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Coyotes Domingue Trending Up After San Jose Win

After a strong performance in his rookie season with Arizona, goaltender Louis Domingue was thrust back into a starting role again just two games into his 2016-17 campaign in the desert. Things didn’t start off as well as he would have liked; a sub .800 save percentage in his first game was followed up by a performance that saw him pulled in favor of AHL call-up Justin Peters. Last year saw Domingue fall into a similar rut at one point in the season, though. And like last year, the 24-year-old netminder managed to pull himself out and put up increasingly...

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The Best of the NHL’s Scary Halloween Masks

The ever-talented Sylvie Marsolais of Sylabrush has created a new mask for Milwaukee Admirals netminder Mark Visentin – and it’s perfect for the spooky, scary theme of Halloween. Take a look: “Mark wanted a big skull on his mask, so we decided to go with a high-detailed skull,” Marsolais told InGoal. “We wanted the skull to look like the team logo with the big admiral hat… and the ‘A’ sewn onto it! It was a really cool project to work on; we generally don’t have a lot of demands for skulls and stuff like that, but we really enjoy...

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Picking apart Pickard’s strong showing in Arizona

Calvin Pickard isn’t the first name you think of when you think of the Colorado Avalanche crease but maybe, with the expansion draft coming up, he’s a name more fans should be thinking about. In a stellar performance against the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday, Semyon Varlamov’s backup stopped 24 of 26 shots against in only his second appearance of the 2016-17 season. You’d never know he was coming in after so much time spent on the bench, though. His depth was excellent, he tracked with precision, and he stayed calm and in control. He limited rebounds – and was...

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Islanders reportedly shopping Jaroslav Halak

The big story around the NHL so far has been the number of injuries to starting goaltenders – leaving a number of franchises reportedly exploring the need to pick up someone new to fill in. Up until Saturday evening, the prime name on the market seemed to be Ondrej Pavelec of the Winnipeg Jets. The former starter was usurped over the summer by his heir apparent, Connor Hellebuyck, and backup Michael Hutchinson managed to snag the number two spot on the depth chart over the Czech netminder. Now, though, Jaroslav Halak may be the new top candidate for acquisition....

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NHL seeing slew of goaltender injuries early in the year

It’s still early in the 2016-17 NHL regular season. Already, though, there’s a laundry list of injuries around the league – particularly, it seems, in net. (And no, they aren’t from modified gear changes – yet.) First, there was Jonathan Quick. The bona fide number one for Los Angeles went down after less than one game played on the year, and now he’s out for anywhere from three months to half the season. Given that it’s a groin issue – and that the netminder opted against surgery to fix the problem – there’s always the off chance he’ll be...

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Come into the Florida Panthers locker room with us as James Reimer goes over the details of the new @daveart mask, featuring more Panther and a little less Optimus Prime, that he might wear for first time tonight against the Vancouver Canucks. Full video featuring Reimer is up at (link in bio)

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