It's not legally binding, but this little Coyotes fan warmed our hearts with this proposal to Anthony Duclair. And he said yes!
The Coyotes are only 8 points behind 1st place in the Pacific Division and have played 2 less games than the Division leaders - not all hope is lost!
This week's edition of Women Who Love Hockey is Carolyn Wilke from Today's Slapshot and hockey-graphs.com. We talked about the Stars, The Coyotes, Why Goligoski is a good signing and why OEL is awesome. You can follow Carolyn on twitter at @Classlicity! Stay tuned for the next few episodes, it's going to be awesome.
Welcome to the first posting of sarahhowling and mrssoco's podcast @AZDenTalk!
This week we have an extra long episode because Sarah and special guest Jen Neale forgot to stop talking after we ended the podcast.
Liz's computer was the one being cranky and left out after the OMG of the Sean Leahy eye story (Thank Jeff Marek for that one).
We talked about everything from the NHL to the CWHL to the NWHL to random stories, being a women in sports media and everything in between. A few names may have been dropped along the way as well.
You can follow Jen Neale at @MsJenNeal_PD on twitter or read her amazing writing at Yahoo's Puck Daddy.As Always follow us on twitter @AZDenTalk! Sarah's personal twitter at @sarahhowling and Liz at @cinderbella. See you next week with our next Woman who loves hockey!
Coyotes Co-Owner/Professional Mouthpiece (I mean that in the best of ways), Anthony Leblanc provides an update on the Coyotes arena situation. Some good - mostly privately financed by the Coyotes; Some less good - emphasis on "real estate" development aspects of the deal (flashbacks of Ellman and Westgate) Some just good to know - 3 more years at Gila River Arena likely.
On a slow news day, Shane Doan shows us all how to get people talking. Too bad he's not on Twitter to see it.
But we can't help but point out one other thing you won't have to see in Canada: a gold medal from 1952-2002.
The Arizona Coyotes start this season's marketing off strong with an amazing minute and a half promo.
If the Arizona Coyotes can't work out their situation in Glendale, perhaps Phoenix would become their permanent home. If Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton has his way, it just might happen.
Coyotes fans do not take relocation threats lightly, and this particular fan is no exception. Nicely done!