GLENDALE AZ - FEBRUARY 02: Michal Rozsival #32 of the Phoenix Coyotes warms up before the NHL game against the Vancouver Canucks at Jobing.com Arena on February 2 2011 in Glendale Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
The Phoenix Coyotes are back in action tonight against the Minnesota Wild at Jobing.com Arena. Game time is at 7 p.m. MST. Tonight's game is a Buck Bash game and the first 10,000 fans will receive a Coyotes wearable blanket. Don't forget the Hockey for Huggies drive is also going on. For those not attending the game in person, the game can be viewed on Fox Sports Arizona Plus. Click here for channel information on your system. Check out our fellow SB Nation blog Hockey Wilderness for news on the Wild.
Links after the jump...
Phoenix Coyotes Look To Recover From Blowout, Host Minnesota Wild On Saturday Night - SB Nation Arizona
Randy Holt previews tonight's contest.
Wild vs. Coyotes - 02/05/2011 - Phoenix Coyotes - Preview
Dave Vest previews tonight's contest.
Fiddler Practices with Teammates on Friday - Phoenix Coyotes - Features
More details on Vern Fiddler practicing on Friday.
Q & A with Twitter king Bissonnette - Ice Chips - JimGintonio
Biz on his goal scoring prowess.
Keeping Coyotes local benefits entire Valley
Opinion piece by the head of the Glendale COC.
The Yotes Diva: Excellent!
More on the opinion piece above and its topic.
News About Tonight's Enemy
Wild at Phoenix: Gameday | StarTribune.com
Brief game preview with injury list.
Nice-guy Richards' 'bag skate' turned year around | StarTribune.com
The most infamous practice of this NHL season turned the Wild's year around.
Proof is in positives for Wild's Clayton Stoner | StarTribune.com
Stoner turned around his season.
Rampage rally to overcome Monsters 4-3: The Official Site of the San Antonio Rampage: News
Late 3rd period rally helps the Rampage win on the road.
Rampage assign Lunden to Las Vegas: The Official Site of the San Antonio Rampage: News
Wranglers Fall to Jackals, 4-3: lasvegaswranglers.com: Headlines
Las Vegas lost at home on Friday night. They face the Jackals twice more during the homestand.
News From Around the Hockey World
How much of an advantage is home-ice advantage in the first round? - Fear The Fin
The article looks at stats for the last 10 years.
NHL's Worst Rule Contest: Intent to Blow vs High Sticking with Injury - Hockey Wilderness
A contest where their truly is no winner.
Recap: Caps 5, Lightning 2 - Japers' Rink
The battle for the South East Division just got more heated.
Blues Beat Oilers 5-3 - Fire Wagon Hockey At It's Finest - The Copper & Blue
The Blue won't go away even with all of their injuries.
Calls crease Hawks chances - Chicago Sun-Times
Wonder if the Canucks thinks the league is still against them today.
Penguins Top Sabres 3-2, Lose Evgeni Malkin to Injury (Again) - PensBurgh
Geno can't seem to stay healthy.
Bourne Blog: Why long-range shots make for unhappy goaltenders - Puck Daddy - NHL - Yahoo! Sports
Omark's goal against the Coyotes last week gets a mention. Oof.
Nashville Predators Trade Deadline preview: Centers - On the Forecheck
Dirk Hoag takes a look at who will possibly be available come the trade deadline.
Leafs' Darryl Boyce has most famous (and disgusting) nose in hockey - Puck Daddy - NHL - Yahoo! Sports
Warning - If you get queasy easy don't click the link.
Facial fractures, knee swelling put Isles' DiPietro out 4-6 weeks - Puck Daddy - NHL - Yahoo! Sports
Next thing you know Foppa won't play in the NHL because his foot hurts.
The ‘miracle' from ‘the middle of nowhere' - The Globe and Mail
Word is the statue building is coming along well In Toronto.
KHL All-Star Alexei Yashin: On Evgeni Nabokov, Islanders and His Future -- NHL FanHouse
Yashin is always a good interview.
The Final Howl
Down Goes Brown: A hockey fan's guide to the Super Bowl - Toronto Maple Leafs Blog - Humor. Commentary. Despair.
DGB compares the Super Bowl to hockey.
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