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NHL NEWS: Doan, Thornton earn milestones

Shane Doan (file photo)

Joe Thornton (file photo)

Shane Doan scored a power-play goal in overtime to help the red-hot Phoenix Coyotes past the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-2.

The win was the eighth in a row for the Coyotes.

Doan was playing in his 1,098th game with Winnipeg/Phoenix franchise, tying him with Teppo Numminen for first on the all-time franchise list.

San Jose Sharks Joe Thornton scored his 300th career goal in the team’s win over the Detroit Red Wings.

compiled from NHL news

Blue Jackets drop 4-3 decision to Phoenix


Scott Arniel still searching for right pieces with the Jackets (file photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets are still searching for that winning formula, which has been missing since November.

They came a little bit closer to playing better in a recent game against Phoenix. The Jackets lost 4-3 before 11,109 at Nationwide Arena.

Columbus received goals from Jared Boll, Rostislav Klesla and Kristian Huselius.

The home team could not win despite leading 2-0 less than six minutes into the first period and 3-1 which evaporated early in the third period.

The Phoenix Coyotes, who have been a thorn in the side of the Blue Jackets for years, won the game on a flukey goal in the third period.

At 10:44 of the third, the Coyotes’ Derek Morris fired the puck into a crowd that caromed off Blue Jackets goaltender Mathieu Garon’s blocker pad, flipped up into the air and dropped into the goal off his back and that was the game.


46 302 Dave Tippett Phoenix coach The team is resilient back to back 3rd period goals (V-Teck)


46 319 Scott Arniel CBJ coach Frustrating losing streak since Thanksgiving (V-Teck)

Phoenix puts Blue Jackets away in third period

Shane Doan (file photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets always have problems with the Phoenix Coyotes.

Last night, Phoenix won the game in a 52-second segment of the third period by scoring two goals.

Shane Doan and Vern Fiddler scored within a minute midway through the third period after Columbus rallied from a two-goal deficit. Those two goals allowed the Coyotes to polish off Columbus 4-2 in Arena before 8,222 fans.

The Jackets received goals from Jake Voracek and R.J. Umberger. Goaltender Mathieu Garon, making his first start since December 26, stopped 28 saves.

The Jackets at one point this season has a record of 8-1-0 on the road and have been 1-7-2.

Columbus lost left winger Ethan Moreau in the first period with a rib injury.


* Shane Doan, Phoenix right winger

* Eric Belanger, Phoenix center, two prime assists and a plus-2 rating

* R.J. Umberger, Columbus left winger, extended his four-game goal streak

compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets & NHL news

Adrian Aucoin re-signs with Phoenix Coyotes

compiled from staff, Phoenix Coyotes and NHL news

The Phoenix Coyotes have re-signed defenseman Adrian Aucoin to a two-year contract.

Adrian Aucoin (PHX)

The 36-year-old Aucoin, had eight goals and 20 assists while playing in all 82 regular-season games in his first year with Phoenix. He also garnered two assists in seven playoff games and led the NHL with six shootout-winning goals.

Aucoin joined the Coyotes after playing for Calgary, Chicago, Vancouver, Tampa Bay and the New York Islanders. He has 116 goals, 248 assists and 683 penalty minutes in 933 NHL games.

NHL’s top GM goes to Don Maloney of Phoenix

compiled from staff, wire, Phoenix Coyotes and NHL reports

The NHL has chosen Don Maloney of the Phoenix Coyotes as the league’s top general manager for 2009-2010.

Maloney became the award’s first winner on Wednesday during the league’s general managers meetings at the Stanley Cup.

Don Maloney Phoenix GM (nhl)

The voting was conducted after the season among the league’s 30 general Managers and a panel of NHL executives and print and broadcast media. Maloney beat out George McPhee of the Washington Capitals and David Poile of the Nashville Predators.

Phoenix just came off a very controversial season with Wayne Gretzky leavingĀ  just before the season and the team’s future in Arizona in doubt.

Under new head coach Dave Tippett, who was hired by Maloney, set franchise records with 50 wins and 107 points and made the playoffs for the first time since 2002.

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