Found June 05, 2012 on
Overall the Coyotes had a great season; I'm not going to lie and say the ending wasn't disappointing but I'm not going to dwell on it either.Looking back, this is the best season since I moved to Phoenix in 2006 (prior to that I was a Flyers fan, in case you were unaware). My number one best moment is Shane Doan's hat trick. I'm pretty sure when I'm 64 I will still be able to tell you where I was and what my exact reaction was. I think the second best moment was leaving work at lunch and going to the airport to greet the boys after finishing off Chicago. It was a bit warm out but the amount of fans and the reactions of both fans and players will be etched in my mind for quite some time.This was very much the season of firsts for this team and I am glad I was there to witness them. They were the Pacific Division Champs for the first time in franchise history. They made it out of the first round for the first time in Phoenix history. The made it out of round tw...
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Phoenix Coyotes forward Shane Doan may have lost in the playoffs, but he's winning in the equipment department. He has an awesome candy stick.
Coyotes captain Shane Doan has been named one of three finalists for the 2011-12 Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award.
The other two finalists for the award are Dustin Brown of the Los Angeles Kings and Ryan Callahan of the New York Rangers.
The award recognizes an individual who is a superior leader in hockey and as a contributing member of society. It honors an individual who leads...
Phoenix Coyotes captain Shane Doan has a stick made of Skittles. Stay out of Florida Shane. Stay out of Florida.
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from Lisa Halverstadt of the Arizona Republic, Glendale has posted draft agreements with a potential Phoenix Coyotes buyer on the city website….
The agreement would have Glendale pay roughly $300 million in arena management fees to a group led by former San Jose Sharks chief executive Greg Jamison and another $24 million in capital funding over the course of the 20-year deal....