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Dallas Stars left wing Mason Marchment (27) skates with the puck ahead of Arizona Coyotes right wing Dylan Guenther (11) during the second period of an NHL game, Wednesday, March 20, 2024, in Dallas.

OPINION: NHL to the 801

Collyn Cowles, Section Editor April 16, 2024

In a monumental shift for the NHL, the Arizona Coyotes bid farewell to the Valley of the Sun, setting their sights on the snow-capped peaks of Salt Lake City. The decision, finalized amidst a whirlwind...


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Brisa Odenthal, News Editor February 29, 2024
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The Big Sky athletic conference doesn’t currently sponsor mens volleyball for competition, so it will join an increasing list of high school sports not offered at any schools in the conference. Photo credit: Grace Haglund

A place for men’s volleyball in Big Sky?

Cayden Treasure April 4, 2022

The Utah High School Activities Association has scheduled boys' volleyball to begin in spring 2024, adding another spring sport to the lineup.The Big Sky athletic conference doesn’t currently sponsor...

The MLB shutdown was meant to put urgency in reaching a compromise.

Opinion: The MLB ripple effect

Simon Mortensen February 18, 2022

The 2021 MLB season was crazy! Fans saw the Atlanta Braves win a title without their star player as well as a scandal involving some of the league's best pitchers.What’s even crazier is that an...

Lightning center Blake Coleman skates by the Stanley Cup as  players gather at center ice before the game starts.

New season brings changes and challenges to the NHL for 2021

Alec Cipollini January 15, 2021

The highly anticipated 2021 season for the National Hockey League has just kicked off this week with uncertainty and doubt. Last year, the NHL season was unlike any other since league play was suspended...

Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper supervises a training camp practice session at the Ice Sports Forum in Brandon, Fla., on September 14, 2018. Coopers Lightning were unable to hold a third-period lead on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, dropping a 6-4 contest against the Ottawa Senators. (Douglas R. Clifford/Tampa Bay Times/TNS)

Lightning finally struck

Alec Cipollini November 9, 2020

As I continue this trend of looking back at this year’s champions and giving a breakdown of the events, we now shift our attention to the National Hockey League, where lightning finally struck.For...

The morning of March 12, the CenturyLink arena was empty expect for staff and the Eastern Washington Cheerleaders. (BriElle Harker / The Signpost)

The sports world goes silent

Brandon May March 13, 2020

It’s no secret the recent spread of the coronavirus has taken over the communities, and collegiate function and the professional sports world. As most universities headed to their conference championships...


Knights drop Stanley Cup, make NHL history

Brandon May June 11, 2018

The Las Vegas Golden Knights didn’t wait long to establish their name in the NHL and the professional sports world, making it to the Stanley Cup Final in their inaugural season but falling to the...

The 2016 Stanley Cup went to the Pittsburgh Penguins after they defeated the San Jose Sharks in six games. (Source: Michael Righi / flickr)

The chase for the Stanley Cup

Evan Brown April 11, 2017

With just a few games remaining in the regular season, the NHL playoffs are right around the corner. The chase for the Stanley Cup has players, fans and organizations excited for the season's future. Last...

Manon Rhéaume plays at the Legends Games for the 50th edition of the Quebec International Pee-Wee Tournament in Feb. 2009. (Source: Tsunami330 / Wikimedia Commons)

‘High-stickin’ it to the man: Manon Rhéaume defends the NHL goal

Evan Brown March 14, 2017

For some reason, Manon Rhéaume, former-NHL hockey goalie, seems to fly under the radar when it comes to accomplished women athletes in the world. Tennis player Serena Williams and Olympic soccer star...

Nathan's Notations: The NHL is back — hopefully fans will be too

January 7, 2013

I know this thought might not be shared by everyone reading this column, but I’d like to take this time and say: Hallelujah, hockey’s back. Sunday morning, I woke up to the good news that the second...

Nathan's Notations: The effects of the NHL lockout

November 13, 2012

We’re nearing the middle of November, and a game has yet to be played in the NHL. The first two months of the season were canceled due to the second lockout in five years and the third lockout under...

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