[Dingley] BREAKING: Former HNIC commentator Don Cherry is getting into podcasting. Cherry will revive his old radio show “Grapevine.” Joe Warmington reports the first podcast will drop Tuesday, and Cherry will address his firing by Rogers Sportsnet.
Reddit /r/hockey | 19 Nov 02h01
LA Kings fire back on Twitter: "Congrats to the @ArizonaCoyotes on putting up their first-ever banner 👏"
Reddit /r/hockey | 19 Nov 06h24
The Coyotes mascot unveils the Staples Center “cursed” Taylor Swift banner in Gila arena during the Yotes game against the Kings
Reddit /r/hockey | 19 Nov 05h37
Stephenson scores as a brawl breaks out
Reddit /r/hockey | 19 Nov 04h42
#NJDevils goaltender Cory Schneider will be placed on waivers at noon ET for purpose of assignment to Binghamton (AHL).
Reddit /r/hockey | 18 Nov 19h08
In honour of her being put in the hall of fame, here's Hayley Wickenheiser with possibly the greatest chirp in hockey history
Matt Calvert kneeling and bleeding on the ice after taking a puck to the head this past Saturday (from Avs twitter)
Reddit /r/hockey | 19 Nov 00h24
Matthew Tkachuk VS Brady Tkachuk after 87 games
Reddit /r/hockey | 19 Nov 00h28
Marian Hossa is still under contract with the Coyotes through 2020-21 but because it’s clear he won’t play again and played his last game in 2017, a HHOF source confirms he’s eligible for induction next year. Similar situation to Chris Pronger in 2015
Reddit /r/hockey | 19 Nov 00h22
TIL that if a team pulls their goalie in OT and then gives up a goal, they wouldn't get the 1 point for an OT loss
Reddit /r/hockey | 18 Nov 18h32
"The NHL discourages teams from pulling their goaltender during an overtime period; if a team does so, and subsequently loses the game when their opponent scores an empty net goal, the losing team does not receive the one point in the standings they would otherwise have received for an overtime loss."
This doesn't apply to delayed penalties. I don't know if this is common knowledge or not but I think it's super interesting and I had never heard of it.