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It's playoff time in Utica as the Comets (38-26-12) wrapped up the regular season this past weekend and will now get set to face the league-leading Toronto Marlies (54-18-4). Game 1 goes Saturday in Toronto.
It's playoff time in Utica as the Comets (38-26-12) wrapped up the regular season this past weekend and will now get set to face the league-leading Toronto Marlies (54-18-4) in the best-of-five opening round. Game 1 goes Saturday in Toronto.
The Comets have had some new faces in the lineup as of late as Lukas Jasek continues to impress since joining the team in late March. He closed out the season with seven points (3-4-7) in six games, which included scoring the overtime winner in their season finale. Highly-touted prospect Jonathan Dahlen has also joined the team, scoring once and setting up another in two games played, while Kole Lind has appeared in six games, registering one assist.
Speaking of playoffs, a pair of Canucks prospects in the OHL have a huge Game 7 coming up on Tuesday...
Updates on Lukas Jasek, Jonathan Dahlen & Kole Lind as the Utica Comets finish the regular season and prepare to face the Toronto Marlies in an opening round best-of-5.
The Bolts head into New Jersey tonight looking to take a 3-0 series lead.
Caley Chelios has the Game 3 preview:
"Any time you play in a different building and the other team is at home, they typically come out with a lot of energy and a lot of speed. We're expecting that, and we have to match that and play to our strengths."
"It's a step-by-step process. You can't get too far ahead of yourself or think you're too far behind. There has to be a little desperation from our group tonight."
Kent French takes you inside the Game 3 matchup from SAP Center in San Jose.
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On Thursday, the Coyotes donated $250,000 to Phoenix Children's Hospital to help them help the kids who need it the very most, and we couldn't be more honored.