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Topic - Lauri Korpikoski
The Phoenix Coyotes were on their heels after building a two-goal lead, spending most of the second period in their own zone.
Hampus Lindholm scored two goals, and the steamrolling Anaheim Ducks won for the 16th time in 17 games with a 5-3 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes on Saturday 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.
Alex Steen had a goal and an assist, Jaroslav Halak stopped 30 shots and the St. Louis Blues won their fifth straight game, holding off the Phoenix Coyotes 4-3 on Friday night.