CBSSports.com "Imagine you are an NHL general manager. You've got some money to spend and you need a top-six center. You already missed out on Paul Stastny, Brad Richards and Mikhail Grabovski, but there's still that hole that needs to be filled and it's a rather important one. Now imagine that there is a..." July 08
Arizona Republic "The Coyotes' addition of Darcy RegierThursday as Senior Vice President and Assistant General Manager won't put more pucks in the net next season, currently their most pressing concern of the offseason, but it's a hire that the team hopes will make it better in the long-term. And it was another..." July 04
Arizona Republic "The Coyotes have been successful at plucking goalies out of adversity and serving as the foundation for their resurgence. Ilya Bryzgalov joined the Coyotes as a waiver-wire pickup and eventually led them to a 50-win season and their first playoff berth in eight years. Current No. 1 Mike..." July 03
2 yrs, $5 mil per for Vrbata to Canucks.
Devan Dubnyk has landed with the #coyotes. Still awaiting terms.
Joe Vitale gets a three-year deal from #coyotes.
Journeyman defenceman Dylan Reese signs a two-way deal with #coyotes. Spent last year in the KHL.
Arizona Republic "Change is expected after consecutive non-playoff finishes, and Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney has already been working to ensure the roster the team debuts in the fall is different than the one that finished last season. The Coyotes recently bought out center Mike Ribeiro, found his..." July 01
The Flames were aggressive pre-draft. Offered to take on Mike Ribeiro for 12th pick (Ribeiro wouldn't waive). Ultimately, he was bought out.
Edmonton Journal "He was, until Sunday, the longest serving member on the Edmonton Oilers roster, but after playing 481 games on a team that didn’t make one playoff appearance during his seven-year stay, Sam Gagner will now be plying his trade with the Arizona Coyotes. The Oilers had traded the centre to the..." June 30
Don't count out Radim Vrbata just yet. Remember, public comments from both sides this time of year often contain a good amount of posturing.
An update on Greiss' status: Eight teams have reached out to his agent, Ray Petkau, and they're still in talks with a few.
Arizona Republic "The Coyotes had a trade in place at Friday's NHL draft to move down in case all of the eight prospects they coveted already had been taken. And when it was their turn, all had been selected — except one. So the Coyotes held onto the No.12 pick and used it to take left winger Brendan Perlini,..." June 28
PSD Staff The 2014 NHL Entry Draft goes on Friday and Saturday in Philadelphia. While this year's NHL draft will certainly not be able to match the talent pool of Thursday's NBA Draft, or even most other NHL Drafts for that matter, there are still some extremely talented players available. The best part... June 28
NHL.com "The Phoenix Coyotes are excited to own the 12th overall selection at the 2014 NHL Entry Draft in Philadelphia, PA on Friday, June 27. The Coyotes are also looking forward to this date since the team will officially change their franchise name to the Arizona Coyotes at the NHL Draft. “We are..." June 27
NHL.com "The 2014 NHL Entry Draft is less than a week away and the Coyotes are eager to get started. "It’s the Super Bowl for our scouts," Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney said. "It’s really the foundation of your whole franchise. If you do a good job at the draft table you acquire assets that can be..." June 22
Pro Hockey Talk "With just a couple weeks remaining before the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, the Phoenix Coyotes have announced that Tim Bernhardt will serve as the team’s director of amateur scouting. It’s a role he’s very familiar with as he worked in that capacity for the Dallas Stars from 1998 to 2011. “The..." June 11
Arizona Republic "Up to this point, Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney has only been able to daydream about potential off-season moves that will improve the Coyotes because he hasn't been issued a budget by ownership. But clarity is coming. Maloney and coach Dave Tippett met with IceArizona on Friday to..." June 07
NHL.com "Phoenix Coyotes goaltender Mike Smith said he's completely recovered from a knee injury that cost him the final 10 games of the season and damaged the Coyotes' chances of making the Stanley Cup Playoffs. "Everything is good, everything is healed up 100 percent," Smith told the Coyotes website..." June 06
NHL.com "Phoenix Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced today that the Coyotes have signed defenseman Chris Summers to a two-year contract. As per club policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed. The 6-foot-2, 209-pound Summers totaled 2-1-3 and 15 penalty minutes (PIM) in 18 games with the..." May 12
Arizona Republic "The Coyotes signed goaltending prospect Marek Langhamer to a three-year entry-level contract, the team announced Thursday. Langhamer was drafted in the seventh round, 184th overall, by the Coyotes in 2012. He spent the previous two seasons between the pipes for the Medicine Hat Tigers of the..." May 08
Pro Hockey Talk "On Monday, the Phoenix Coyotes announced that team president and COO Mike Nealy would be leaving the organization to become the executive director of the Fiesta Bowl. “On behalf of the entire Phoenix Coyotes organization, we would like to congratulate Mike Nealy on being named as the new..." May 05
Buffalo News "Darcy Regier has been out of the spotlight since getting fired by the Sabres in November, but his name surfaced in Phoenix over the weekend. The Coyotes have an opening for an assistant general manager, and Fox Sports Arizona has listed Regier as a potential candidate. Regier has ties to..." May 05
Arizona Republic "It almost seems comical that after years of embracing the journeymen, the grinders and the lunch-pail workers, the Coyotes finally roped a prized free agent with an impressive offensive track record ... and he fizzled. Mike Ribeiro's output in Year 1 wasn't only a disappointment in light of his..." May 01
Pro Hockey Talk "The Phoenix Coyotes have an opening for a new assistant general manager, but they’re in no hurry to fill it. With Brad Treliving off to Calgary to be the Flames new general manager there, Coyotes GM Don Maloney said he isn’t eager to hire someone new as Dave Vest at the Coyotes site..." April 30
Arizona Republic "Despite having negotiations drag out almost the entire off-season, the two-year contract Coyotes winger Mikkel Boedker ultimately accepted days before training camp started last fall wasn't his top choice. But before the Coyotes would willingly hand out more long-term security, and consequently..." April 23
CBSSports.com "The Stanley Cup playoffs have only just begun but it's never too early to look forward to next season, particularly for those teams who are already done and can do nothing but figure out how to get better. Essential to the offseason planning is knowing what the salary cap will be next season so..." April 23
This 1st round has the makings to be the best 1st round in the salary cap era, all 16 teams are strong, skilled and determined with no team having a huge edge over the other. If you enjoyed the regular season, let us remind you, you ain't seen nothing yet. April 16
Pro Hockey Talk "A year after losing out on the No. 1 pick, the Florida Panthers flipped the script. Florida won the 2014 NHL Draft Lottery on Tuesday night, edging out Buffalo for top spot despite the Sabres holding superior odds for the first overall pick. Last year, the Panthers were on the other end of this..." April 16
Arizona Republic "While Coyotes players were packing up their equipment Monday inside Jobing.com Arena before scattering to their off-season destinations, goalie Mike Smith was finally ready to unload his. Smith said "about now" was the time he would have been ready to return from what General Manager Don..." April 15
Pro Hockey Talk "With their seasons now complete, non-playoff teams can start looking forward to one of the biggest dates on their offseason calendars — the annual draft lottery. This year’s lottery will take place tomorrow (Tuesday, Apr. 15), determining the order of the first 13 picks of the ’14 Draft, which..." April 15
Arizona Republic "They gathered for one last showing Sunday before convening one more time today when they empty out their locker stalls, and it wouldn't be unrealistic to expect the Coyotes to look different when they reassemble in the fall. Change, it seems, is the current preferred flavor. Sunday's season..." April 14
San Jose Mercury News "Joe Pavelski reached the 40-goal milestone, then added one for good measure. Antti Niemi made 30 saves and gave up fewer goals than he had in four of his past five starts. Oh, and the Sharks beat the Phoenix Coyotes 3-2 on Saturday night to head into the playoffs on a two-game winning..." April 13
Visentin is indeed starting tonight. Doesn't look like Smith will play either game. Hanzal won't go tonight. Maybe tomorrow.
Tennessean "A team that had nothing to play for played surprisingly inspired hockey on Thursday night. Two days after being eliminated from the playoffs, the Predators earned a 2-0 win over Phoenix — a team that had everything to play for — in front of 17,174 fans at Bridgestone Arena. Phoenix..." April 11
Columbus Dispatch "When Blue Jackets defenseman James Wisniewski gathered the puck and looked up the ice, he saw rookie Boone Jenner ahead to his right and, in the corner of his left eye, a blue blur going through the neutral zone. “I let the pass go first, and then I realized it was Joey,” Wisniewski said. “And..." April 09
Arizona Republic "His profession requires him to wear a mask, one he chose to decorate with blood-stained teeth and the bulging eyeballs of a yeti, but even without it on, Coyotes goalie Thomas Greiss still seems to be hidden. The mellow, easy-going facade is genuine but plenty more lurks behind it — like a..." April 06
Pro Hockey Talk "The Phoenix Coyotes lost hulking center Martin Hanzal for the night on Friday, as he suffered a lower-body injury against the Edmonton Oilers. There is no further information regarding how serious that issue might be. The big 27-year-old has dealt with issues on-and-off this season, missing..." April 05
Edmonton Sun "If the Edmonton Oilers were loving the spoiler role before, when they hadn’t even spoiled anything yet, imagine how good it felt to stick some cold steel in the side of the Phoenix Coyotes playoff hopes. After losing a pair of hard-fought one-goal games in San Jose and Anaheim, but loving..." April 05
NHL.com "There was no third-period letdown for the Los Angeles Kings. Instead, they locked down their place in the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a tremendous finish. Jeff Carter and Anze Kopitar scored 40 seconds apart in the third period and the Kings clinched a playoff berth with a 4-0 win against the..." April 03
Winnipeg Free Press "The building was slow to empty and the lower bowl was scattered with folks in Winnipeg Jets jerseys celebrating the most hollow of victories Tuesday night. The Winnipeg Jets defeated the Phoenix Coyotes 2-1 in a shootout to give the legions of their fans that made the trip something to smile..." April 02
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Well, that was stressful. With the season looking dangerously close to being on the precipice of disaster, the Wild, with pressure building, stormed back in the third period on Saturday night to stun the Phoenix Coyotes 3-1. Zach Parise scored twice, including the tying goal, and Jared..." March 30
Head Coach Dave Tippett says Mike Smith will be reevaluated in one week and that his lower-body injury is not as serious as first feared.
Edmonton Journal "Matt Hendricks pointed to the interior of his right foot, where he had once been struck by a puck that left him with a broken bone, and declared: “two screws.” There have been other cracks caused by unyielding pucks, continued the Edmonton Oilers gritty winger during a discussion about exterior..." March 28
Five For Howling "When three defensemen, two forwards and a goalie are on the list of scratches things may not be well. With Paul Bissonnette, Brandon Gormley, Derek Morris, Mike Ribeiro, David Schlemko and Mike Smith not even dressed, things may have looked a little grim; that didn't improve much when David Moss..." March 28
Arizona Republic "Even with a limited body of work for goalie Thomas Greiss this season, the Coyotes had enough confidence in him as a backup by the Olympic break that General Manager Don Maloney approached Greiss' agent during the league hiatus to discuss a contract extension. Obviously, a deal wasn't..." March 27
#Coyotes announce Moss has suffered a lower-body injury and will not return.
Five For Howling "The Phoenix Coyotes needed this game. One night after blowing two leads and falling in overtime to the New York Rangers, the Coyotes held on to their late lead and defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2. Not only did the Coyotes need this game, they needed to win it the way..." March 26
NHL.com "Phoenix Coyotes goaltender Mike Smith was forced to leave the game against the New York Rangers on Monday night with a lower-body injury. With 7:34 remaining in regulation and the Coyotes leading 3-2, Smith favored his right leg and was in obvious discomfort after forward Derick Brassard fell..." March 25