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Coyotes Tracks - January 5, 2011 - The Scoring Fest Continues

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The Phoenix Coyotes beat the Columbus Blue Jackets last evening by a score of 4-2.  Shane Doan continued his point scoring streak and Vernon Fiddler scored for the first time in 23 games. The Coyotes have averaged scoring 4.5 goals a game over their last four contests. A number of members of the team and Coach Tippet are scheduled to be on various radio outlets tomorrow.  Check the Media Buzz section the the team's homepage for details.


Blue Jackets vs. Coyotes Post Game News

Blue Jackets vs. Coyotes - 01/04/2011 - Phoenix Coyotes - Recap
The Official Team Site's recap with video, audio, and stats.

Phoenix Coyotes defeat Columbus Blue Jackets
Jim Gintonio's game recap for the Arizona Republic.

Blue Jackets' road woes continue with loss to Coyotes | The Columbus Dispatch
Aaron Portzline's recap for The Columbus Dispatch.

More links after the jump...

Coyotes News

Phoenix Coyotes Week(s) In Review - Back To The Up And Down - Desert Dirt - SB Nation Arizona
Our very own Jordan recaps December 20 to the present.

Doan's suffering makes him proven leader
Craig Morgan on what makes Shane Doan special.

Phoenix Coyotes goalies try to find groove
Bryz's win last night should help.

Phoenix Coyotes' Shane Doan not changing game-day routine
A player who is on a hot streak keeping the same routine.  That has never happened before.


Rampage News

Rampage to host Opera Night this Saturday: The Official Site of the San Antonio Rampage: News
Hmm. Interesting combination.


Wranglers News

Wranglers Head Coach to Lead All-Star Team: Headlines
Wranglers Head Coach Ryan Mougenel gets props from his peers.


Sundogs News

'Dogs Acquire Defenseman Jamie VanderVeeken from Rapid City: Official Site of the Arizona Sundogs: Sundogs News
If you can't beat them, trade with them.


U-20 World Junior Championships

Canada knows a full 60 necessary to capture gold medal - 2011 World Junior Championship
After last year I'm guessing convincing the players to play hard for 60 won't be hard for Cameron.

Goal in bronze-medal game to take a medal home - 2011 World Junior Championship
These games always seem to be about which team rebounds from heartbreak quickly.


News From Around the Hockey World

System Update: How Boudreau's Old System Led to Goals Against and How the "New" System Hopes to Prevent Them - Japers' Rink
An amazing  fanpost from a fellow SBN blog. Related to yesterday's 30 Thoughts link.

Sid tops list, named one of first six All-Stars - 2011 NHL All-Star Game - Presented by Discover
The rest of the all-stars will be named later.

We play captain, pick our All-Star squads - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
Scott Burnside and Pierre LeBrun pick their teams. LeBrun likes Yandle.

Game 40 Recap: Avalanche Edge Sabres in OT, 4-3 - Mile High Hockey
The Coyotes next two opponents took extra time to settle things on Tuesday.

Johan Franzen Defied The Traditional Development Curve - The Copper & Blue
"Patience is a virtue."

The League of Extraordinary Statisticians: The Goon - Behind The Net
The League takes on the issues surrounding Goons in the NHL.

The Persistence of Enforcers | Blog Archive | Houses of the Hockey | Blogs |
As Bettman's Nightmare at BTN noted earlier today this is an excellent companion piece for the League post on The Goon above.

Badly Drawn: The worst NHL players on faceoffs in 2010-11 - Puck Daddy - NHL  - Yahoo! Sports
Another reason the Pens put Geno on the wing.

Bourne Blog: Spread offense, stretch defense and break the cycle - Puck Daddy - NHL  - Yahoo! Sports
Offensive strategy from Phoenix's own.


The Final Howl

Winter Classic in Mexico - Puck Worlds
This looks to be stunning in terms of visuals.


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