Found February 11, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Jeremy Roenick entered the Coyotes' Ring of Honor having his No. 97 jersey retired on Saturday.Roenick was honored in a pregame ceremony before the Coyotes game against the Chicago Blackhawks.Roenick played eight seasons with the Blackhawks before he was acquired by the Coyotes in 1996. He played 454 games in Phoenix, collecting 152 goals, 227 assists and 379 points.The outspoken hockey analyst kept his speech to under four minutes and had nothing but praise for the franchise he played six seasons with."Arizona has plenty of great hockey fans and you going to keep the team here. It shouldn't go anywhere. We'll show them," Roenick said.Roenick is the seventh member of the Ring of Honor.
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