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Topic - Shane Doan
Semyon Varlamov showed there were no lingering effects from a disappointing finish at the Winter Olympics.
Shane Doan stood in front of his stall scowling, the crimson in his cheeks as much from the anger inside as the physical toll from 60 minutes of give-it-all-you-got hockey.
The Buffalo Sabres have struggled at times this season when they had the lead, often fumbling it away.
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.
Milan Lucic scored twice and the Bruins spoiled goalie Tim Thomas' first game in Boston as a visitor with a 6-2 win over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night.
The Phoenix Coyotes almost gave away a game by believing it was in the bag.
Sean Monahan got the Calgary Flames off to good start and they finally ended weeks of frustration at home.
New Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice is already changing things up after just one day on the job.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Sluggish in the first period, Phoenix scored its first two goals on fortunate bounces in the second.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Down two goals in the second period and looking sluggish in the final game of a grueling Western trip, the Philadelphia Flyers got a spark from Jay Rosehill.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Phoenix Coyotes captain Shane Doan has been cleared to return after a bout with Rocky Mountain Fever and could play as early as Saturday night.
The Coyotes gave the NHL's best power play far too many chances, didn't capitalize enough on the numerous chances they got and generally found ways to get in their own way until late in regulation. They still found a way to win it.
Talks between the NHL and the union are back under way for the first time in nearly a week as the sides again search for a deal to save the hockey season.
The Los Angeles Kings have maintained their discipline and cool during a dominant playoff run that has them two wins away from the team's first Stanley Cup finals appearance since 1993 with Wayne Gretzky.
The past week has been something of a 2010-11 Capitals reunion tour, with games against David Steckel, Boyd Gordon and Eric Fehr.
"We lost. There isn't much to feel good about," Doan said. "It comes down to the last 20 games. It always does. We have to figure out a way to get more points."
"We're up 2-1 to start the second and we do absolutely nothing, nothing as a group. Absolutely nothing," Doan said. "We have a chance to put a team away when you're up 2-1 at home, and I don't think we got a shot for 12 minutes. It's embarrassing. It's embarrassing."