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Dupuis (2) from Comeau
Maatta (1) from Comeau, Malkin
Kunitz (3) from Despres
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Goc (hooking) – Lazy (doesn’t keep his feet moving as Jurco skates to the slot, forcing him to hook Jurco as the puck gets there for a penalty)
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Welcome back everyone! With a new season, new coach, new GM, and new hope (at least temporarily), I’ll be working on some new formats for the postgame thoughts before the regular season arrives. Ideas and suggestions are very much encouraged; let me know what you want to see and read about! Goal assessments and descriptions will return when...
His profession requires him to wear a mask, one he chose to decorate with blood-stained teeth and the bulging eyeballs of a yeti, but even without it on, Coyotes goalie Thomas Greiss still seems to be hidden.
The mellow, easy-going facade is genuine but plenty more lurks behind it — like a passion for mountain biking the Alps, a trip to Chile on his to-do list and an affinity...
Even with a limited body of work for goalie Thomas Greiss this season, the Coyotes had enough confidence in him as a backup by the Olympic break that General Manager Don Maloney approached Greiss' agent during the league hiatus to discuss a contract extension.
Obviously, a deal wasn't accomplished, and one of the sticking points in the negotiation was Greiss' disappointment...
Sluggish in the first period, Phoenix scored its first two goals on fortunate bounces in the second.
Once the Coyotes got rolling, there was no stopping them, particularly the way Thomas Greiss was turning away shots.
Greiss stopped 27 shots, Lauri Korpikoski had a goal and two assists, and the Coyotes rolled to a 6-0 victory over the Calgary Flames on Tuesday night.
Via AP on Fox
January 08, 2014
The Philadelphia Flyers endured another game where they struggled to find the back of the net, as they fell to the Phoenix Coyotes by a score of 2-1 tonight at the Wells Fargo Center. Thomas Greiss played a strong game for the visitors, as he denied 36 of the Flyers’ 37shots in the game. Rob Klinkhammer and Oliver Ekman-Larsson produced the goals for Phoenix, as Steve Mason provided...
Egad, usually around here we throw around the term “nightmare fuel” pretty loosely, but in this instance, after gazing upon the hellish imagery featured on Phoenix Coyotes goaltender Thomas Greiss’ mask and being chilled to the bone by by it, the nightmare fuel designation is the most fitting description for it. As Deadspin’s Tom Ley […]The post Coyotes netminder Thomas...
Phoenix Coyotes goalie Thomas Greiss has officially won the award for the creepiest goalie mask in the NHL. I’m not sure the reasoning behind having this demonic creature on his mask, but if the purpose is to scare opponents, Greiss was successful. [Deadspin]
Phoenix Coyotes goaltender Thomas Greiss is all ready for Halloween with this horrifying goalie mask.
Check out Coyotes goalie Thomas Greiss's new mask… pic.twitter.com/LNlJSfbyoo
— Dave Vest (@davest4yotes) October 2, 2013
I’m still not sure why he has a Flyers fan painted on his mask.
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This is the new headgear for Sharks goalie Thomas Greiss. I have no clue what in the world that demon creature is supposed to be. Is it a zombie? Is it a werewolf? Is it a zombie werewolf? Maybe Ryane Clowe having a bad day? All I do know is my pants are now a little more damp than they were. [photo via @kkurzcsn]