KEITH YANDLE RUMORS & GOSSIP
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Saturday's 3-2, overtime win over the Los Angeles Kings was a perfect illustration of Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle's game.
He was on the ice for the first two L.A. goals as the Kings took a 2-0, first-period lead. The Yandle critics were out in force, although it's debatable whether he deserved blame on either goal.
Then with 39 seconds left in...
Year Team GP G A PTS +/-
2006 PHX 7 0 2 2 0
2007 PHX 43 5 7 12 -12
2008 PHX 69 4 26 30 -4
2009 PHX 82 12 29 41 16
2010 PHX 82 11 48 59 12
2011 PHX 82 11 32 43 5
2012 PHX 48 10 20 30 4
2013 PHX 82 8 45 53 -23
Keith Yandle | Defenseman
A report from The Fourth Period indicates that the Philadelphia Flyers are still interested in defenseman Keith Yandle and that the team will make a push to acquire him from the Phoenix Coyotes this summer. If this topic sounds familiar it's because the Flyers were interested in Yandle prior to the 2013 trade deadline, but the two teams were unable to reach a deal.
Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle, a Boston-area native, made headlines when he took the ice for warmups Saturday in a jersey honoring Martin Richard, the 8-year-old victim of last week's marathon bombings.
The jersey, a standard Coyotes road sweater, featured "Martin Richard" on the nameplate in place of "Yandle" as well as No. 8 instead of Yandle's usual...
Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle has felt the impact of the Boston Marathon bombings a bit more than many players across the NHL. Yandle is a Massachusetts native who grew up near Boston. Last week, he wrote the words “pray for Boston” across his skates to pay tribute to those affected by the tragedy. He put an even more personal touch on it Saturday night. Martin Richard...
Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle has been wearing a tribute on his skates ever since the Boston Marathon bombings, but on Saturday night before their game against the Chicago Blackhawks, he chose to step it up. In honor of Martin Richard, the 8-year-old that passed away from the bombings, Yandle decided to wear a special jersey for warmups in his honor. Yandle is normally...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Keith Yandle was just getting ready to leave a group chat with some friends to take a pregame nap Monday when a series of frantic messages between his buddies alerted him that something wasnt right on Patriots Day in Boston.
He tried calling his brother, Brian, who was at the Boston Marathon with his son, Brian ("Little B"), but he couldnt get through...
In honor of the Boston Marathon bombings, the Boston Bruins will be wearing “Boston Strong” decals on Wednesday night against the Buffalo Sabres. NHL players have been honoring the victims in their own ways too. Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle wrote “Pray for Boston” on his skates and Vancouver Canucks goalie Corey Schneider wrote it on his stick. [@NHLBruins]
ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME SHOT, DOC
I have literally never seen anything like this in all my years of watching hockey. Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle dumped the puck in off the top of the glass and it bounced off the stanchion, skipped on the ice and then beat Minnesota Wild goalie Nick Backstrom shortside beneath his knee. No one will ever be able to duplicate something like this ever again. Minnesota...
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GLENDALE, Ariz. Keith Yandle sounded like Old School character Frank The Tank Ricard when recounting his Wednesday errands.
I went to Best Buy, Home Depot and Frys Grocery Store, Yandle said. I was in each of them for probably a half hour to 45 minutes, and I didnt get recognized once.
Thats two-time NHL All-Star Keith Yandle. You know, the Coyotes assistant captain? The guy whos...