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Fox Sports Arizona:
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The circumstances were far from ideal for the Coyotes on Thursday night. It was the second game of a back-to-back, the first of which was a bad loss in Anaheim the night before. If that wasn't enough, they were greeted at home by a well-rested Detroit Red Wings team.
Oddly enough, the game was more than winnable even after center Daymond Langkow was knocked out of the game in the first period when he was hit in the face by a puck. Ultimately, though, it was a series of mistakes and missed opportunities that cost the Coyotes a crucial home game, as they lost 3-2 in a shootout.
"It's no secret we havent had a lot of success lately," Coyotes center Kyle Chipchura said. "It's games like this we've got to find a way to win."
The most noticeable black eye for the Coyotes came in the form of penalties, of which there were five. That's not a highly unusual number for your typical game, but three came for having too many men on th...
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A score of injuries, an inconsistent spot in the lineup and a lack of confidence have haunted Gilbert Brule.
John Keating makes his home away from home in the Fox Sports Detroit studios. He's often the go-to on FSD giving previews to Tigers games and talking shop during Red Wings intermissions. Usually a deliberate talker with a pretty smooth delivery, Keats doesn't struggle too much because he's preparing for each word individually. Tonight, had a bear of a time with the...
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Friday, January 20, 2012
GLENDALE, ARIZONA --- Phoenix Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced today the Coyotes have recalled defenseman Maxim Goncharov from the Portland Pirates, the Coyotes American Hockey League...
Notes: Hanzal joked before the game that it was a "dream come true" to begin his comeback against the Red Wings, plus more on the team.
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Thursday, January 19, 2012
GLENDALE, ARIZONA --- The Phoenix Coyotes announced today that the team is once again offering its Student/Military Rush Ticket program this season. Any high school or college student with a va...
Tonight the Red Wings take on the Quebec Nordiques Phoenix Coyotes for the third time this season, this time at the ironically named Jobing.com arena. Detroit's last trip out to the desert came in April when they swept cry-baby Doan and the self-proclaimed best Russian player in the NHL out of the first round. Doan is still a cry-baby, but the Bryz is off in the land of delicious...
Boivin: This is a team easy to embrace because of all the adversity tossed its way.
Daymond Langkow tested Jimmy Howard twice on a breakaway and Raffi Torres got through at 2:23 when the Coyotes won the battle for the puck behind Detroit's net, with Torres eventually swiping the puck around from behind the right post and between the post and Howard's leg before Howard could cover up.
The Coyotes begin a six-game homestand, starting with the Red Wings on Thursday night. The Republic's Paola Boivin discuss their upcoming matchups.
The Coyotes couldn't build on their big win over the Avalanche in a disappointing 6-2 loss to the Ducks.
7 p.m.: The Coyotes look to rebound from a disappointing loss to the Ducks with a matchup against the vaunted Red Wings. Follow our updates!
8 p.m.: The Coyotes look to build on their convincing win over the Avalanche with tonight's matchup against the Ducks in Anaheim. Follow our updates!
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