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The plight of the Phoenix Coyotes has become the league’s biggest, most persistent embarrassment. Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, AZ holds 17,195 people for hockey games. Last night, there were less than ten thousand people in the seats to watch the Coyotes drop the Minnesota Wild, a game that should have been an excellent draw. This is far from limited to one game, however. The Coyotes have unexpectedly turned into a perennial contender in the Western Conference. After a tough stretch earlier this decade, wrapping up with 79 points in 2008-09 (13th in the West), the Coyotes turned things around dramatically. In 2009-10, ...
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Step aside, Barry Melrose. Mike Smith’s new mullet may be the most ridiculous hairstyle to hit the NHL. My first thought when I saw this photo was, “When did Mike Smith have the time to get drunk enough to let someone do this to his head?” However, upon further investigation, it appears that this was a sober decision and that Smith is actually quite fond of his new ‘do. It’s...
is one of the things that I like about the NHL. The players sort things out on
the ice and settle things like men.
season, during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Raffi Torres steam rolled Marian Hossa with
a dirty and dangerous hit. Hossa suffered a concussion and Torres was suspended
for 25 games.
appealed the suspension, and the NHL reduced his...
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Hockey is a funny sport.
10 months ago, Phoenix goalie Mike Smith and his flowing locks were the toast of the game. These days, Smith is a complete sieveâalbeit still possessing his tonsorial splendor.
The Blackhawk Blitzkrieg through the Western Conference continued last night in Glendale, AZ, with a 6-2 beatdown administered to the Coyotes, Phoenixâ...
GLENDALE, Ariz. The Sharks will have had four days to stew on back-to-back losses by the time the Coyotes take the ice Saturday for a matinee meeting at HP Pavilion. San Jose wasnt beaten in regulation in its first eight games before the Ducks and Blackhawks stalled what had been a torrid start with 2-1 and 5-3 wins in Anaheim and San Jose, respectively.
Will that mean a more...
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Prior to this week, Phoenix Coyotes goalie Mike Smith had been growing out his hair for a very long time. As you can see from the photo above on the left, he had one of the raddest hairstyles in the NHL for all of last season and into this year. Many fans will be disappointed to hear that Smith recently cut his hair — until they see his new haircut. The photo above on the right...
The Chicago Blackhawks Marian Hossa took a nasty illegal hit from the Phoenix Coyotes‘ Raffi Torres in last year’s NHL playoffs. The brutal that left him motionless on the ice. As you can see after the jump, Torres left his feet for the hit so he’s likely going to face a suspension. He’s a repeat offender, so he could face 10 games.
Brendan Shanahan suspended Torres before...
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Chicago Blackhawks @ Phoenix Coyotes
9PM Eastern/8 Central/7 Mountain
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The key for the Hawks here is to guard against a letdown, after Tuesday nightâs big win in San Jose. The Coyotes, unlike the Sharks, will be well-rested tonight, and are coming off two straight victories.
For some reason, well theyâre a pretty...
Everyone wanted to see how the Blackhawks would perform in their first game against the Seattle Phoenix Coyotes with Raffi Torres in the lineup. Chicago answered the bell with their most dominant performance of the season. Where do we begin … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Get Revenge, Blow Out Coyotes appeared first on Committed Indians.
Jamal Mayers greets him...