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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

NHL: Coyotes Push For The Playoffs With Win Over Habs

The Phoenix Coyotes are in the thick of the race for that last wildcard spot in the Western Conference. Tonight’s 5-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens was a great way to end the home stand before heading out on an … Continue reading

NHL: Coyotes Grab Crucial Win Over Canucks

After Sunday’s debacle against the Blues, the Coyotes bounced back with a 1-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks Tuesday. Antoine Vermette scored the lone goal and Mike Smith had his 27th career shutout. It was two struggling teams that met … Continue reading

NHL: Coyotes @ Jets Preview

The Phoenix Coyotes return to action after the Olympic break by going on the road for back-to-back games. The desert dogs visit Winnipeg Jets tonight and then head to Colorado for a meeting with the Avalanche tomorrow. Three of the … Continue reading

Swedish Olympic Hockey Screwup

The Olympic games from Sochi ended on a sour note for all Swedish hockey fans. Not only were the Swedes pretty poor in the final against Canada, and if it wasn’t for Henrik Lundqvist it could have been more than … Continue reading

Olympic Hockey Update 2/18

The playoff qualification games were played today and the winners are moving on to the quarterfinals where the top 4 teams from the group stage awaits. SLOVENIA – AUSTRIA 4-0 Comment: Slovenia continues to surprise and reaching the quarterfinals is … Continue reading

Olympic Hockey: Canada Beats Norway 3-1

Team Canada took care of business in its first game of the Sochi Olympics. The Canadians beat Norway 3-1 and looked solid throughout the game. Kudos to Norway and goaltender Lars Haugen, who had 35 saves, for battling hard and … Continue reading

Olympic Hockey Update

The men’s Olympic hockey tournament is finally under way and here are the results from the two first days of games (see seperate stories for Team USA and Team Canada). 2/12 Czech Republic – Sweden 2-4 Comment: The Swedes came … Continue reading

Olympic Hockey Predictions

The men’s Olympic hockey event starts tomorrow, so here’s my prediction of the group stage and a short summary of the teams. GROUP A: RUSSIA USA SLOVAKIA SLOVENIA Comment: Hosts Russia has a wealth of talent among the forwards with … Continue reading

NHL: Sabres @ Coyotes Preview

Coyotes are seeking revenge for the poor showing earlier this season when the teams met in Buffalo. The Sabres were victorious after the infamous “butt-goal” where the puck landed in Mike Smith’s pants and he backed into the net, giving … Continue reading

NHL: Coyotes @ Blues Preview

After last night’s trashing by the Winnipeg Jets, Coyotes fans must be dreading tonight’s opponent the St. Louis Blues. But is it all doom and gloom? The Coyotes lost 5-1 last night against a Jets team that had lost five … Continue reading