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Daily Cupcakes: March 16th, 2011

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A preview for the action against the Canucks.

Vancouver outscored the Avalanche 13-7 in winning the first four meetings of this season's series before falling 4-3 in overtime in Colorado on Jan. 18.

The Avalanche (26-34-8) have only won twice since then, going 2-18-2.

A Sens blog talks about Andy costing the Sens a possible high draft pick

In light of Craig Anderson channelling his inner Colorado Avalanche yesterday and completely defecating the mattress in his 22 minutes and 10 seconds of play against the Buffalo Sabres, the Senators three game winning streak is over. Mind you, it was only a matter of time before he looked like any other incapable goaltender that we have grown accustomed to seeing man the pipes over the past few seasons.

ISS released an updated version of the scouting report

The International Scouting Services released their updated Top 50 prospects list for the 2011 NHL Draft on Tuesday and there were no changes in the top five from their previous rankings.

And what hockey news would be complete without more Phoenix drama, I'm starting to really feel for their fans.

A Phoenix watchdog group announced Tuesday it will sue the city of Glendale if the proposed deal to sell the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes to Chicago businessman Matthew Hulsizer is completed.