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  • Coyotes netminder Smith wins Team MVP Award

    The Phoenix Coyotes announced their 2011-2012 award recipients prior to the team’s game against Anaheim Saturday at Jobing.com Arena. Netminder Mike Smith, who’s having a spectacular season, won the Fry’s Food Stores Team MVP Award. Smith has posted a 34-18-10 record with a sparkling 2.33 goals against average and a .926 save percentage for the […]
  • Coyotes fighting with others for Western Conference playoff spot

    The Phoenix Coyotes have four games left in the regular season, all which are crucial into securing a spot in the playoffs. Currently, the Coyotes are sitting seventh in the Western Conference, which makes the team viable for postseason play. But a few teams are on Phoenix’s heels to take a spot in the playoffs. […]
  • Coyotes sign forward Chris Brown

    The Phoenix Coyotes have signed forward Chris Brown to an entry-level contract, the team announced Thursday. Brown was the Coyotes’ second round selection (36th overall) in the 2009 Entry Draft. The deal, which is for three years, brings the 21-year-old to Phoenix after playing for Michigan of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. The 6-foot-2, 200 […]
  • Listless Coyotes shutout by Blues

    The Phoenix Coyotes can’t say they didn’t have their chances in a 4-0 shutout loss to the Western Conference powerhouse St. Louis Blues Sunday at Jobing.com Arena. Unfortunately for the Coyotes, their listless play, poor puck handling and inefficiency on the power play cost them two vital points in their quest for a playoff birth […]
  • Off the Ice: Three days to decide Coyotes playoff future

    Three days. That’s all the time the Phoenix Coyotes have to salvage their season. Their loss to St. Louis on Sunday left the team with 87 points and in seventh place in the Western Conference. Generally, that would mean no reason to panic. But that’s not the case. Every team in the Pacific Division plays […]
  • DDB: Arnold to join Coyotes on Monday

    GLENDALE — Forward Scott Arnold will join the Coyotes on Monday as they continue to scratch and claw their way toward a berth in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. He will provide depth at the forward position, if needed, at a crucial time in the regular season. “Playing for an NHL team has always been my […]
  • Shorthanded Coyotes host Avalanche

    Eight games to play. Three points separating six teams battling for the last two NHL Western Conference playoff spots. The Phoenix Coyotes are one of those teams in the mix, but they’ve got a disadvantage that the others don’t. They’ll be without their captain for the next three games. Shane Doan was supspended by the […]
  • Report: NHL could be exploring ‘Plan B’ for Coyotes

    Whether it’s legitimate, or just another report from the Canadian press predicting the impending demise of the Phoenix Coyotes’ future in the desert, another report on the matter has surfaced. Darren Dreger of TSN tweeted the following Wednesday evening: Unless progress is made this week in sale of Coyotes.NHL will begin Plan B investigation next […]
  • Off the Ice: Doan suspension was dumb move

    Mr. Doan, I must say that you have had better timing. In case you haven’t heard the news, Phoenix Coyotes captain Shane Doan was suspended three games Wednesday for elbowing Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn. While at first the hit looked brutal, replays showed that Benn may have changed direction faster than Doan anticipated or […]
  • Coyotes’ Shane Doan gets 3-game suspension

    Phoenix Coyotes captain Shane Doan was slapped with a 3- game suspension Wednesday night following his hit on Dallas’ Jamie Benn in the Stars’ shootout win on Tuesday. Doan was given an elbowing minor for the offense. According to NHL.com, Doan will forfeit over $166,000 dollars in salary. “I think it is a suspendable offense,” […]
  • Off the Ice: No vote needed for hardest-working player

    Are the Phoenix Coyotes really asking for votes when it comes to the hardest working player of the season? OK, it’s a fan thing and they do it every year. It’s a great tool to let the fans be involved and I’m sure the player really appreciates the recognition, as he’s earned it. But this […]
  • Coyotes announce Fan Appreciation Night

    The Phoenix Coyotes announced Tuesday the annual Fan Appreciation Night will be held on Saturday, March 31, against the Anaheim Ducks at 6:00 p.m. at Jobing.com Arena. Fan Appreciation Night is a chance for the Coyotes to give back to their loyal fans and supporters with raffle prizes and giveaways handed out through the night. […]
  • DDB: Showdown for first place

    GLENDALE – The Coyotes and Dallas Stars will battle for first place in the Pacific Division standings on national television on Tuesday. NBC Sports Network, formerly VERSUS, will broadcast the game from the American Airlines Center starting at 5 p.m. (Arizona time). Clearly it’s a huge game for both teams, but I’m not ready to […]
  • DDB: Marching Toward Milestones

    GLENDALE – It’s looking as if March will be a month of milestones for the Coyotes as Head Coach Dave Tippett and two veterans near key benchmarks of their careers. Tippett likely will be first to reach his as he enters Sunday’s game at Edmonton needing just one victory to reach his 400th as an […]
  • DDB: Stone seizing his chance

    GLENDALE – Defenseman Michael Stone is being given an opportunity to show what he can do in the NHL – at a critical time in the season no less – and he is seizing it. With each shift, Stone, whom the Coyotes selected with the 69th overall pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, appears […]