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  • Off the Ice: Choosing the lesser of two evils

    Sigh… Here we go again for Round 2 between the Goldwater Institute and the city of Glendale. The conservative think tank is again turning to the courts to stifle the deal, this time literally hours before a vote was expected. GWI said, and possibly rightfully so, that the city did not post the deal for […]
  • Study: Glendale better off with Coyotes than without

    A study conducted by a Valley economist said that the city of Glendale will be better off financially by keeping the Phoenix Coyotes rather than losing the team. According to the study, the cost of operating a Coyotes- less Jobing.com Arena would total $315.3 million over 20 years, the length of the proposed team purchase […]
  • Glendale leader says Coyotes deal will break city

    PHOENIX — The Glendale City Council is on the verge of approving a taxpayer-funded plan to keep the NHL Phoenix Coyotes in the Valley. And that is going to spell bad news for the West Valley city, according to Councilman Phillip Lieberman. The council will vote on the plan Friday morning. It calls for the […]
  • Shane Doan has the most delicious hockey stick ever

    Somewhere, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is green with envy. It became known during the 2011 NFL season that since he was a kid, Lynch would get rewarded with a handful of Skittles from his mother any time he scored a touchdown — a tradition that continues during his pro playing days. Nike even […]
  • Coyotes’ Doan a finalist for Mark Messier Leadership Award

    Coyotes captain Shane Doan’s leadership qualities may earn him a reward. It was announced Tuesday that Doan is a finalist for the 2011-12 Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award, which recognizes an individual who is a superior leader in hockey and as a contributing member of society, according to a release. The other two finalists for […]
  • Coyotes avoid punishment for Game 5 conduct

    Needless to say, the Phoenix Coyotes were a frustrated hockey team just over a week ago. They had been outplayed, eliminated from the Western Conference Finals by the Los Angeles Kings in five games. And they felt that they were the victims of some shoddy officiating for much of the Los Angeles series. After several […]
  • Coyotes goalie Smith wants ownership resolution before new contract

    The Phoenix Coyotes would like to sign goalie Mike Smith to a contract extension, and with good reason. Smith, who signed a two-year deal prior to the 2011-12 season, was nothing short of a revelation for a team seeking a replacement for the departed Ilya Bryzgalov. Because Smith was not simply a replacement; he was […]
  • NHL looking into Coyotes’ Game 5 comments

    There’s no denying that the Phoenix Coyotes were beaten soundly in the Western Conference Finals by the Los Angeles Kings. There’s also no denying that following Tuesday night’s Game 5 overtime loss which ended their season, the Coyotes, to a man, were steamed about what they perceived to be horrible officiating. Dustin Brown’s knee-on-knee hit […]
  • Postseason run over; focus turns to ownership

    The excitement that built up in the Valley over the Phoenix Coyotes’ march to the Western Conference Finals has now come to a halt. Of course, the ‘Yotes were eliminated by the Los Angeles Kings in five games, ending the best single season in team history. And now, for the fourth straight offseason, the Coyotes […]
  • Off the Ice: 2011-2012 season the renaissance of Coyotes hockey

    It’s over. The Phoenix Coyotes’ NHL season and incredible playoff run came to a devastating end on Tuesday when the Los Angeles Kings netted an overtime winner to book their first trip to the Stanley Cup Final since 1993. And I couldn’t be more proud of the Coyotes. Here’s a short list of accomplishments from […]
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