On Sunday, the hockey world lost two recognizable figures with the passing of legendary Soviet coach Viktor Tikhonov and former NHL player and coach Pat Quinn. The 84-year-old Tikhonov passed […]
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Most North American hockey observers remember Viktor Tikhonov as a harsh taskmaster, who ruled over his players like a drill sergeant, barking out orders and letting them know who was […]
In a recent conversation with Coyotes general manager Don Maloney, Sarah McLellan of AZ central sports has uncovered that Viktor Tikhonov is once again on the Coyotes radar. The Coyotes […]
After a season that saw the Blues climb to second place in the Western Conference standings, the players had to pack up and head in different directions across the world. […]
At this time of giving thanks I am grateful that the Phoenix Coyotes are still the Phoenix Coyotes and not the Hamilton Blackberries (referring of course to the defeated Jim […]
With the recent news about former Phoenix Coyotes owner Jerry Moyes declaring bankruptcy, Jim Balsillie putting in a large offer contingent on moving the franchise to Southern Ontario, and the […]
There is no lower feeling for a hockey player than scoring on his own net. Sticks get broken in fits of self-loathing, egos get bruised; It just isn’t pretty, and […]