Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Coyle shines in U.S. rout of Slovakia


Freshman Charlie Coyle assisted on Team USA’s first two goals and the roofed a power play goal for 3-0 lead, as the U.S. skated past Slovakia, 6-1, in the World Junior Championships preliminary roundlast night. His goal-mouth pass to Kyle Palmier (Anaheim Ducks) four minutes into the first period got the defending WJC champs off to a fast start and they never looked back.

• USA Hockey recap and box score
• INCH recap
• NE Hockey Journal recap and notebook
• Video highlights
• Post-game comments
• Hockeysfuture.com interview with Coyle

Looking ahead
Hockey scout Dan Sallows evaluates 2011 recruit Alexx Privitera and conducts a Q&A interview with the Muskegon Lumberjacks' top bluliner.

Looking back
Last week we reported Rick Meagher’s selection as one the top 50 all-time ECAC players. Blog contributor mh82 sent us this 1989 article about how the Terrier scoring star became captain of the St. Louis blues and one of the NHL’s top defensive forwards.

The Hockey News’ John Grigg has Kevin Shattenkirk at the top of his current list of Calder Trophy candidates.

1 comment:

ame said...

Colin Wilson scored 2 goals on 12/28

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