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SUNRISE, Fla. — It’s a shame that FLA Live Arena isn’t closer to South Beach. Every time that Jakob Chychrun returns home, the media workroom takes on the feel of a cocktail party, with family, friends and acquaintances gathering in multiple huddles to reminisce, banter and soak in the thrill of watching one of their own competing on the biggest...

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I can’t remember a time when Phoenix’s major professional sports scene was such a study in extremes. On the hot end of the thermometer, the Suns and Mercury made it to the NBA and WNBA finals, respectively, and the Cardinals are the only undefeated team in the NFL; looking very much like Super Bowl contenders. On the frigid end of...

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The home opener was going so well. Clayton Keller was doing his usual thing against his hometown team, the Coyotes weren’t allowing many chances in front of Carter Hutton and the power play was clicking. When Lawson Crouse scored just five seconds after Pavel Buchnevich’s match penalty for headbutting him had expired to give the Coyotes a 2-1 lead early...

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When you talk to people in André Tourigny’s past, the attribute they cite most often is his ability to build relationships. “Sometimes, it’s just about honesty,” said former Coyote Alex Tanguay, who played for the Avalanche while Tourigny was an assistant coach there for two seasons. “You always want an honest answer from your coach. It might not be the...

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The NHL is nearly back to normal. While COVID-19 protocols remain in place for all 32 teams and some border restrictions still remain between Canada and the United States, there are signs of better days ahead. Media will be allowed to interview players in locker rooms instead of via the dreaded and sterile Zoom format. Arenas are returning to full...

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It may seem too soon to throw NHL players into preseason games. The Coyotes have only had four days on the ice at training camp, plus today’s morning skate, but historically, that has been the approach that the league has taken. The Coyotes will open a slate of six preseason games against the Los Angeles Kings at Gila River Arena...

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If you want a perfect tagline for this Coyotes season, Bill Armstrong delivered it when he took the podium at media day at The Renaissance hotel in Glendale on Wednesday. “We built a hungry hockey team,” the Coyotes GM said. “Everybody coming through the door this morning, everybody has an opportunity to make the club and make an impact. “There’s veterans that need contracts, there’s American league players that want to make the jump. Everybody has something that they are looking to get out of this season. They’re extremely hungry along with a hungry coaching staff. That’s probably the message to the team is that you’ve got a mix of different players, but they’re all hungry.” Despite the players’ and…

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