Ice Edge Holdings Gets Glendale Approval

Tuesday night saw the Glendale City Council unanimously vote to approve a memorandum of understanding from Ice Edge Holdings stating their intention to purchase the Phoenix Coyotes with the intention of keeping the team in the NHL at the Jobing.com Arena. This means that Ice Edge Holdings will have negotiation rights for a brand newContinue reading “Ice Edge Holdings Gets Glendale Approval”

Phoenix’s Maloney Named GM of the Year

The general manager of the Phoenix Coyotes, Don Maloney, has been named the NHL’s GM of the Year. For Maloney, the year was far from easy. Tackling the tricky desert franchise was a death sentence from day one, but he managed to turn things around and even iced a team that made it to theContinue reading “Phoenix’s Maloney Named GM of the Year”

Keith Tkachuk to Retire

Keith Tkachuk is going to call it quits at the end of this NHL season. After 19 seasons in the National Hockey League, Tkachuk is calling the 2009-2010 season his last. “I have been privileged to have a long career in this terrific league and play for first class organizations,” Tkachuk said. “My thanks goContinue reading “Keith Tkachuk to Retire”

NHL Has “No Agreement” to Move Coyotes

The National Hockey League is sticking by its intention to keep the Phoenix Coyotes locked in Arizona for a good long while. Deputy commissioner Bill Daly was responding to a report in the Phoenix Business Journal that suggested that oronto billionaire David Thomson has an agreement in principle with the club with the intention toContinue reading “NHL Has “No Agreement” to Move Coyotes”

Coyotes Howl Despite Lack of Crowds

The Phoenix Coyotes hockey club is enjoying a considerable amount of success this season and they deserve it. Regardless of the off-ice troubles of the franchise and the ignorance of an ego-driven commissioner, the Coyotes have been howling their way through hockey in the desert and have been stacking up wins whether the fans haveContinue reading “Coyotes Howl Despite Lack of Crowds”