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Topic - Mike Ribeiro
Anticipation and expectations rose from the desert at the start of the 2013-14 NHL season.
The San Jose Sharks had been trying to get Joe Pavelski to 40 goals for three games, looking for him at every chance, sending extra passes his way.
As the Coyotes conclude a three-game Eastern road trip tonight against the New Jersey Devils, Mike Ribeiro will be a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
Radim Vrbata is peaking at the right time.
Former Capitals Marty Erat, Mike Ribeiro and Jeff Halpern will be playing their first game in Verizon Center as members of the Coyotes tonight at 7 p.m. on CSN.
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.
With Mike Green sidelined with another concussion, a fan wonders if the Capitals should consider moving him to right wing.
Two nights after losing to the Eastern Conference's worst team, the Phoenix Coyotes handled the best.
The Phoenix Coyotes almost gave away a game by believing it was in the bag.
Coming off a four-game losing streak, the Toronto Maple Leafs put an emphasis on getting off to better starts.
The Caps need to make a decision on the future of Mikhail Grabovski while also determining the current state of their goaltending.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Sluggish in the first period, Phoenix scored its first two goals on fortunate bounces in the second.
A person familiar with negotiations has confirmed the Phoenix Coyotes have agreed to sign free-agent forward Mike Ribeiro to a four-year, $22 million contract.
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.
"If I had played a little bit better, we'd have made the playoffs," Ribeiro said. "I take zero positives from this season, but I at least know it can't get any worse."
"I thought we had a great weekend. We're really delighted with the way things went," he said. "We got an elite talent [Friday] in Forsberg, and picking up Ribeiro makes us a much better team."