1. 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 ...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 557 reads 1 comments

  2. 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...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 47 reads 0 comments

  3. 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...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 233 reads 2 comments

  4. 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...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 380 reads 0 comments

  5. 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...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 386 reads 1 comments

  6. 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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  7. Phoenix Coyotes Believe Turris Is the Right Fit at the Right Time

    In the end, the Phoenix Coyotes want to bury the past, and recognize Kyle Turris as a rising star in the NHL . Ending nearly four months of acrimony, the Coyotes and Turris agreed on a two-year deal worth $2...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 372 reads 3 comments

  8. With No Happy Ending in Sight, Fate of Phoenix Coyotes Remains Uncertain

    The future of the Phoenix Coyotes has long been debated. From potential sale to imminent relocation, the fate of the franchise remains in constant flux. What previously were two options quickly evaporated...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 1,546 reads 4 comments

  9. Competing for Full 60 Minutes, Phoenix Coyotes Find Success

    Coaches always ask their players to give “a full 60 minutes.” Easier said than done. On planet NHL , the burst of energy and commitment is not always there every night...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 170 reads 0 comments

  10. Phoenix Coyotes Cannot Rely on Just Mike Smith Between the Pipes

    The issue of durability among NHL goalies remains one criterion for achieving a successful season. The barometer of 50 to 55 games is usually held to determinate worthiness, productivity and value...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 283 reads 0 comments

  11. Phoenix Coyotes Pass First Month with Positives

    With a month into the NHL season, the Phoenix Coyotes are sitting in seventh place among Western Conference teams. Not a bad start at 5-3-2 after 10 games, and coach Dave Tippet told reporters there is much to be encouraged...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 209 reads 2 comments

  12. Phoenix Coyotes Learn To Play with a Lead in Victory over New Jersey Devils

    With a most favorable schedule, the Phoenix Coyotes have not exhibited a sense of urgency. In the middle of a stretch of nine out of 11 games at home, the Coyotes appear to be missing a vital link to success...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 165 reads 1 comments

  13. Kyle Turris' Future with Phoenix Coyotes Remains Uncertain

    Centerman Kyle Turris may have played his last game for the Phoenix Coyotes . Then again, the ball seems to be in his court. After last season, Turris became a free agent...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 677 reads 4 comments

  14. Shane Doan Will Likely Stay with Phoenix Coyotes Despite Trade Value

    As the NHL schedule moves through the coming winter months and toward spring, thoughts tend to revolve around player transactions...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 365 reads 0 comments

  15. NHL: Phoenix Coyotes Must Address Goaltending and Scoring This Season

    The start of the NHL season may foreshadow the Phoenix Coyotes ’ fate. Sure, we’re only two games into 2011-12, but two elements of play may wend their way into coach Dave Tippett’s crystal ball...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about almost 3 years ago 191 reads 0 comments

  16. Phoenix Coyotes: There Is Life After Bryzgalov

    Like most teams during an offseason, the Phoenix Coyotes had their experience with players rushing through the turnstile...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about 3 years ago 387 reads 0 comments

  17. The Two Hockey Personalities of Wayne Gretzky

    There is no question that Wayne Gretzky was the most important and influential player in NHL history. Period...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about 3 years ago 1,210 reads 0 comments

  18. Kansas City May or May Not Be Ready for Coyotes, Relocation

    Kansas City had a brief fling with the NHL nearly 40 years ago, and has been on the expansion/relocation radar screen occasionally since...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about 3 years ago 181 reads 25 comments

  19. Phoenix Coyotes Sign Keith Yandle to Long-Term Deal

    Looks like Phoenix general manager Don Maloney can sleep a little easier these days. Perhaps the most demanding and agonizing negotiation is now behind him because Maloney signed ...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about 3 years ago 159 reads 4 comments

  20. Phoenix Coyotes Quickly Find a Replacement for Ilya Bryzgalov

    The priority was front and center, and the issue promptly addressed It did not take Phoenix general manager Don Maloney very long to find a replacement for the departed goalie Ilya Bryzgalov...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about over 3 years ago 795 reads 1 comments

  21. Phoenix Coyotes: Don't Expect a Busy Trading Summer

    With the 2011 NHL draft in the rear window, attention now turns to the signing of free agents and trades. In the case of the Phoenix Coyotes , the former would appear to be more feasible than player trades or blockbuster deals...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about over 3 years ago 343 reads 2 comments

  22. Ovechkin, Lemieux Highlight All-Draft Selection Teams

    With the annual NHL draft approaching, this may not be a bad time to look back, and select the best of the previous draft selections. Seems that many who were drafted by a team usually spent the majority of their career with that team...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about over 3 years ago 525 reads 2 comments

  23. Phoenix Coyotes Move On, Could Not Sign Ilya Bryzgalov

    In the end, the Phoenix Coyotes had no shot to re-sign goalie Ilya Bryzgalov . So, it was no surprise that the Philadelphia Flyers became the first suitor in the Bryzgalov sweepstakes...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about over 3 years ago 776 reads 4 comments

  24. NHL: With Winnipeg Out, Phoenix Coyotes Options to Move Are Limited

    Now that Winnipeg claimed the Atlanta Thrashers , a possible relocation for the Phoenix Coyotes was eliminated...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about over 3 years ago 3,682 reads 9 comments

  25. Phoenix Coyotes: Glendale City Council Vote Assures at Least One More Year in the Desert

    The Phoenix Coyotes will remain in the desert for at least one more year. Scratch the rumors of moving to Winnipeg or anywhere else at least in the short term. That’s because the Glendale (Ariz...

    Mark Brown Written by Mark Brown about over 3 years ago 426 reads 6 comments