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Sebastian Norén

About Sebastian Norén

Sebastian Norén is a 29-year-old sports-fanatic from Gothenburg, Sweden. Seb Emigrated to the United States in 2006 to pursue his dream of becoming a journalist. After a couple of years at Santa Barbara City College, Sebastian moved to Phoenix to attend Arizona State University and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication where he graduated in late 2011. Sebastian has been covering the Phoenix Coyotes for Swedish sports site since 2011 and also hosts the site’s weekly NHL podcast. Besides hockey, Sebastian is a lover of UFC, soccer, football and basketball. Follow Sebastian on Twitter @SebNoren

Is The Season Already Over For The Coyotes?

Inconsistent play, leaky defence and lack of even-strength scoring has been the story so far for the Arizona Coyotes. Is the season already over for the Yotes? It’s been a bumpy ride for the Coyotes to start the 2014/2015 season. … Continue reading

NHL: Price Injury Means ‘Bonne Nuit’ For Canadiens

Carey Price had to leave Game 1 against the New York Rangers with a knee injury. Coach Michel Terrien said Monday that Price will not play any more games in the Eastern Conference Finals. “Really disappointed,” Therrien said. “Obviously, he’s … Continue reading

NHL: Eastern Conference Finals Preview

After two hard-fought second-round series the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens will meet up in the Eastern Conference final. The Rangers went down 3-1 in games against the Pittsburgh Penguins, but managed to turn it around and win 4-3 … Continue reading

NHL Playoffs Update

Here’s an update on the second round of the NHL playoffs. Boston Bruins – Montreal Canadiens (series tied 2-2) This has been by far the most entertaining series in the second round so far. The teams are neck to neck … Continue reading

NHL Playoffs Update

The second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs is under way, and here’s an update on what’s happened so far. Chicago – Minnesota (2-0 CHI in games) The Blackhawks were on fire coming into the series and they show no … Continue reading

Who Cares About The Hockey World Championships?

On May 9 the IIHF World Championships starts in Belarus. But my question is, who cares? This is a tournament that has lost all of its prestige years ago, as they continue to have the event every single year. It … Continue reading

NHL: Smith Injuried In Coyotes OT-loss Against Rangers

The Phoenix Coyotes did like they’ve done many time before this season. Take a 2-0 lead and end up losing. Not only did they lose 3-4 in OT against the New York Rangers, but goalie Mike Smith had to leave … Continue reading

NHL: Coyotes Edge Out Panthers

The Phoenix Coyotes are on a three-game winning-streak after beating the Florida Panthers 2-1 at Arena Thursday. The Coyotes are 7-3-0 in their last 10 games and currently hold the last playoff wildcard in the Western Conference. The game … Continue reading

NHL: Coyotes @ Panthers Preview

The road trip continues for the Phoenix Coyotes. After grabbing a 4-3 shootout win over Tampa Bay Lightning last night, the desert dogs takes on the Florida Panthers tonight. Playing back-to-back games is never an easy thing, but at least … Continue reading

NHL: Coyotes @ Lightning Preview

The Phoenix Coyotes continue the road trip with a meeting with the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday. After a disappointing loss against the Washington Capitals on Saturday, the Coyotes are looking to bounce back tonight with a win in Florida. … Continue reading