Dave and Wendy Tippett had coffee on their porch on a perfect Monday morning in the Valley. It wasnt the calm before Tippetts typically busy day.
My wife looked at me and said, 'So what are we doing? Tippett said.
For once, the Coyotes coach had no answer.
Back from a stint as an assistant coach for Canada at the IIHF World Championships, Tippett is experiencing some rare down time while he, like an entire city, waits to see what happens in the Coyotes ownership saga.
Normally, wed go back to Minnesota and get the dogs up there where its a little cooler, Tippett said, but weve got this house thats supposed to be finished in the early part of July here, and all the uncertainty about the team, so I think well just stay in a holding pattern until the end of June and see how things work out.
Tippett flew home over the weekend after Canada was eliminated in the quarterfinals in a shootout loss to eventual champ Sweden. The plan is to meet with general manager Don Maloney on Wednesday to ...