Coyotes Tracks - April 20, 2011 - Do or Die

GLENDALE, AZ - APRIL 18: General view of action between the Detroit Red Wings and the Phoenix Coyotes in Game Three of the Western Conference Quarterfinals during the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Arena on April 18, 2011 in Glendale, Arizona. The Red Wings defeated the Coyotes 4-2. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

The Phoenix Coyotes fight for their playoff lives tonight at Arena in Glendale this evening. The game starts at 7:30 pm. MST and can be seen on Fox Sports Arizona.

Coyotes vs. Red Wings News

Phoenix Coyotes' on-ice, off-ice future rolled into Game 4
On ice is all that matters tonight.

Coyotes likely to shake up lines for Game 4 - Red Wings v Coyotes - 2011 Stanley Cup Conference Quarterfinals
Trying anything most likely can't hurt right about now.

Phoenix Coyotes' Keith Yandle missing Derek Morris
Yandle is going to have to learn how to play with other d-men. Other bites of info included as well on Jovo, Bryz, and Turris.

The Desert Dog Blog: Coyotes Will Enter Game 4 with Nothing-to-Lose Attitude - The Desert Dog Blog - by Dave Vest
Dave Vest with quotes from players and Coach Tippett.

Phoenix Coyotes Radio Interviews 04/19/2011
Jovo talks about Game 4.

More links after the jump...

Coyotes News

Bryzgalov likely hurting his free agent payday - The Globe and Mail
James Mirtle argues Bryz's play in the current playoff series may hurt his FA value.

Why prospective teams shouldn’t give up on Ilya Bryzgalov | ProHockeyTalk
James O'Brien suggest that Bryz should get the benefit of the doubt this offseason.

Hulsizer Group Still Committed - Five For Howling
In case you missed it yesterday, here is the Fanshot that links to Craig Morgan's ownership article


News About the Enemy

Red Wings eager to wrap up series vs. Coyotes | Detroit Free Press |
The Wings sound confident and look like they could be getting back Zetterberg soon.


News From Around the Hockey World

Sharks Vs. Kings, Game 3: Devin Setoguchi Gets The Overtime Winner In A Playoff Classic -
The Sharks overcome a 4 goal deficit with a 5 goal outburst in the 2nd period.

Preds On The Glass: Complete Transcript NHL- NBC/Versus Conference Call (NHL Release)
In case you missed it.

NBC Sports Chief Says Network Will Make Money on $2 Billion NHL Deal - The Hollywood Reporter
If you don't want to read the whole transcript here is a good overview from a non-hockey source.

Game IV Aftermath: WTF? - Nucks Misconduct
The Hawks keep their series alive.

Jeff Skinner, Logan Couture, and Michael Grabner named Calder Trophy finalists; Who should win? | ProHockeyTalk
This season there were so many quality candidates you could probably make a decent case for 10 -12 guys. None of them being OEL unfortunately.

Franzen, St. Louis continue tradition of playing with pain -
One of the most well known and many would say beloved hockey traditions.


The Final Howl

Twitter / @Paul Bissonnette: Hey @armdog im playing in ...
Looks like Biz broke his own story.


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