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  • Coyotes re-sign Andy Miele

    The Phoenix Coyotes announced Friday that they’ve re-signed center Andy Miele to a one-year, two-way contract. Miele scored 16 goals and had 38 assists in 69 games for the Portland Pirates of the American Hockey League last season. Miele played in seven games with the Coyotes in 2011-12, registering 6 penalty minutes. The 5-foot-9, 180-pound […]
  • Coyotes’ Tippett: Zbynek Michalek ‘huge addition’ to team

    The Phoenix Coyotes couldn’t be happier to have a former fan favorite and game-changing defenseman back in the fold. On the Friday, the Coyotes announced they had re-acquired Zbynek Michalek from the Pittsburgh Penguins for defenseman Harrison Ruopp, goaltender Marc Cheverie and a 2012 third-round pick. Coyotes head coach Dave Tippett said the team had […]
  • Shane Doan frustrated with Coyotes situation

    Of all the professional athletes that play in Phoenix, Coyotes’ captain Shane Doan has been here the longest. Doan moved with the Winnipeg Jets as a 19-year-old in 1996. Sixteen years later, Doan is still in the Valley. But as a free agent, his address could change very soon, depending on the franchise’s tenuous ownership […]
  • Coyotes’ 2012-13 regular season schedule revealed

    Believe it or not, we’re only 114 days away from the return of regular season hockey. The NHL released their schedule for the 2012-13 season, and the Phoenix Coyotes will open their 16th season in the Valley when they host the Dallas Stars Saturday, October 13 at Arena in Glendale. Then, the ‘Yotes head […]
  • Shane Doan wins Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award

    It appears nice guys can finish first. Or, at least, get awarded for being nice. The NHL announced Wednesday that Doan is the recipient of the 2011-12 Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award, which is presented by Bridgestone. The award was handed out during the 2012 NHL Awards ceremony in Las Vegas, and is meant to […]
  • Coyotes announce 2012 preseason schedule

    The Phoenix Coyotes have announced their 2012 preseason schedule, and it’s worth noting none of the seven games will be played in Quebec, Seattle, or anywhere else the team has been rumored to be moving to. In fact, in what may be a touch of irony (or humor by the schedule-makers), the Coyotes will open […]
  • The top 20 highest-paid Arizona athletes

    Earlier this week, Forbes Magazine published their list of the world’s one hundred highest-paid athletes. Their formula took into account base salary/winnings and endorsements. And using that formula, there was a couple of Phoenix athletes who figured into the list: pro golfer and former ASU Sun Devil Phil Mickelson (who ranked 7th on the list) […]
  • Off the Ice: Clearly we need some transparency

    I like when things are transparent. Aside from the obvious reason (zombies can’t hide behind things that are transparent), I find that when nothing can contain a secret it tends to be simpler, smoother and, overall, much more popular. That doesn’t sound anything like the Goldwater Institute (and I’m pretty sure they’re hiding zombies, too). […]
  • Coyotes agreement can move forward

    PHOENIX (AP) _ Voters in Glendale can go ahead with a referendum on a lease agreement between the city and the prospective owner of the Phoenix Coyotes after a judge invalidated one section of the ordinance. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Dean Fink on Tuesday asked attorneys for the city and conservative watchdog group Goldwater […]
  • Coyotes forcing Glendale to choose from two bad options

    Would you rather be shot or stabbed? Run over by a truck or choke on a breadstick? Drown or be eaten by a Tyrannasaurus Rex? OK, maybe the last one is pretty obvious (T-Rex, duh), but the gist is this: Bad options are bad options, and what the city of Glendale is facing right now, […]
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