Marcel Noebels

#81LW,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 205
Born:
Birth Place: Toenisvorst, Germany
Draft: 2011 4th round (118th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Finding two-way balance Scott Laughton's key to finally sticking with Flyers
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    Finding two-way balance Scott Laughton's key to finally sticking with Flyers

    UNIONDALE, N.Y. — It certainly didn't have the feel of the first preseason game of the season on a Sunday afternoon when many sports fans are glued to a TV watching the NFL. But a sellout crowd of 13,917 poured into the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum to watch the first hockey game in the former home of the Islanders for the first time since April 2015, and the Isles treated this exhibition as if it had some sentimental emotions. Fans lined the parking lot of the newly-renovated arena tailgating a good two to three hours leading up to faceoff.      "Didn't think energy was an issue," Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol said. "Pretty good pace to this game. I think probably the atmosphere had something

  • Hickey, Islanders hope to begin 2017-18 season on the right note
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    Hickey, Islanders hope to begin 2017-18 season on the right note

    The New York Islanders missed the Stanley Cup playoffs last season by one point, in large part due to starting the season 6-10-4. The points that teams bank earlier in the season come home to roost when the hockey season hits games Nos. 50, 60, 70 and beyond. Although the Islanders recorded 58 points over their final 45 games last year, their slow start cost them. Whether the fault belongs to the players, former head coach Jack Capuano, the special teams or another factor, the result -- a spring and summer spent watching other teams battle for perhaps the most prestigious trophy in sports -- is done. "Our run at the end of the season was a bright spot, if you want to look at it that way. But

  • Quick Strikes: Lightning hockey is back!
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    Quick Strikes: Lightning hockey is back!

    The Bolts HOCKEY IS BACK TODAY! The Tampa Bay Lightning face the Carolina Hurricanes at 7:30 PM in our very own Amalie Arena. This is a great opportunity to get to see some of the most promising prospects (hello first round draft pick Cal Foote!), mixed in with a healthy dose of veteran players we all know and love. Gourde ready to make jump to NHL regular. "It's nice to have the deal, but I don't want to sit on it," Gourde said. "I've still got to show what I'm capable of doing on the ice, and I really focus on working hard every night and trying to make the team. That's what I'm focused on right now. I don't really see long term. I want to see tomorrow what's going to be." [Tampa Bay Lightning]