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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Antoine Vermette
Their postseason hopes all but gone, the Winnipeg Jets are content to play spoiler in the NHL Western Conference playoff race.
The Pittsburgh Penguins' spot in the postseason is assured. The Phoenix Coyotes are living much more dangerously.
The Phoenix Coyotes have won three in a row for the first time in 4½ months, and they've done it just in time for the stretch run to the playoffs.
Radim Vrbata is peaking at the right time.
Phoenix Coyotes goalie Mike Smith had plenty of idle time on his hands, watching his teammates push the Vancouver Canucks to the outside, limiting their chances.
Mike Smith stopped 30 shots and the Phoenix Coyotes became the first team to shut out the Chicago Blackhawks this season with a 2-0 victory Friday night.
The proud fathers huddled near the Dallas Stars' dressing room, smiling, laughing and telling stories while wearing replica green sweaters of their sons' team.
The Phoenix Coyotes zipped around the ice, generating good scoring chances, getting into a scrap after a big hit, pumping in a goal late in the first period.
The Vancouver Canucks came through in a game full of deflections and bounces.
Sean Monahan got the Calgary Flames off to good start and they finally ended weeks of frustration at home.
Mike Smith and Phoenix's penalty-killing unit gave the Coyotes a much-needed lift.
Phoenix Coyotes' Antoine Vermette (50) argues with referee Kevin Pollock as he waves off an apparent goal for the Coyotes during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday, March 4, 2014, in Glendale, Ariz. The Coyotes defeated the Canucks 1-0.(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
"It was really disappointing," Vermette said. "We have to find a way to win these games."