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Examining two games out of five early in the season is far from a complete picture, but it's clear that the Coyotes have to raise their level of play to challenge the best teams in the Western Conference.
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Well in tonights game Shane Doan will yet again go for 300 goals, he is off to the best start of his career with 7 points in 5 games and has really meshed with his linemates Daymond Langkow and Ray Whitney. While the majority of fans believed the main problem of the squad would be goaltending the main problem has been the lack of a real defensive defender. As a Canucks fan put it...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- We don't want to jump to hasty conclusions, but in two games against what have to be considered Western Conference elite teams, the Coyotes have been absolutely steamrolled.
Chicago's 5-2 win on Tuesday at Jobing.com Arena was arguably more one-sided than San Jose's 6-2 win in the season-opener because the Blackhawks not only revved up the offense...
Notes: The Coyotes' buzzwords are structure and aggressiveness. Too much of the latter, however, can lead to recklessness at times, plus more.
PORTLAND, ME – Center Andy Miele had a hand in all five of the Portland Pirates goals as they defeated the Manchester Monarchs, 5-3, at the Cumberland County Civic Center on Wednesday night.
Manchester (3-3-0-0) is tied for fi...
After six games, it's safe to say that Coyotes are a work in progress. Team lost to Kings 2-0 Thursday.
There's a lack of execution, a choppy flow to their attack and an inability to galvanize and maintain momentum.
Coyotes notes: Mike Smith and Jason LaBarbera don't anchor themselves in the crease, and coach Dave Tippett sees that as an advantage.
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Thursday, October 20, 2011
GLENDALE, ARIZONA --- The Phoenix Coyotes announced today that the team will celebrate Howl-O-Ween, presented by Fry’s Food Stores, on Saturday, October 29 when the Coyotes host the Los A...
Coyotes coach Dave Tippett wanted a challenge for his squad and, boy, did he get one in the team's 5-2 loss to the Blackhawks.
The Phoenix Coyotes escaped a much-anticipated home opener with a victory. Next they'll shoot for a third straight win in a meeting with a Chicago Blackhawks club that hits the road for just the second time tonight at Jobing.com Arena.
7 p.m.: The Coyotes face another Pacific Division test when they host the Kings tonight at Jobing.com Arena. Follow along.