Colin Suellentrop

#56D,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 190
Born:
Birth Place: Plantation, Florida
Draft: 2011 4th round (116th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • PHT Morning Skate: Matt Duchene helps fan land a prom date
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    PHT Morning Skate: Matt Duchene helps fan land a prom date

    —Matt Duchene may be having a tough season, but he picked up a terrific assist on Thursday night, as he flipped a puck to a fan and helped her get a prom date in the process. (Top) –Sportsnet breaks down the five longest individual playoff streaks. Henrik Zetteberg has the longest active streak, but that’s about to come to an end in the next few weeks. After the Red Wings are officially eliminated from the playoffs, Sharks defenseman Paul Martin will own the longest streak. (Sportsnet) –As you may have seen, yesterday was National Puppy Day. Several NHL players shared pictures of themselves with their dogs. BarDown has accumulated some of the best ones. (BarDown) –The Hockey News’ Ken Campbell

  • Arizona lawmaker suggests Coyotes pledge more money for new arena
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    Arizona lawmaker suggests Coyotes pledge more money for new arena

    Arizona Senate President Steve Yarbrough does not expect a piece of legislation to pass that would give the Coyotes millions of dollars in public financing to build a new arena. That being said, Yarbrough thinks the Coyotes may be able to gain some “traction” if they offer to put in more of their own money. Under the current plan, the team has pledged $170 million of the arena’s total cost, which is estimated at almost $400 million. The difference would be made up by new sales taxes, plus $55 million from the still-to-be-determined host city. “If you are getting no traction the way the bill is designed, you could see if the hockey team paid a greater portion,” Yarbrough told the Arizona Republic

  • Sabres prospect Petersen named Richter finalist — will he sign in Buffalo?
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    Sabres prospect Petersen named Richter finalist — will he sign in Buffalo?

    On Thursday, the five Richter Award finalists for the top NCAA goalie were announced and — to nobody’s surprise — Buffalo draftee and Notre Dame product Cal Petersen was among the five. Petersen, 22, finished the year with a 21-11-5 record, .928 save percentage, 2.14 GAA and six shutouts, backstopping the Irish to the NCAA championships. Petersen’s focus is currently on making the Frozen Four. But once that’s done, attention will undoubtedly turn to the pro game. Taken in the fifth round (129th overall) at the ’13 draft, Petersen has become one of Buffalo’s more prized young assets. GM Tim Murray addressed as much in a recent interview with WGR 550 radio. “We like him, obviously a lot, as a prospect,”