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Phoenix Coyotes GM Don Maloney Assesses Season Thus Far

  Phoenix Coyotes general manager Don Maloney recently gave two insightful interviews to discuss the state of the team at the NHL season’s halfway point.  First, he sat down with […]

by · January 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Phoenix Coyotes
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Praising Arizona: The Coyotes and Their Local Impact

“My dad is from Detroit and played his entire life.  So right when I could walk he put me in skates.  Ever since then, that is what I have wanted […]

High Hopes for Matthew Lombardi’s Return to Phoenix

High Hopes for Matthew Lombardi’s Return to Phoenix

While the Phoenix Coyotes played a scrimmage game to about 4,000 Phoenix Coyotes fans Wednesday night, Coyotes’ GMs were hard at work placing the final pieces together for their roster. […]

by · January 18, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Phoenix Coyotes
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Short Season Exposes Long-Term Problem for Phoenix Coyotes

Its no secret that the Phoenix Coyotes are lacking serious firing power, so with the lockout officially over and training camp underway, Coyotes GM Don Maloney is hard at work […]

by · January 15, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Phoenix Coyotes
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Optimism Abounds For Phoenix Coyotes and Fans

A tired, beaten and upset Phoenix Coyotes was the last fans saw of the league’s enfant terribles. The deep playoff run of last season could’ve been what catapulted the desert […]

by · January 12, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Phoenix Coyotes
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Phoenix Coyotes Should be Heading Home with Hardware

Who says that you can’t win Coach or GM of the Year multiple times? Since its inception in the 1973-74 season, the Jack Adams Award, given to the best head […]

by · May 26, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Phoenix Coyotes
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Dispatches From Planet Hockey: “Give Me Some Rope, Tie Me To Dream” Edition

commentary by Jas Faulkner, contributing editor Poor Dan Harmon.  Somehow he has stumbled from the land of showrunners where critical success can keep you going for years until you can […]

by · May 24, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Humor, News/Commentary, The Business of Hockey
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Jack Adams Award 2012: Snubs-A-Plenty

Earlier this week, the finalists for the 2012 Jack Adams Award were released. John Tortorella, Ken Hitchcock, and Paul MacLean were all nominated as finalists for the honor, but it […]

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Ray Whitney Joins 1,000-Point Club; Has Big Impact In Phoenix

Ray Whitney found Radim Vrbata at the back door on the power-play with a beautiful cross-ice feed to make it 3-0 as the Phoenix Coyotes secured a valuable 4-0 victory […]

by · April 1, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, News/Commentary, Phoenix Coyotes, Player Profiles
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Five Reasons Why The Phoenix Coyotes Will Make It Into The Playoffs

The Phoenix Coyotes are currently ninth place in the Western conference. They are in a tie with the eighth place Los Angeles Kings on points, but sit behind them by […]

by · March 22, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · News/Commentary, Phoenix Coyotes
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Phoenix Rising: Five Thoughts On the Coyotes’ Road Trip

Jim Neveau, Senior NHL Correspondent After starting this season out with consecutive losses to the San Jose Sharks and Dallas Stars, the Phoenix Coyotes were trending toward becoming what just […]

by · November 22, 2011 · 2 comments · News/Commentary, Phoenix Coyotes
Are the Coyotes Right to Deny Kyle Turris’ Trade Request?

Are the Coyotes Right to Deny Kyle Turris’ Trade Request?

Jim Neveau, Senior NHL Correspondent Throughout the history of professional sports, scores of athletes have demanded trades from their respective teams, and the responses that those clubs have given vary […]