Photo Correction: The photo above was erroneously stated to be of Kale Kessy when this post first appeared. The photo caption was corrected on 7/9/11. Apologies to Mr. Kessy and Mr. Ruuttu for the mix up.
Thursday was a busy day for Phoenix Coyotes news. The team opened Development Camp, coaches roles changed, and the Mayor of Glendale made some interesting comments.
Coyotes Development Camp 2011 - Day 1 - Five For Howling
A review of the first day of the Phoenix Coyotes 2011 Development Camp.
Coyotes Drop Puck on Prospect Development Camp - Phoenix Coyotes - Features
Dave Vest recaps Day 1. Includes quotes and links
Coyotes Promote Burke to Director of Player Development/Goaltending Coach - Phoenix Coyotes - News
Burke adds responsibilities while Dave King's responsibilities shift.
07/07/2011 Dave Tippett Press Conference Video - NHL VideoCenter - Phoenix Coyotes
Coyotes Head Coach Dave Tippett spoke with the media after the first day of development camp.
Andy Miele looks to impress Phoenix Coyotes at prospect camp - The Arizona Republic
Diane C. Nearhos on the ESPY award nominee's past and future.
07/07/2011 Andy Miele Interview Video - NHL VideoCenter - Phoenix Coyotes
Sit down interview with Dave Vest prior to camp.
More links after the jump...
Glendale's '12 election to focus on casino, Phoenix Coyotes
Election politics have finally entered in the situation.
News From Around the Hockey World
Wayne Simmonds signs two-year, $3.5 million contract - Broad Street Hockey
The former King is now officially a Flyer.
Nashville Predators sign O'Reilly, Spaling, Halischuk & Mueller - On the Forecheck
The Preds sign four of their RFAs, though their RFA drama isn't quite over yet.
The Final Howl
Twitter 140: Must-Follow Sports Personalities - CBSSports.com
Biz makes #39 and Andy Miele makes honorable mention.
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