1. Phoenix Coyotes Playoff Preview: Bring On the Whiteout

    With the Boston Bruins 5-0 victory over the Calgary Flames on Saturday afternoon, the Phoenix Coyotes clinched their first playoff spot since the 2001-02 season...

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  2. The Top Underperformers of the Eastern Conference

    It is nearly impossible for a team not to have a player that isn't quite living up to expectations. Some players simply just haven't lived up to their expensive contracts, while other players are just having off years...

    Cameron Paul Written by Cameron Paul about over 4 years ago 370 reads 6 comments

  3. Ilya Bryzgalov Key to Playoff Success for Coyotes

    With 91 points on the season and 12 games left to play, it is safe to say that, barring any major collapse, that the Phoenix Coyotes will make their first playoff appearance since the 2001-02 season...

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  4. Stempniak Already Paying Dividends for Coyotes

    For a team that already lacked offense, it was horrible news when it was announced that the then Coyotes leading goal scorer Scottie Upshall would be out for the remainder of the season with a torn knee ligament...

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  5. The Top 10 Greatest Phoenix Coyotes of All Time

    The Phoenix Coyotes may not have a storied history like a lot of NHL franchises but they have been around for over a decade not, including the Winnipeg Jet days...

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  6. Coyotes' Keith Yandle Is Too Hot to Handle

    With all the injuries the Phoenix Coyotes have on their blue line, somebody had step up. That person was Keith Yandle. The 23-year-old native of Boston, Mass...

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  7. Shane Doan Continues To Lead the Way for the Phoenix Coyotes

    Ever since Keith Tkachuk and Jeremy Roenick left the Phoenix, Shane Doan has been the heart and soul for the Coyotes. He has led or been near the top in every offensive category for Phoenix in the past eight seasons...

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  8. Chris Chelios a Phoenix Coyote?

    With the injuries to defensemen Ed Jovanovski and Zbynek Michalek, the Phoenix Coyotes are desperately in need of a defenseman with NHL experience and you can not find a more experienced defenseman than Chris Chelios...

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  9. Peter Mueller's Game Is Off

    To put my own spin on the classic attendance scene from the 1986 movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off “Mueller? Mueller? Mueller?” Just like Ferris failed to answer the call, Peter Mueller ...

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  10. The Top 10 NHL Waiver Pickups of All-Time

    The picture describes it all, one's man trash is another man's treasure. In this case, it's one team's trash is another team's treasure. There are different reasons why a player might be placed on waivers...

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  11. Outstanding October for Phoenix Coyotes

    The first month of the NHL season is officially over. The Phoenix Coyotes capped off the month of October with a 3-2 shootout victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Halloween night. With the win they improved their overall record to an impressive 9-4...

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  12. Being a Phoenix Coyotes Fan Is Tough

    I know the Phoenix Coyotes are only 12 games into the season, but they are off to their best start since the 2000-01 season...

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  13. Ed Jovanovski Off to Great Start

    When the Phoenix Coyotes signed Ed Jovanovski back in July of 2006, they were getting an injury-plagued player that had not played a full season for three years...

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  14. Coyotes Getting It Done With Defense

    The Phoenix Coyotes struggled mightily last season to put the puck in the net—finishing 26th in the league for goals per game. That hasn't changed so far this season, as they rank near the bottom in goals for...

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  15. Coyotes Try to Stay Unbeaten Against Sabres

    In their second game in as many days the Phoenix Coyotes will take on the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night. The Coyotes are looking to go a perfect 3-0 to start the season for the first time since 2003-04...

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  16. Coyotes Make Champs Look Like Chumps

    The Phoenix Coyotes were able to pull off an impressive 3-0 win over the defending Stanley Cup Champions Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night. The Coyotes got another solid team effort...

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  17. Penguins Stand as Huge Stepping Stone for Coyotes

    If the Coyotes want to come away with a win Wednesday night against the defending Stanley Cup Champions Pittsburgh Penguins, it would prove to be a huge stepping stone for the Coyotes...

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  18. 2009-10 Phoenix Coyotes Fantasy Predictions

    Another NHL season is quickly coming upon us. After the all the off-ice issues the Coyotes have battled in the off-season, no team is more eager to start the season. Here are my player point predictions for the 2009-10 Phoenix Coyotes...

    Cameron Paul Written by Cameron Paul about almost 5 years ago 247 reads 0 comments

  19. Phoenix Coyotes 2009 Trade Deadline Review

    The 2009 NHL Trade Deadline started off slow but really picked up at the end. The Phoenix Coyotes were one of the busiest teams on the day, making a total of four trades. The moves will be significant in both the present and the future of the franchise...

    Cameron Paul Written by Cameron Paul about over 5 years ago 222 reads 4 comments

  20. Phoenix Coyotes Getting a New Owner?

    According to TSN, an offer has been made to the buy the Phoenix Coyotes. Hopefully. this will lead to a new owner for the financially-struggling Coyotes...

    Cameron Paul Written by Cameron Paul about over 5 years ago 296 reads 2 comments

  21. Olli Jokinen Playing More Like Olli “Jokingnen”

    Excuse me for my lame title but I feel that Jokinen’s play this year for the Phoenix Coyotes has been nothing short of a joke. When Phoenix acquired Jokinen at the draft from Florida, I was overjoyed...

    Cameron Paul Written by Cameron Paul about over 5 years ago 286 reads 6 comments

  22. Phoenix Coyotes 2009 Trade Deadline Preview

    The trade deadline of March 4 is fast approaching. The question is, are the Phoenix Coyotes buyers or sellers? If they continue to play as poorly as they have recently, they will definitely be sellers come the deadline...

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  23. Wayne Gretzky: The Man of 1,000 Expressions

    Wayne Gretzky as a player was always in the spotlight and was never afraid to show his emotions on the ice.. Now as the Head Coach of the Phoenix Coyotes he is still in the spotlight and he continues to show his emotions...

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  24. Time for Gretzky to Step Down

    Wayne Gretzky will never be fired as the head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes. That is why the only way to make a change is for him is to step down...

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  25. Phoenix Coyotes Struggling To Put the Puck in the Net

    In the past few seasons the Phoenix Coyotes have always lacked offense. They have recently taken that lack of offense to a whole other level. In the four games since the All-Star break, the Coyotes have scored a combined total of four goals...

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