Coyotes Assign Stone, Bolduc and Conner to AHL

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The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Stone appeared in a career-high 40 games with the Coyotes this season recording 5-4-9 and 16 penalty minutes (PIM). The 22-year-old native of Winnipeg, Manitoba also totaled 6-22-28 and 20 PIM in 36 games with the Pirates in 2012-13. Stone was originally drafted by the Coyotes in the third round (69th overall) in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. The 6-foot-2, 208-pound Bolduc has appeared in 14 games with the Coyotes this season. The 27-year-old native of Montreal, Quebec has recorded 24-27-51 and 90 PIM in 56 games with the Pirates in 2012-13 and ranks second on the team in scoring. Bolduc was originally drafted by the St. Louis Blues in the fourth round (127th overall) in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft. The 5-foot-8, 190-pound Conner has appeared in 12 games with the Coyotes this season totaling 1-1-2 and a plus-3 rating. The 29-year-old native of Westland, Mich., has registered 13-27-40 and 28 PIM in 60 games with the Pirates this season. Conner signed with the Coyotes as a free agent on July 2, 2012. source:

Phoenix Coyotes Send Back Chris Conner, 2 Others To Minors

The post Phoenix Coyotes Send Back Chris Conner, 2 Others To Minors appeared first on FFLockerRoom | NFL – MLB News | Fantasy Sports Advice | Sports Talk. By submitting this photo you accept the Photo Terms of Service What do you think? Via FF Locker Room  |  2 days ago Along with winger Chris Conner, the Coyotes also send Michael Stone and Alexandre Bolduc back to the minors. They are getting sent back to the Portland Pirates who happen to be down 2-0 in their playoff series versus Syracuse. These three should be able to give the Pirates a boost when they return home for game three.   The post Phoenix Coyotes Send Three Back to Minors Including… Via HockeyBuzz  |  2 days ago This is my season review for the Phoenix Coyotes. A lot of work and other things kept me from being the most consistent blogger out there and I apologize for this. I’m still going to be plowing on with prospects (thinking top-10 per team) and the draft. This was the first year the Coyotes missed the playoffs in 3 seasons and while many pegged them to finish last in the… Follow us on Twitter source:

Phoenix Coyotes Don’t Finish Last in the NHL in Attendance (but Do Finish Second-to-Last)

29 2013 at 2:51 PM Categories: Coyotes The average attendance at Phoenix Coyotes games was higher this year than it has been since the 2008-2009 season. Unfortunately for the Coyotes, that doesn’t mean much — Long Island is the only place in North America with an NHL team where fans show up in smaller numbers. See also: The average attendance for Coyotes games at arena this year was 13,923, which barely beat the Islanders’ attendance of 13,306. Only one other team, Columbus, averaged fewer than 15,000 fans at home. There were fewer games to attend this year due to the lockout that shortened the season, if that means anything either way. Last year, when the Coyotes won their division, and reached the conference finals in the playoffs, the Coyotes were dead last in attendance. The Coyotes missed the playoffs this year, but they still have something in common with previous seasons — the lack of an owner. Remember some guy named Greg Jamison who swore up and down that he was going to be the new owner of the Coyotes? Yeah, that didn’t happen. So, yet again, some things don’t change — there’s no owner, rumors of the Coyotes relocating, and attendance is poor. source:


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