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Sports fans live for those special moments that come only a few times per season.
NHL teams are done with their offseason business, adding help in areas of need and trading off excess from areas of depth.
"He's obviously a skilled player. He had a tough year last year - a tough couple of years - and we're hoping the change of scenery is going to do him good."
Apr 13, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; Phoenix Coyotes goalie Thomas Greiss and defenseman Zbynek Michalek celebrate after beating the Dallas Stars 2-1 at Jobing.com Arena.
What would you do with $69 million dollars? Buy Saku Koivu's mansion , a gi ant Dallas Stars boat or a M o ney phone ? None of those things would satisfy as much as running your very own NHL team for a season.
Martin Hanzal has been a Coyote for eight years. Have we seen the peak of his powers or is the best yet to come? It's hard to believe, but this season will mark Martin Hanzal's eighth NHL season as a member of the Arizona Coyotes .
Dec 19, 2013; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Phoenix Coyotes left wing Mikkel Boedker skates with the puck against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre.
Today's countdown focuses on three recent Flames heroes. Right winger Lee Stempniak, left winger Oleg Saprykin, and defenseman Bob Boughner.
Coyotes forward Lauri Korpikoski congratulates teammate Antoine Vermette after scoring a goal against the Canucks in Vancouver on Jan. 26, 2014.
Center ice may be the most important position to build in the NHL and the Coyotes have a long way to go in catching up to the rest of the Pacific division.
Today features questions of accountability. What do the roster changes mean for the Arizona Coyotes? What will an investigation into the vote to keep the team mean? And, why is Alex Ovechkin now single? MMM: An offseason unlike the previous four - Five For Howling A look back at an interesting offseason in Coyotes hockey with thoughts and ... (more)
The Nashville Predators spent the summer setting themselves up as the halfway house of the NHL, attempting to reintegrate flawed and declining players into the league.
You don't have to be a Coyotes fan to appreciate the team's somewhat questionable former left wing.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 07:33 am
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