End of the Season

The season has come to an end for the Phoenix Coyotes. They were eliminated from the playoffs on Friday when the Dallas Stars beat the St. Louis Blues. The Coyotes still had two games to go; one against the Sharks and the last one against the Stars. It has been a long season, full of ups and downs. There are s few areas that need work in the off season (we will save this for a later...
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Brian Huddle: The OHL Finals: London vs. Niagara - the "Thank You Kessel Cup"?

Follow @BrianHuddle Two teams are left in the Ontario Hockey League, in a bid to come away with the J. Ross Robertson Cup. The experienced Niagara Ice Dogs, chalk full of NHL Drafted Prospects, and the young London Knights, who some claim have "overachieved", yet here they are. The story lines are there: Mark Visentin(PHX), the shiny first round prospect, who failed...
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April 29, 2012  |  Discuss

OHL goalie Mark Visentin scores goal in playoff game

The Niagara IceDogs were up 4-2 against the Ottawa 67′s with less than a minute remaining in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Finals of the OHL playoffs.  Expectedly, the 67′s goalie was on the bench for the extra attacker.  So when the puck went behind his net, IceDogs goalie Mark Visentin’s eyes lit up. The play-by-play guy knew what was going on.  ”He wants it...
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April 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Canadian Goalie Mark Visentin Makes Spectacular Behind-the-Back Save in World Junior Bronze Medal Game (Video)

You're on notice, NHL goalies. Mark Visentin, goalie for the Canadian World Junior team, made the save of the year during Canada's 3-0 win in the bronze medal game of the World Junior championship. Yes, it's early in 2012, but this one might stand up over the next 12 months. Leading by three early in the third period, Visentin got turned around by the Finnish power play...
January 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Mark Visentin's incredible behind-the-back save

I think it's save to call this the save of the young year. It happened in the bronze medal game of the World Junior Championships. Canadian goalie Mark Visentin used the eyes in the back of his head to stop a dancing puck that had hit off the post, hit his upper beck and was trickling back down toward the net.  Had Marv Albert been calling the game, this would have definitely...
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January 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Behind-the Back Save In World Junior Bronze Game

This behind-the-back save made by Canada goalie Mark Visentin in the World Junior Bronze Medal game against Finland yesterday is one as good as a save as I have ever seen.  Somehow the Mark had the presence of mind, and luck, to snag the puck out of the air as it was headed into the net… from behind his back. Click here to view the embedded video. via Hot Clicks Article found...
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January 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Mark Visentin's Behind-the-Back Illuminati Like Save

2012 World Junior Bronze Medal Game: Mark Visentin with the behind the back glove save. Every time you take a sip of coffee, think -- gotta check Bob's Blitz. Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe, or... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~
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January 06, 2012  |  Discuss

At The World Hockey Juniors, Canada's Mark Visentin Made One Of The More Amazing Saves You'll Ever See

Your morning roundup for Jan. 4, the day we learned being ridiculously rich can be a real drag. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors. More »
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January 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Canada routs Finland for bronze at world juniors

Mark Visentin stopped a second-period penalty shot and made 27 saves in Canada's 4-0 victory over Finland on Thursday in the third-place game in the world junior hockey championship.
January 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Canada claims third place at world juniors

Mark Visentin stopped a second-period penalty shot and made 27 saves in Canada's 4-0 victory over Finland on Thursday in the third-place game in the world junior hockey championship.
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January 05, 2012  |  Discuss

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