FGD: Juggling Act

Pat Steinberg
November 12 2010 12:42PM

As the Calgary Flames strive for some consistency, they've made some lineup changes going into a game with the Phoenix Coyotes in the desert (7:30 pm, TSN and The FAN 960).  It looks like Brendan Morrison will pop up to the first line to centre Jarome Iginla and Alex Tanguay, while Stefan Meyer returns to the lineup in place of Craig Conroy.

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Gameday Preview: Phoenix Coyotes

Kent Wilson
November 12 2010 09:20AM

GLENDALE, AZ - NOVEMBER 03: Martin Hanzal  of the Phoenix Coyotes skates up to a face off during the NHL game against the Nashville Predators at Jobing.com Arena on November 3, 2010 in Glendale, Arizona. The Coyotes defeated the Predators 4-3. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

 

After their Cinderella regular season last year, I've come to grudgingly admire Don Maloney's Phoenix Coyotes. Sure, there's a part in all of us that can't help but cheer for the plucky underdog who succeeds despite great obstacles, but it goes a bit beyond that for me. Afterall, I was the guy picking on the Colorado Avalanche all last season.

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EVERYONE IS WELCOME AT THE NATIONS

Wanye
November 12 2010 01:06AM

This is Keenan Cahill, a guy who has taken more heat on the internet than 99% of the folks combined.

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November 11 News and Notes

Robert Cleave
November 11 2010 05:57PM

                                                    He's a Mo(n)sster!!!!

With the Flames calming the waters in Denver the other night, today seems a good time to examine their plight and that of the other clubs around the league. In this week's round-up, Calgary heads to the desert, the Blues hit a roadblock, and the Leafs feel the cold slap of reality.

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THE QUEBEC CUP?

Jason Gregor
November 11 2010 04:30PM

La Presse is reporting that the Quebec Hockey Federation is working on hosting the Quebec Cup in the first week of August in 2011. The National Quebec team will be made up of Quebec-born NHL players and they will play the National teams of France, Switzerland and Italy. Yes those hockey powerhouses Italy and France will be invading Quebec.

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