On Saturday, Oct. 19, Phoenix Coyotes goaltender Mike Smith became only the 11th goaltender in NHL history to score a goal courtesy of notching an empty-netter against the Detroit Red Wings.
Egad, usually around here we throw around the term “nightmare fuel” pretty loosely, but in this instance, after gazing upon the hellish imagery featured on Phoenix Coyotes goaltender Thom
During Monday night’s tilt between the Phoenix Coyotes and San Jose Sharks, Adam Burish and Oliver Ekman-Larsson somehow became entangled during a play and the result of said entanglement ended
For reasons I am unable to understand, Justin Bieber is highly regarded in the sports world.
Holy crap, that is…awful, just awful. First we had Tony Romo’s yearbook photo yesterday, now this? Only this isn’t a yearbook photo, although it sure does look like one.
Because they are coyotes, get it? Both the goalie, recently signed Phoenix netminder Mike Smith, and the coyote, hence the name Wile E. Coyote! Synergy!
Created by artist David Darrigo, the Wile E.
Or alternatively, some kind of installment plan? If not, my guess is the city will have to set up an account with one of those fly-by-night payday loan operations.
Fantastic work by Travis Hughes over at SB Nation chronicling the budding unlikely love affair between Phoenix Coyotes winger/epic Twitter oddball Paul Bisonnette and a yet unnamed Ice Girl for the C
Sure, 6,706 people sounds like a pretty big crowd, but when you spread them out in an arena which holds 17,125, that number is not quite as impressive.
I would hate to be accused of going to the crazy well too often with my continued highlighting of Phoenix Coyotes goon Paul Bissonnette’s way-out-there tweets, but if he keeps tweeting about Pa
Alrighty then. Good to know. I guess we should simply be thankful that the goofball didn’t upload a photo of said fecal experience to twitpic, because I wouldn’t put it past him.
Paul Bissonnette is about to enter his 3rd year in the NHL, his second with the Phoenix Coyotes. In the 41 games he appeared in last season, he scored a paltry 3 goals.
The Fans In Phoenix – Or Wherever The Team Ends Up – Won’t Have Wayne Gretzky To Kick Around Anymore
Wayne Gretzky has announced that he will step down as head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, putting to an end of controversy surrounding the clusterfuck of a franchise.
Apparently, Fans Of The Calgary Flames and Phoenix Coyotes Go Together About As Well As Fire and…Prairie Wolfs?
Busted Coverage has unearthed video of a Calgary Flames fan sucker-punching a Phoenix Coyotes fan. Oh, and the Coyotes fan was being restrained in a headlock by a security guard during said punching.