Category Archives: Phoenix Coyotes

A Bottle, Bose, and Playoff Hockey

Here’s a picture from tonight’s Phoenix/Nashville game at Jobing.com Arena. Talk about feeding today’s youth some playoff hockey. How old were you when you attended your first playoff hockey game?  That child most likely has you beat at 3 months … Continue reading

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Caps’ Win is Boudreau’s 200th: Caps 4 / Yotes 3

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Coyotes Avoid Deportation

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A Shoe Is Dropping in Winnipeg, and It’s Being Heard in Washington

Two storylines this offseason loom of greatest interest to me: in what manner will general manager George McPhee reshape his playoff-failing roster, and will there be an initial domino to fall in franchise relocation space. The answers to that first storyline … Continue reading

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Backpacking Through Europe, NHL-Style

Six teams will be starting their seasons with games in Europe for the 2010/11 season. The NHLPA announced today the following games: Continue reading

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Winning is in the Air for Washington Hockey

The Washington Capitals were set up for a letdown last night against the Phoenix Coyotes, but the team was able to hold on to the lead and prevail 4-2. A particular one minute and thirty second span of time in … Continue reading

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Desert Dogs’ Bark Worse Than Bite: Caps 4 / Coyotes 2

That’s not to say it wasn’t a close game.

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Hockey Sweater Obsessives, Your Ship Has Arrived

Paul Lukas of Uni Watch fame has published his NHL preview, chock full of hockey uniform photos from new sweaters, to memorial patches, to the sneaky “C” that Roberto Luongo added to his mask since by NHL rules no goaltender … Continue reading

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No More Black Jerseys (A Plea)

Now I’m not saying the Washington Capitals necessarily should choose our third jersey design ‚Äî granted, I’m partial to it, but I’m clearly biased as the one who Photoshopped it. But as Jibblescribbits (via Puck Daddy) points out, 12 black … Continue reading

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First-Round Flops Over the Years

No team can get it right in round one every year, even drafting very high. And at times all teams get it really wrong then. A survey such as this is a powerful reminder of the crapshoot that is selecting … Continue reading

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