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Topic - Dave Tippett
After starting the season in Finland, Halpern has carved out a role for himself as the Phoenix Coyotes' fourth-line center and is eager to return home on Saturday when his team kicks off a four-game road trip against the Capitals.
The Phoenix Coyotes were on their heels after building a two-goal lead, spending most of the second period in their own zone.
Mike Ribeiro readily admits the change of scenery hasn't been easy, and he hopes a brief respite of familiarity can shake him from his funk. The Coyotes will kick off a four-game road trip against the Capitals on Saturday, marking Ribeiro's first game in the city since he left in July.
Phoenix Coyotes goalie Mike Smith had plenty of idle time on his hands, watching his teammates push the Vancouver Canucks to the outside, limiting their chances.
The Dallas Stars' three Olympians sent their team into the Olympic break on a high note Saturday night.
The proud fathers huddled near the Dallas Stars' dressing room, smiling, laughing and telling stories while wearing replica green sweaters of their sons' team.
Two nights after losing to the Eastern Conference's worst team, the Phoenix Coyotes handled the best.
The Phoenix Coyotes zipped around the ice, generating good scoring chances, getting into a scrap after a big hit, pumping in a goal late in the first period.
The Phoenix Coyotes almost gave away a game by believing it was in the bag.
The Phoenix Coyotes gave Dave Tippett his 450th career victory with just the kind of game the coach loves: gritty defensive play, strong goaltending and a bit of resiliency.
St. Louis goalie Jaroslav Halak is healthy once again. The Phoenix Coyotes found that out the hard way Tuesday night.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Sluggish in the first period, Phoenix scored its first two goals on fortunate bounces in the second.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Down two goals in the second period and looking sluggish in the final game of a grueling Western trip, the Philadelphia Flyers got a spark from Jay Rosehill.
The Coyotes gave the NHL's best power play far too many chances, didn't capitalize enough on the numerous chances they got and generally found ways to get in their own way until late in regulation. They still found a way to win it.
The Phoenix Coyotes spent the past four years searching for impact players, but didn't have the money to land many due to the restraints of being run by the NHL.
"He's a working guy," said Coyotes coach Dave Tippett. "He'll give you every drop he's got. A character player like that who's been around? That's good, veteran experience to have. ... I like his mindset on our team. I like his work ethic. There's a lot of positives he's brought to this group."
"These are desperate points for us before we go on the road," Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said. "We needed this one badly."