Coyotes Tracks - December 1, 2010 - Night in the Sin Bin

The Phoenix Coyotes spent much of Tuesday night in the penalty box and lost 3-0 in Nashville.  Luckily, they can quickly atone for their on-ice sins as they play again this evening against the Minnesota Wild.  The game is at 6 p.m. MST and can be seen on Fox Sports Arizona.  Join us back here for the Game Day Thread.   If you would like more information on the Wild head on over to our fellow SB nation blog, Hockey Wilderness.

Links after the jump...

Coyotes vs. Predators Post Game News

Coyotes vs. Predators - 11/30/2010 - Phoenix Coyotes - Recap
The Official Team Site's recap.

Rinne, power play pace Preds past Coyotes 3-0 - On the Forecheck
Chris Burton's recap for OTF.

Nashville Predators shut out Phoenix Coyotes | tennessean.com | The Tennessean
Bryan Mullen's game recap for Nashville's daily newspaper.

 

Coyotes News

Coyotes Week in Review: Giving Thanks For Coyotes' Recent Play - Desert Dirt - SB Nation Arizona
Jordan's review of the team's performance this past week.

Spread Holiday Cheer With Cards From The Coyotes - Phoenix Coyotes - News
If you are still looking for cards these look to be an excllent choice. Here is a further look at some of the cards that Yotesgurl posted last week.

 

News About Tonight's Enemy

After missing 104 games because of a concussion, Pierre-Marc Bouchard returns to Minnesota Wild lineup - TwinCities.com
Bouchard makes his return tonight. Great to see anyone come back from injury, even if they play for the opposition.

Havlat finds spark, heats up his game | StarTribune.com
Russo on the Wild's offensive weapon.

 

News From Around the Hockey World

Avs excited by Fleischmann's upside - NHL.com - NHL Insider
The first trade of well known players this season occurred yesterday.  Scott Hannan is heading to D.C. for Tomas Fleischmann. For more on the trade head over to Mile High Hockey and Japers' Rink.

What's behind Crosby's scorching pace, plus 30 thoughts - Elliotte Friedman
Elliotte's weekly column. Number 22 can't make people in the ATL too happy.

SPORTSNET.CA's Jim Kelley passes away - sportsnet.ca
HHOF columnist Jim Kelley died on Tuesday. Many people in the States know him from his work for ESPN.com, Fox, and Sports Illustrated.

Explaining the potential Sabres sale: The Hockey News: Ken Campbell's blog
The Sabres may have a new owner. The name will be familiar if you followed the Penn State hockey story recently.

Peddie to retire as president/CEO of MLSE next year
If you heard a strange noise yesterday that was Leafs Nation dancing in the streets.

Chicago Blackhawks: Marian Hossa out 2-3 weeks with lower-body injury - chicagotribune.com
They didn't seem to miss Hossa much last evening in their 7-5 win over the Blues.

Pat Burns’ widow robbed after husband’s funeral | ProHockeyTalk
This story is bound to make you disappointed in the human race.

 

The Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: Homecoming week: Dany Heatley vs. Lebron James - Toronto Maple Leafs Blog - Humor. Commentary. Despair.
At least Melnyck didn't write a crazy letter to the fans when Heatley asked to be dealt.

 

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