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  • Deal looks to be on the way for Jamison, Glendale

    Although an impending lockout may leave hockey fans down in the dumps this weekend, the same may not be entirely true here in the Valley. If seeing is believing, Phoenix Coyotes fans might finally have a reason to believe their three-year nightmare is coming to an end. According to Mike Sunnucks of the Phoenix Business […]
  • Bissonnette sounds off on NHL labor problems

    Paul Bissonnette is one of the most well-known members of the Phoenix Coyotes not because of what he does on the ice, but rather because what he says off it. And what he says, specifically, on his @BizNasty2point0 Twitter page. Bissonnette took to Twitter to discuss the NHL’s ongoing labor problems, which could lead to […]
  • Off the Ice: Doan signing makes him biggest Valley sports legend

    Luis Gonzalez. Steve Nash. Larry Fitzgerald. All of them pale compared to Shane Doan. The still owner-less Coyotes and its passionately loyal fan base got their captain back Friday, but the Valley gained something more: the biggest sports legend in Arizona history. Now, I’m sure there are thousands who are ready to disagree with me […]
  • Coyotes 6th, D-backs 10th in ESPN’s Ultimate Team Rankings

    Arizona teams are receiving plenty of respect in ESPN’s tenth annual Ultimate Team Rankings. The ranking system ESPN used is based on a combination of bang for the buck (revenue based), fan relations, ownership, affordability, stadium experience, players, coaching and title track. Despite not having an owner, the Coyotes rank sixth on the list and […]
  • Shane Doan agrees on 4-year deal with Phoenix Coyotes

    He said he wanted to stay in Phoenix, and he will. Arizona Sports 620’s John Gambadoro is reporting, according to a source, that free agent right wing Shane Doan has agreed to a four-year deal with the Phoenix Coyotes worth $21.5 million. The deal is contingent on the finalization of the sale of the franchise […]
  • Source: Phoenix Coyotes get financing for sale

    According to ESPN.com, the sale of the Phoenix Coyotes appears to be one step closer to completion. A source confirmed to ESPN.com Tuesday evening that suitor Greg Jamison, the former president and CEO of the San Jose Sharks, has finally arranged financing that would allow him to purchase the team from the National Hockey League […]
  • Phoenix Coyotes national broadcast schedule released

    With ownership rumors cirtculating and a lockout looming it seems like there’s more than a slight chance that this may change, but the Phoenix Coyotes announced Thursday their national broadcast schedule as it stands for the 2012-13 season. The Coyotes will appear in four nationally televised games on NBC Sports Network during the 2012-13 regular […]
  • Coyotes single game tickets to go on sale Wednesday

    Fans looking to pick up tickets for some individual Coyotes games will be able to do so beginning at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday. It was announced that tickets for the team’s two home preseason games as well as the first 18 games of the regular season could be purchased. Tickets for the rest of the games, […]
  • Report: Jamison has secured partners, funds to purchase Coyotes

    The Phoenix Coyotes, the NHL and Greg Jamison ownership saga could soon be over. According to the Phoenix Business Journal, two sources with knowledge of the situation say that Jamison now has the investors and partners lined up to buy the team, and a deal could close very soon. Our own John Gambadoro agrees that […]
  • Report: Greg Jamison lacking funds to purchase, run Coyotes

    Prospective Phoenix Coyotes owner Greg Jamison does not have enough money to buy the team and then operate the team, a report said.
  • Futures of Doan, Coyotes to become more clear Friday

    Shane Doan wants to remain a Phoenix Coyote, but will explore other opportunities if he’s unconvinced the team will be sticking around in the Valley. According to Arizona Sports’ John Gambadoro, Doan’s camp is tired of waiting for the ownership situation to get resolved, and will start negotiating with other teams if a sale isn’t […]
  • Shane Doan in New York visiting with Rangers

    If the Phoenix Coyotes weren’t worried about losing their captain before, they should be now. After spending two weeks gauging interest and fielding offers, Shane Doan is making his first official visit of free agency Friday, and he is doing it in New York. Doan, the 35-year-old free agent, who has spent his entire career […]
  • List of suitors for Shane Doan continues to grow

    It’s been a full week since free agent Shane Doan and his representatives starting accepting contract offers. With the Coyotes’ future in Glendale still very much in doubt, Doan is considering offers from other teams despite voicing his desire to stay with the franchise that has employed his services since their days in Winnipeg in […]
  • Offers keep rolling in for Shane Doan

    Shane Doan has made no secret of his desire to stay with the Phoenix Coyotes, provided they remain in Arizona. Though the prospective sale of the team to former San Jose Sharks CEO Greg Jamison appears to be moving forward, Doan knows he must at least be prepared in case he has to move on. […]
  • Coyotes, Sean Burke agree to contract extension

    The Coyotes are keeping a key member of their coaching staff around for a few more years. The team announced Tuesday it has agreed to a three-year contract extension with Sean Burke, who last year served as director of player development and goaltending coach. In addition to his role in helping goaltenders, Burke will now […]