Arizona Coyotes winger David Moss left Thursday night’s game against the Minnesota Wild with an upper body injury. Moss did not return to the game. #456748396 / gettyimages.com UPDATE: #Coyotes forward @djmoss25 has suffered an upper-body injury in tonight's game and will not return— Arizona Coyotes (@ArizonaCoyotes) October 24, 2014Through six games this season, Moss has...
Arizona Coyotes forward David Moss left the penalty box without his glove after it got stuck in the door as he skated back onto the ice during Wednesday night's game against Edmonton.As Moss left the box at the end of his penalty, his glove came right off, and when he turned around to get it, the door to the box was already shut: Moss stayed out on the ice and was eventually able...
David Moss was eager to escape from the penalty box. Perhaps a bit too eager as he somehow managed to get his glove caught in the door as he was leaving. While that moment alone is GIF-worthy, the look on his face as he debates trying to retrieve it is incredible.
(H/T Reddit Hockey)
Phoenix Coyotes forward David Moss was serving a penalty for hooking when one of the funniest gaffes of the year happened. Moss’ glove got caught in the door as he was leaving the box and he realized it too late as he left the box. He panicked when he realized what had happened but then […]
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Coyotes bring back forward David Moss for another year
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Coyotes have signed forward David Moss to a one-year contract.
The 6-foot-4, 210-pound Moss recorded 8-14-22 and 18 penalty minutes in 79 games with the Coyotes last season. The 32-year-old native of Livonia, Mich., registered 74-92-166 and 133 PIM in 441 career NHL games with the Calgary Flames and Coyotes.
As per club policy, terms of the contract were not...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- David Moss scored with 2:31 remaining in regulation to give the Coyotes a 2-1 win over the Stars on Sunday in the season finale at Jobing.com Arena. The victory ended a season-worst seven-game losing streak.
And that's all we'll have to say about that.
Instead of recapping a meaningless game or this disappointing season, we decided to leave you with seven lowlights...
David Moss will be thinking about this one for a very long time. With the Blues and Coyotes seperated by just one goal in the third, Moss fired a puck at what appeared to be an open net. Jaroslav Halak slid over, lifted his right leg and robbed Moss of the tying goal.
Incredible save by Halak. He's the main reason the Blues escaped with two points.