HOME GAME AGAINST COLORADO

By chris.ryndak@sabres.com

Since Nov. 15, the Buffalo Sabres are 3-1 in games following a loss. They’ve only lost back-to-back games once during that stretch and have rattled off two three-game winning streaks and a four-game winning streak over that period of time.

Aft… …read more

Source:: Sabres Team News

      

News Release: Senators sign forward Nick Paul to an entry-level contract

OTTAWA – The Ottawa Senators (@Senators) announced today that the club has signed forward Nick Paul to a three-year entry-level contract.

A Mississauga native, Paul is currently in his third season with the Ontario Hockey League’s North Bay Bat… …read more

Source:: Senators Team News

      

Falcons come out the victor in high-scoring affair

By AHL (falconsahl.com) – The Springfield Falcons nudged the Binghamton Senators, 6-5, tonight at the Floyd L. (more…) …read more

Source:: AHL

      

Reeling Canucks, floundering Flames both seeking to snap losing slides

In the National Hockey League, where there are no longer any ties, something will have to give tonight when the reeling Vancouver Canucks meet the floundering Calgary Flames at Rogers Arena. …read more

Source:: Vancouver Sun

      

Canucks Game Day: Burrows pledging “high-paced, aggressive,” game as struggling Vancouver meets struggling Calgary

By Steve Ewen

Ryan Miller is expected to get the start in goal for the Canucks tonight. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/NHLI via Getty Images)

Ryan Miller is expected to get the start in goal for the Canucks tonight. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/NHLI via Getty Images)

Vancouver Canucks (18-11-2) vs. Calgary Flames (17-15-2)

Rogers Arena, 7 p.m.

CBC, TSN 1040

We’re taking a break from our gift shopping to offer up five thoughts on the Flames dropping in to face the Canucks tonight.

1. The Canucks are riding five straight losses (0-4-1) coming into tonight. The Flames dropped their seventh in a row (0-7-0) on Friday with a 2-1 defeat at home to the Dallas Stars. Both teams’ last win came on Dec. 4, with the Flames up-ending the Colorado …read more

Source:: The White Towel

      

Falcons come out the victor in wild 6-5 win

By AHL (falconsahl.com) – The Springfield Falcons nudged the Binghamton Senators, 6-5, tonight at the Floyd L. (more…) …read more

Source:: AHL

      

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