1. NHL Playoffs 2012: Phoenix Coyotes Generate Momentum, Capture Game 1

    In a reversal of fortunes, the Coyotes will attempt to accomplish what no recent Phoenix hockey team could achieve...

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  2. NHL Playoffs 2012: Phoenix Coyotes Enter Post-Season with Confidence

    Within the Phoenix Coyotes organization, there is a huge difference between the past two playoff seasons, and the challenge of this post-season...

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  3. Stanley Cup Playoffs: Coyotes Look to Advance Beyond Opening Round

    Now that the Phoenix Coyotes qualified for the Stanley Cup playoffs for the third consecutive year, can they survive? In losing to Detroit the past two years in the opening round, the Coyotes continued to struggle early in the postseason...

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  4. Phoenix Goalie Mike Smith's Play Could Determine Coyotes' Fate in Playoffs

    It was just one of 44 saves, but when Mike Smith stopped Anaheim's Bobby Ryan with a quick glove from five feet away in Saturday's game, that represented the essence of Smith’s play at the moment, and the season...

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  5. Phoenix Coyotes: Playoff Run May Be Coyotes' Last in the Desert

    This could be the Phoenix Coyotes' last stand in the desert. Not only are the Coyotes on the Western Conference playoff bubble, they remain on the “ownership bubble...

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  6. Phoenix Coyotes Face Critical Stretch Without Shane Doan

    Obtaining five of a possible eight points on a road trip may sound productive. In the case of the Phoenix Coyotes , that kind of result was not quite good enough...

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  7. In Playoff Hunt, Phoenix Coyotes Face Critical Month of March

    One malady was enough, but at this point of the hockey season, back-to-back clunkers does not sit well...

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  8. Hot Phoenix Coyotes Well Positioned for a Playoff Run

    The shot was just one in a cascade of pucks leveled against Phoenix goalie Mike Smith. Yet the save is clearly representative of what the Phoenix Coyotes can do down the stretch and into the postseason...

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  9. Don't Expect Major Deals from the Phoenix Coyotes

    If it’s not broke, don’t fix it. That’s an old axiom, but it's true. The way the Phoenix Coyotes are playing these days, there appears no need to make a major deal, tweak ...

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  10. Coyotes Moving to Seattle? Not so Fast

    The hour is long gone for continued blame on the Phoenix Coyotes ’ dismal financial record. Sure, the Coyotes have improved on the ice over the past three NHL seasons, but have failed dramatically to gain success at the gate...

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  11. Coyotes Have a Sense of Urgency and Post 2 Important Wins

    Two consecutive wins over quality teams does not a season make. Despite victories over San Jose and Detroit in back-to-back games (the Red Wings have the best record in the ...

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  12. Coyotes' Fate Remains Uncertain; Bettman Wants Franchise in Arizona

    The ultimate destination for the Phoenix Coyotes remains as elusive as their current chances of qualifying for the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs...

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  13. Alfredsson Calls Being Named Captain, a Very 'Special Moment'

    GLENDALE, Ariz. - Popularity plus effort equals success. Not a bad formula for the Ottawa Senators especially when team captain Daniel Alfredsson was named captain as one of the two teams for this Sunday’s All-Star Game...

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  14. Why Shane Doan Wants to Finish His Career with the Phoenix Coyotes

    Longevity with one team is as ancient as leisure suits and 8-track tapes. It’s beyond rare that a player remains with the original team with whom he first signed and appeared...

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  15. NHL All-Star Keith Yandle Felt Other Phoenix Coyotes Were Slighted

    Despite steep competition for an up-coming playoff spot, Phoenix defenseman Keith Yandle says he is not the only Coyote player who deserves to skate in the All-Star Game...

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  16. Phoenix Coyotes Are on NHL Playoff Bubble at Season's Halfway Point

    During their first home game of the calendar year 2012, the Phoenix Coyotes did everything right. Most importantly to the players and coaches, they earned a convincing 5-1 victory ...

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  17. Doan Achieves Milestone; Coyotes Pick Up Two Important Points

    It only took 1,161 games, 16 NHL seasons and the luck of the clock for Shane Doan to achieve a personal milestone which eluded the Phoenix Coyotes captain for a decade and a half...

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  18. Phoenix Coyotes Face Roadblocks as NHL Playoff Contenders

    With the NHL nearing its All-Star break, several teams have already reached the halfway point of their schedule. That would mean the second half is about to commence and with that, positioning for postseason playoff spots...

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  19. Phoenix Coyotes in Need of Scorers and Forecheckers

    On Dec. 23, and with the latest addition to its Ring of Honor, the Phoenix Coyotes had the first of two ceremonies for two former players planned for this season. First, Keith Tkachuk’s No...

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  20. Phoenix Coyotes Give Kyle Turris a One-Way Ticket out of the Desert

    The exact scenario was neatly and carefully laid out by the Phoenix Coyotes . From all indications, the Coyotes had no interest in keeping Kyle Turris in the organization, but ...

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  21. Coyotes Bounce Back with Win over Oilers, Need to Be More Consistent

    Despite snapping a three-game losing streak with a 4-2 victory over Edmonton Dec. 15, the Phoenix Coyotes appear as a team in recovery mode...

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  22. Mike Smith Takes Blame for Recent Failures as Phoenix Coyotes End Tough Week

    With nearly one-third of the NHL season in the books, a number of questions have emerged. One centers on two unlikely teams, now at the top of their respective divisions, learning to survive and creating sustaining power...

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  23. Kyle Turris Returns to Phoenix Coyotes Lineup with Positive Reviews

    As the NHL season begins for Phoenix forward Kyle Turris , he may be labeled “an everyday man.” That’s because coach Dave Tippett likes to use players both in a role and a defined capacity...

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  24. Phoenix Coyotes: Play of Mike Smith Is Helping To Carry the Coyotes

    For the first quarter of the season, no one within the Phoenix Coyotes organization seems to miss Ilya Bryzgalov, who departed for the Philadelphia Flyers...

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  25. Canucks vs. Coyotes: Phoenix Can't Solve Vancouver Trap; Turris Back on the Ice

    The Phoenix Coyotes received a taste of what the rest of the NHL has been recently force-fed by the Vancouver Canucks . The ability of the Canucks to control the neutral zone has resulted in frustration and ineptitude for recent opponents...

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