Coyotes winger Tobias Rieder's journey at the World Cup of Hockey was extended Sunday after Team Europe advanced to the best-of-three final against Canada, but don't expect Rieder at training camp once the tournament concludes.
While it may be challenging to duplicate that Team North Amer in the NHL - accumulating that much talent on one team in a salary-cap world is unlikely - reproducing its style isn't a stretch, especially when youth and speed are trending in the league
Each day of training camp, azcentral sports will profile a Coyotes player. Today's spotlight is on Brad Richardson. Position: Center. Age: 31. MORE: Last season Coyotes confidential with Alex Goligoski RELATED: 2016-17 outlook Playfair at helm for Coyotes' 1st practice Camp focus In his first season with the Coyotes, Richardson carved out a valuable role on the team's third line.
Each day of training camp, azcentral sports will profile a Coyotes player. Today's spotlight is on Alex Goligoski. Position: Defense. Age: 31. Last season A fixture on the Stars' back end, Goligoski contributed five goals and 37 points in 82 regular-season games while going a plus-21 (which tied for the seventh-best mark among NHL defensemen) and logging an average of 23:50 in ice time.
As head coach Dave Tippett traveled back to the Valley Friday from the World Cup of Hockey in Toronto after Team North America was eliminated a day earlier, associate coach Jim Playfair was at the helm for the first practice of training camp.
Each day of training camp, azcentral sports will profile a Coyotes player. Today's spotlight is on Max Domi. Position: Left wing. Age: 21. RELATED: Coyotes open camp with high expectations Domi made an impressive debut in his rookie season, scoring 18 goals (fourth on the team) and racking up 52 points (second-most).
When the Coyotes take roll call Thursday during the first day of training camp, they'll be missing a vital voice to their operation. But coach Dave Tippett has an air-tight excuse for being absent. He's helping guide arguably the most entertaining team at the World Cup of Hockey in Toronto.
As is usually the case when given five-plus months to brainstorm, change headlined the Coyotes' offseason strategy. But the transformation that unfolded wasn't limited to the lineup. Management underwent a reorganization, the player development staff was beefed up and ownership purchased and moved the team's minor-league affiliate to Tucson to help facilitate better synergy in the organization.
The Coyotes' blue line received the most attention during the offseason with five defensemen re-signing and another four joining the mix via trade or free agency. But a crowded depth chart isn't discouraging Jakob Chychrun. Despite being drafted only a few months ago, the 18-year-old is committed to showing he's ready to debut in the NHL now.
Coyotes prospect Lawson Crouse had never been to Arizona before arriving in the Valley almost two weeks ago, a late-summer destination change after he was acquired in a trade with the Panthers last month, but the transition to his new team - and the
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