Coyotes hire NHL's first full-time female coach - AZCentral
The Arizona Coyotes have hired Dawn Braid as skating coach and say she is believed to be the first full-time female coach in NHL history.
Coyotes add Van Ryn, Potvin, Braid to coaching staff | FOX Sports
Mike Van Ryn will serve as development coach, Steve Potvin as skills coach and Dawn Braid as skating coach.
ASU hockey's application creates fuss - Arizona Sports
Arizona State AD Ray Anderson started the rumor mill churning when his letter applying the Sun Devils hockey team for membership in the NCHC went public.
Strome, Domi ready to push young Coyotes core towards bright future - Five For Howling
At BioSteel's CAMP in Toronto, Dylan Strome and Max Domi are preparing for what they're confident will be a big year in the desert.
Arizona Coyotes 21 Under 21 - # 13 - Kyle Wood - Five For Howling
Today's prospect is the first on our list to have not been drafted by the Coyotes.
Rush's Young signs two-way deal with Tucson | Sports | rapidcityjournal.com
The Tucson Roadrunners announced Tuesday that Rapid City Rush defenseman Michael Young has earned a two-way AHL contract with the Roadrunners for the upcoming season.
Down Goes Brown: Five teams that have had a quiet offseason, and what it means for 2016-17 | The Hockey News
Not all teams have been active this offseason.
Nick Schmaltz, Tyler Motte to represent Blackhawks at 2016 NHLPA Rookie Showcase - Second City Hockey
A pair of Hawks will be at the special event in Toronto.
Will the next Avalanche coach be Dineen or Boughner? - Mile High Hockey
The Denver Post reports Joe Sakic has narrowed the head coaching search down to two.
Bruce Boudreau: The Value of a New Head Coach - Hockey Wilderness
New head coaches are a fact of life in the NHL, but how much change do they really bring?
Dallas Stars Add Jiri Hudler To Forward Corps - Defending Big D
Reports late last night of the Dallas Stars signing UFA Jiri Hudler were confirmed this morning, as the Stars agreed to terms with the forward.
Tomas Jurco doubtful to start regular season with back injury - Winging It In Motown
DETROIT, MICH — As if things couldn’t get much worse, Red Wings general manager Ken Holland told beat writers that forward Tomas Jurco is doubtful to start the regular season.
Jay Bouwmeester Over T.J. Brodie and Mark Giordano is a Joke - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Seriously, Team Canada?
Some fans aren’t so ‘crazy’ over "Let’s Go Crazy" as the new Wild goal song - Hockey Wilderness
"Our in-arena experience is designed for the fans..." said John Maher, vice president of brand, content and communications for the Minnesota Wild. And those fans have spoken.
Gone Fishing: How Doug Harvey got back at the NHL - Eyes On The Prize
43 years ago, one of the greatest defensemen to ever play the game chose to go fishing instead of being inducted into the hall of fame.