The Coyotes will celebrate the remarkable record set by Boucher,
who recorded five consecutive shutouts from December 31 to
January 11 and went 332 minutes without allowing a goal, setting
two modern-era NHL goaltending records.
Fans at the game will receive a poster of Boucher, who has lost
only once in his last 10 starts (7-1-2). He is 8-3-6 with a
1.72 goals against average this season.
Phoenix followed Boucher's shutout streak with a five-game
winless skid (0-3-2), but has bounced back with consecutive
wins, including a 5-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings in the
opener a four-game homestand Saturday.
Boucher made a career-high 44 saves and Daniel Cleary and Branko
Radivojevic scored shorthanded goals for the Coyotes, who
despite managing only 14 shots, including a season-low two in
the third period.