Posted November 21, 2011 on AP on Fox
A red balloon has drawn quite a bit of attention at a game between the Phoenix Coyotes and Washington Capitals, floating from the stands out above the ice. The balloon, apparently filled with helium, showed up during the run of play in the second period Monday night. When there was a break in the action, Coyotes goalie Jason LaBarbera tried to swat the orb away with his stick, but that didn't work. Eventually, the balloon got low enough to the ice that an official was able to grab it. He quickly popped it and deposited the remains over the boards - drawing boos from the crowd.

Coyotes re-sign C Turris to multiyear pact

Kyle Turris ended his holdout by agreeing to a multiyear deal with the Phoenix Coyotes on Tuesday. Terms of the deal, which was pending a physical, were not yet known. It was unclear as to when Turris would rejoin the club. The 22-year-old center sat out training camp and missed Phoenix's first 19 games of the season over a contract dispute. Turris, the No. 3 overall pick...

Coyotes Recall Goncharov from AHL

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, November 21, 2011 Maxim Goncharov GLENDALE, ARIZONA – Phoenix Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced today that the ...

Coyotes and Papa John's Announce Pizza & Pucks Family Pack

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011 GLENDALE, ARIZONA --- The Phoenix Coyotes and Papa John’s announced today the introduction of the “Pizza & Pucks Family Pack”. The package includes four (4) upper or lower ...

Report: Kyle Turris to sign in Phoenix, avoid ineligibility

Kyle Turris news was an inevitability this week, what with the Phoenix Coyotes' forward still unsigned only eight days from the December 1st deadline, after which he would have been ineligible to play this season. Thankfully, it reportedly won't come to that, as the former 3rd overall pick is set to agree to a two-year contract, as per Darren Dreger. According to Dreger,...

Chevy's Phoenix Coyotes Goalie Mask

(above) Click on photo to enlargeBoone makes an appearanceUniversity of Denver Alum Marc Cheverie is now in the Phoenix Coyotes minor league system.   His new goalie mask features a snarling ChevDwag style coyote bursting through the mask.Chevy pays homage to to his days at DU with Boone featured on the upper left side on the rear of the mask.

Coyotes ink Turris to multi-year deal

The Phoenix Coyotes signed forward Kyle Turris to a multi-year contract Tuesday.

Phoenix Coyotes, forward Kyle Turris agree to two-year deal

The Coyotes and 22-year-old forward Kyle Turris reportedly agreed to a two-year deal Tuesday.

Turris ends holdout, signs contract with Coyotes

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Kyle Turris has ended his long holdout by signing a multiyear contract with the Phoenix Coyotes.

Coyotes Re-sign Turris to Multi-Year Contract

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, November 22, 2011 GLENDALE, ARIZONA – Phoenix Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced today that the Coyotes have re-signed center Kyle Turris to a multi-year contract. As per club policy, terms of t...

Source: Coyotes, Turris end impasse, OK deal

Kyle Turris has agreed to a two-year deal with the Phoenix Coyotes, a source told Tuesday.

Impasse is over as Turris agrees with Coyotes

Center Kyle Turris has agreed to a deal with the Phoenix Coyotes.

Phoenix Coyotes (10-5-3) at Washington Capitals (10-7-1), 7 p.m. (ET)

Goaltender Mike Smith has been a key catalyst to Phoenix's hot start this season. The Coyotes hope that a trip to Washington won't serve as an inhibitor to his solid play.

Turris ends holdout, signs with Coyotes (AP)

Kyle Turris ended his long holdout by agreeing to a two-year contract Tuesday with the Phoenix Coyotes. The team announced that the deal is contingent on Turris passing a medical examination. Financial terms of the deal weren't disclosed. Turris sat out all of training camp and has missed Phoenix's first 19 games this season.

Phoenix Coyotes vs. Washington Capitals - game chat

Join the discussion and follow along as the Coyotes finish their road trip in Washington.

Caps rally past Coyotes, snap out of losing skid

Facing a two-goal deficit against a streaking opponent Monday night, the Capitals came out ahead, with Nicklas Backstrom scoring early in the third period, then setting up Brooks Laich's insurance goal to help the Capitals edge the Phoenix Coyotes 4-3.
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