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Coyotes Arena History: Home Is Where the Howls Are

The Arizona Coyotes celebrated a momentous occasion on Wednesday afternoon, as their home arena officially changed its name to Gila River Arena. The building in Glendale, which was originally known […]

by · September 13, 2014 · 0 comments · Arizona Coyotes
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Coyotes Announce Arena Name Change

Coyotes fans, say goodbye to Jobing.com Arena and say hello to Gila River Arena. The team announced the name change during a press conference Wednesday. The name change was voted […]

by · September 10, 2014 · 1 comment · Arizona Coyotes
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A Season Wrap-Up: Phoenix Coyotes

The 2013 season for the Phoenix Coyotes was full of highs, and definitely some lows as well. With new ownership in the mix for at least the next five seasons, […]

by · April 24, 2014 · 0 comments · Arizona Coyotes
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“Growing The Game” in the Desert

A New Beginning During the past four seasons of NHL hockey, the Phoenix Coyotes, and their fans have been through some highs, and lows. On July 2, 2013 hockey, as […]

by · April 10, 2014 · 1 comment · Arizona Coyotes
Putting Phoenix Coyotes Attendance Figures in Context

Putting Phoenix Coyotes Attendance Figures in Context

The Phoenix Coyotes attendance figures have been a constant point of contention between supporters and critics of Gary Bettman’s Southern strategy. It is undeniable that they are among the worst […]

by · October 28, 2013 · 10 comments · Arizona Coyotes, The Business of Hockey
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Phoenix Coyotes: How They Can Stay in Glendale

Much is being made of the Phoenix Coyotes running out of options to remain in Glendale. Sure, it’s not a slam dunk, but they have plenty of options left.

by · April 10, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Arizona Coyotes
Gary Bettman runs the show. (Brad Penner-US PRESSWIRE)

Phoenix Coyotes Making Playoff and Sale Progress

The Phoenix Coyotes continue to battle to make the playoffs despite puke buckets behind the bench, with a win over the listless Avalanche last night lending a hand. More importantly they continue to work to resolve what’s become known as “The Coyotes Saga” over four years of bankruptcy and failure.

by · April 7, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Arizona Coyotes
Coyotes Attendance Is Up Despite Ownership Woes

Coyotes Attendance Is Up Despite Ownership Woes

Jobing.com arena was built with the plan of having an NHL hockey team as the anchor tenant. The arena capacity for hockey is 17,125. Coyotes Attendance There’s plenty of room […]

by · March 26, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Arizona Coyotes
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Phoenix Coyotes: The Clock Is Ticking In Glendale

More than two months after my last article on the messy situation in Glendale (The Phoenix Coyotes: Things Get Messier In Glendale), the future of the Phoenix Coyotes remains in limbo in […]

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Top Ten NHL Podiums

At Wednesday night’s CBA negotiation sessions, both sides appeared to be nearing a deal. Discussions were intense, with back-and-forth sessions and lots of break-offs into smaller discussions. It appeared things […]

by · December 6, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, Humor
Barnstorming through the NHL

Barnstorming through the NHL

  Blog: Hockey on the Fly Writer: Andre Delsol   If there is anything you ever thought you wanted to do, no matter how ridiculous anyone has ever told you […]

by · May 16, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Elsewhere on the Web
University of Phoenix Stadium, Site of the Fiesta Bowl (Greatdegree/Flickr)

Could the Fiesta Bowl’s Woes Signal A New Reason for Urgency in Coyotes Sale?

Jim Neveau, NHL Correspondent After a months-long investigation into improprieties on the part of the board of the directors of the Fiesta Bowl, a damning new report has officials scrambling, […]

by · March 29, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Arizona Coyotes, News/Commentary