Where Are The Coyotes’ Former 1st Round Picks Playing Now?

Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE

With NHL games canceled through the end of November, Phoenix Coyotes fans will have to wait at least another month before seeing some of their top prospects on the ice in person. The Coyotes have made four first-round selections in […]

Portland Pirates Bounce Back And Defeat IceCaps 4-0

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The Portland Pirates bounced back in a big way by winning the 2nd game of a back-to-back against the St. John’s IceCaps, 4-0. The Pirates lost to the IceCaps on Tuesday 8-7 in OT after leading late. Portland goaltender Chad […]

Chad Johnson Struggling In Net For The Portland Pirates

Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE

The Phoenix Coyotes’ AHL affiliate, Portland Pirates, extended its losing streak to two, after last night’s overtime loss to the St. John’s IceCaps (Winnipeg’s AHL Affiliate). The Pirates fell to 1-2-1 on the season with all three loses coming with […]

Support ASU Hockey During The NHL Lockout

Jaime Eisner

The NHL has canceled all games through Nov. 1. That obviously means Phoenix Coyotes fans will not see NHL hockey at all this month. But, hockey fans in the greater Phoenix area can still see quality hockey, often on the […]

Portland Pirates Fall to Manchester Monarchs 6-4

Tim Fuller-US PRESSWIRE

The Portland Pirates were unable to get their 2nd win of the season on Saturday. In a match pitting the AHL affiliates of the Western Conference Finalists against each other, the same result occurred. The Phoenix Coyotes affiliate lost to […]

Portland Pirates Win Home Opener 7-4

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The Androscoggin Bank Colisee played host to the “home” opener for the 2012-2013 Portland Pirates season. The Pirates, the AHL affiliate of the Phoenix Coyotes, opened the season at the Colisee because their normal arena, Cumberland County Civic Center, is […]

Portland Pirates Lose Season Opener 6-3

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE

The Phoenix Coyotes were supposed to unveil their Pacific Division Championship banner at Jobing.com Arena tonight during the season opener against the Dallas Stars. Obviously the NHL is still locked out so no such game occurred. But, it was the […]

Brett MacLean Retires; Happy To Be Alive

Jason O. Watson-US PRESSWIRE

The Brett MacLean story has been followed by Phoenix Coyotes fans and other hockey fans alike. MacLean, 23, suffered a heart attack playing a pick up hockey game with some friends in Canada.  ”I remember going to the arena and […]

Glendale Could Vote On Re-Worked Lease Agreement On October 23

Jamison

Glendale City Councilwoman Joyce Clark said on a Phoenix radio station that she was hoping for an Oct. 23 vote on a re-worked lease agreement with prospective Phoenix Coyotes buyer Greg Jamison. The Glendale City Council met last Tuesday for […]

Rant Sports NHL 30 In 30: Previewing the Phoenix Coyotes

Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE

Today’s installment of Rant Sports 30 in 30 series will feature the Phoenix Coyotes. The Coyotes had the best season in franchise history last season. They won their first ever Pacific Division championship as a franchise, and their first playoff […]

Fantasy Hockey 2012-2013: Phoenix Coyotes Centers

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Coyotes Prospect Kale Kessy Suspended 12 Games

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  Phoenix Coyotes prospect Kale Kessy was issued a 12-game suspension on Wednesday for an illegal check to the head. On Monday, Kessy delivered an elbow to the head to a Lethbridge Hurricanes’ defenseman Rich Pilon. The Western Hockey League […]