Category Archives: Arizona Coyotes

Coyotes do not want total overhaul of team

Pierre LeBrun | writes … Coyotes hope for quick turnaround, not total overhaul of team

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Coyotes ready to make moves

Bruce Garrioch, Ottawa Sun writes … Arizona Coyotes ready to deal – now they’re just waiting for the bids to roll in.

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Vermette will be moved

Nick Kypreos says … trade Kessel for Domi

“Could you trade Phil and bring back a Max Domi? That’s the type of thing that I would be looking at.

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Coyotes are tired of hearing Shane Doan trade rumors

Adam Gretz of writes The Arizona Coyotes are tired of hearing Shane Doan trade rumors.

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Could the Coyotes trade Doan at the deadline?

Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal writes … There is much talk in Arizona that Coyotes GM Don Maloney might go to captain Shane Doan at the trade deadline if a Cup contender calls.

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Coyotes looking to make a move

Source: NBCSN/ Transcript: Nichols on Hockey writes … McKenzie: Coyotes’ Maloney “talking to a lot of teams”

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Coyotes may start making moves

Time for Coyotes to blow it up?

Damien Cox of writes … Time for Coyotes to blow it up?

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Coyotes buy out Mike Ribeiro

Coyotes not looking to sell

The NHL roster freeze is in effect until Feb. 23 and the League’s trade deadline is March 5.

There will likely be lots of moves around the League as teams cement rosters for the playoffs.

Coyotes notes: Could The Coyotes bring back Whitney?

So with Whitney in town to face the Coyotes on Tuesday at Arena, and with the Coyotes facing his Stars two times in the next three games, the speculation has begun that Phoenix might consider bringing The Wizard back to add a little scoring punch for a playoff push.

Coyotes offered Yandle to the Flyers for JVR

I keep saying this. The day the Flyers made the trade for Luke Schenn, the Coyotes offered Yandle to them hours before at the draft and GM Paul Holmgren turned them down. Same deal as what Toronto got.