3 Weaknesses Phoenix Coyotes Must Address During 2013 Season

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3 Weaknesses Phoenix Coyotes Must Address During 2013 Season
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The Phoenix Coyotes need stability, a more consistent power play and less turnovers to return to their level of play from last season

The Phoenix Coyotes are beginning to play their style of hockey, and that bodes well for the beleaguered franchise. After a brutal start, they have captured five points in their last four games and moved into 11th coming into the day in the Western Conference. But, if the Coyotes are going to recapture their form from last season, three things need to happen.

A new owner, a more productive power play and limiting the turnovers in their own zone are the three ways in which the Coyotes can get better quicker on and off the ice. If they are able to accomplish these three things, look for a return trip to the playoffs and a team who could make some waves this season.

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