NHL Headlines Of The WeekWith the baseball season coming to an end tonight, it's time to shift focus towards the NHL, where things are just starting to heat up.
Ducks Rally From 3 Goals Down To Beat Coyotes, 5-4Corey Perry scored twice and set up Andrew Coglino's tying goal with 6:15 remaining.
Perlini, Martinook Help Coyotes Hold Off Kings For 5-3 VictoryTanner Pearson scored twice, Dustin Brown had a goal and an assist in the third period and Peter Budaj had 17 saves for the Kings.
Muzzin's Late Goal Gives Kings 3-2 Victory Over CoyotesThe fourth line scored both of Arizona's goals, but the Kings countered quickly after both scores.
Ducks Rout Coyotes, 5-1, To Tie Team Mark With 10th Straight VictoryCam Fowler and Josh Manson also scored, and Frederik Andersen stopped 27 shots as Anaheim stayed atop the Pacific Division.
Dustin Brown's 2 Goals Lead Kings To 6-2 Victory Over CoyotesMarian Gaborik and Brown scored 12 seconds apart late in the second period, with Gaborik's goal coming off a turnover when Arizona defenseman Kevin Connauton's stick broke on a shot attempt.
Kopitar Scores In OT To Lift Kings Over Coyotes 4-3Anze Kopitar scored 36 seconds into overtime to lift the Los Angeles Kings over the Arizona Coyotes 4-3 on Saturday night.
Ducks Fall, 4-2, To CoyotesThe Coyotes had beaten the Ducks twice already this season behind Max Domi, Anthony Duclair and Martin Hanzal. Domi and Duclair were at it again, combining for three points, including a goal in the third period shortly after Anaheim cut the lead to two.
Mikkel Boedker's OT Goal Pushes Coyotes Past Ducks, 4-3Mikkel Boedker scored on a breakaway 1:18 into overtime after an atrocious turnover by Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf, and the Arizona Coyotes snapped Anaheim's four-game winning streak with a 4-3 victory Monday night.
Kings Struggle Again In Loss To Coyotes; Fall To 0-2Max Domi had a goal and an assist in his NHL debut to help the Arizona Coyotes beat the Los Angeles Kings 4-1 on Friday night.
Weal's OT Goal Lifts Kings In Preseason Victory Over CoyotesMichael Mersch and Brian O'Neill also scored for Los Angeles.