Found November 03, 2011 on
Radim Vrbata scored twice as the Phoenix Coyotes took down the Colorado Avalanche, 4-1, at Pepsi Center.
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Mike Smith stopped 39 shots and Radim Vrbata had two goals, lifting the Phoenix Coyotes to a 4-1 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday night.
Taylor Pyatt and Lauri Korpikoski also scored to help the Coyotes win their third straight game.
Ryan O'Reilly had the lone goal for the Avalanche, who drew a small crowd due in part to a storm that blanketed some areas of the...
The Phoenix Coyotes recalled forward Kyle Chipchura from Portland of the American Hockey League on Thursday.
Chipchura, who signed with the Coyotes as a free agent in July, played in the club's season opener against San Jose before being sent down.
Chipchura, a first-round pick in 2004, had four goals and two assists in eight games with Portland this season.
The Coyotes are...
During an appearance on local radio station CKOI 104.7 Wednesday evening, Senators director of player development Pierre Dorion said any trade negotiations with the Phoenix Coyotes for Kyle Turris are ‘dead in the water’. (Note: If you’re not up-to-date on the latest Turris happenings, I’ve chronicled the saga here.)
In other words, he’s holding Don Maloney...
When teaching young NHL players how to behave themselves on social media, the NHL's message to them is very simple. "What we tell [prospects] is, 'Be yourself and be interesting, but don't be controversial,'" Michael DiLorenzo, the NHL's manager of social media and business communications, told CBC this week. "Think twice before you post anything...
According to Nicolas St. Pierre (via James Gordon), Ottawa serait très intéressé a l'attaquant des Coyotes, Kyle Turris, et Pierre Dorion qui était a Phoenix dernièrement, très intéressant...In other words, "Ottawa would be very interested in the Coyotes, Kyle Turris, and Pierre Dorion was in Phoenix recently, very interesting ..."******* right that's interesting...
The Avalanche are off to a very hot start, one might even say an unprecedented hot start. They are 7-4-0 on the year so far for 5th in the conference with 14 points. It has been a long four day delay since the Coyotes defeated the Kings 3-2 in OT on a goal by Daymond Langkow squeaking out a hard fought goalie duel of a win.
Phoenix is going for their 3rd straight victory against...
The Phoenix Coyotes have recalled forward Kyle Chipchura from the Portland Pirates of the AHL.
Colorado fell to 1-4 at the Pepsi Center with a 4-1 loss to the Phoenix Coyotes. Once again making an opposing goalie look like Patrick Roy in their home rink, the Avs saw journeyman Coyotes netminder Mike Smith beat them this time.
BIckley: The Coyotes have been knocked down, but not out. And they're off to a terrific start in 2010-11.
7 p.m.: Follow our scoring updates and live Twitter feed as the Coyotes take on the Predators tonight in Glendale.
The Post's NHL reporter answers your questions in Adrian Dater's Avs Mailbag. In this installment, Adrian Dater takes seven questions, including one wondering if Matt Duchene's early struggles relate to homesickness.
In a sizable shake-up to his lineup, Avalanche coach Joe Sacco will move center Matt Duchene to left wing for tomorrow's game in Dallas.
6 game win steak done.
Sens are in on Kyle Turris.
Do it Maloney.