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  • Coyotes draw Red Wings in NHL playoffs

    The Phoenix Coyotes will once again meet the Detroit Red Wings in the first round of the NHL playoffs. The series gets underway on Wednesday in Detroit. The Coyotes received the No. 6 seed in the Western Conference with the Red Wings finishing with the No. 3 seed. Game 1: Wednesday, 4 p.m. PT (Versus) […]
  • Confident Coyotes finally clinch a playoff spot

    Shane Doan just scored, giving the Coyotes a 4-1 lead, leaving just 11 minutes and 38 between the team and its second consecutive playoff berth. Oh, and the San Jose Sharks. The Sharks scored the next two goals, drawing within one with 3:39 left, but the Coyotes were able to hang on and not only […]
  • Desert Dog Blog: Notes & Quotes After Thursday’s Practice

    GLENDALE — With back-to-back games vs. San Jose looming on Friday and Saturday nights, the Coyotes on Thursday assembled for their final practice of the regular season. After a team meeting, about half of the players took the ice at the Ice Den in Scottsdale for drills while the other half worked out in the […]
  • Coyotes persevere, head towards postseason

    The Phoenix Coyotes are gearing up for a second straight playoff appearance, and yet again talk about the team’s potential sale/move is what’s dominating the headlines. Coyotes coach Dave Tippett, on Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf Tuesday, said that, rather than be a distraction, his team has been galvanized by the controversy. “We have […]
  • Jovanovski eager to return this week

    GLENDALE, Ariz. – While most of his teammates are enjoying two days away from hockey this weekend, Coyotes defenseman Ed Jovanovski continues to prepare for a return to the lineup this week. Jovanovski has not played since fracturing multiple orbital bones after a collision with Atlanta’s Patrice Cormier in a game played on Feb. 17. […]
  • A night to regret for Coyotes, but little is lost

    It was April 1st and the playoff-bound Phoenix Coyotes, winners in nine of their last 12 games, were hosting the Colorado Avalanche, losers of four in a row and 23 of 26 since the beginning of February. The joke was on the home team. A slow start ultimately proved to be too much for the […]
  • Matthew Hulsizer wants to change Phoenix Coyotes culture

    What does an investment firm and an NHL hockey team have in common? A lot if potential Phoenix Coyotes owner Matthew Hulsizer has his way. See Hulsizer’s day job for the last 14 years has been as the owner of Peak 6, a Chicago Investment house. According the Phoenix Business Journal, Brad Goldberg, who is […]
  • Goldwater takes another shot at Phoenix Coyotes deal

    Comparing Glendale to New York City and the Phoenix Coyotes to the New York Yankees seems a little absurd. Interestingly enough it seems like the people making the comparison has cornered the market on absurdity lately. On Thursday the watchdog group the Goldwater Institute, who is contesting the constitutionality of the city of Glendale’s deal […]
  • Doan says Coyotes have nothing to fear except for maybe Sharks

    The Phoenix Coyotes have 95 points, good enough for fourth in the Western Conference. Playing well, the team is hoping to reach the second round of the playoffs for the first time since becoming the Coyotes. Forward Shane Doan, on Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash Wednesday, said the team thinks they can compete against […]
  • Desert Dog Blog: Relaxed schedule just what doctor ordered for Coyotes

    GLENDALE — OK, so I’m watching The Office the other night – which is one of my favorite sitcoms by the way – and at one point the character Ryan announces that “blogs are out” these days because everybody is texting instead. Say whaaaaaaaat? Are blogs really “out” already? I certainly hope not because I’m […]