Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The Coyotes stun the Canucks, 5-4

The Coyotes have cooled a bit since the last time they played Vancouver, but that only makes these games more important. Going into the match up on Wednesday, not many people would've anticipated that this game would have a total of nine goals scored. Both Luongo and Smith have played well, but Vancouver would score two goals in the first ten minutes and Phoenix would answer with two goals in the next ten minutes. Phoenix would then keep on pushing the pace of the game and eventually score the game winner off of an Antoine Vermette power play goal in the third period. This is a good sign for the Coyotes, since they are on a crucial road trip with Vancouver being their toughest test.

No. 12 South Florida dominates No. 12 Cal, 65-54

Scoring only 13 points in the first half was not enough as the Bulls of South Florida ran away from the Golden Bears.

No. 16 Vermont Catamounts top the No. 16 Lamar Cardinals, 71-59

After leading the "worst group of senior's I've ever been associated with", Pat Knight's Lamar squad was punchless in the tournament against the Vermont Catamounts.