The Phoenix Coyotes announced today that captain Shane Doan signed a four-year deal with the team.Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney says in a statement that the priority was to keep Doan -- the last original Coyote on the team -- in Phoenix until his retirement.
www.hockeyworldblog.comWojtek Wolski The Phoenix Coyotes continued their strong offseason Monday afternoon by re-signing Wojtek Wolski to a two-year deal. As always with the Yotes, terms of the deal were not available. Last season was a breakout year for Wolski as he registered new career-highs ... More >>
http://coyotes.nhl.com/index.htmlFor the first half of last season, the best offensive player on the Phoenix Coyotes was undoubtedly left winger Scottie Upshall. A knee injury in late January ended Upshall's season prematurely, however, and others stepped up as the Yotes made surprising ru ... More >>
www.zimbio.com The good news keeps rolling in for Coyotes fans. A day after GM Don Maloney was named GM of the Year, the Howlers unveiled their season ticket prices for the 2010-11 campaign, which begins in October. Fans will be happy to hear that the majority of the ticket prices will stay t ... More >>
Despite the Phoenix Coyotes' storybook season not having the fairy-tale ending many had hoped for, the man who helped turn the franchise from Canadian-bound disgrace to a playoff contender has been rewarded. Don Maloney, the Howlers' general manager, was named the NHL General Manager of the ... More >>
The Phoenix Coyotes ice hockey team started training camp on Saturday without coach Wayne Gretzky. While awaiting the decision of a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in the sale of the team and team ownership, "The Great One" Gretzky thought it better to "sit back for a few days and evaluate," accordin ... More >>