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Old 02-16-2015, 04:24 PM   #61
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Of course I'm on board - great read and good insight. If your throwing in the towel on the season you might consider seeing if there are any last year contract vets you have no interest in bringing back, and just cutting them to give NHL playing time to some of your "kids" down on the farm. That tactic has worked for me before that some players happiness rating went through the roof and others got some nice attribute increases from the playing time.

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never even thought about that. I will have to look, but I love the development that is going on in my farm league right now and I am scared if I bring them up into the NHL environment right now that it will hamper their growth. I think I am going to leave it how it is right now, can't trade since the deadline is over also :P

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Looking over my roster I decided I am going to change one thing. Mike Smith is done for the year and young gun goalie Mark Visentin is coming up from the AHL and I will split his and Thomas Greiss time 11 games each split into two games on two games off till season end.

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March 2, 2014

Tonight the new look Coyotes take on the St. Louis Blues (29-25-5) in Arizona. The Coyotes are looking to see what their young guns are made out of and start rookie goaltender Mark Visentin in net tonight.
The first period sees the Coyotes and Blues play a tight game together as both teams are pretty even in shots (9-11 favouring STL) but its Russian sensation Vladimir Tarasenko who nets one at 10:26 to give the Blues the 1-0 lead heading into the second period.
The second period sees the Blues start to pull away in the shot category as they outshot the Coyotes 13-8 but it is the Coyotes who net a PP goal by Lauri Korpikoski at 4:12 and the go ahead goal by Marin Hanzal at 6:34. Mark Visentin stands tall in net and the Coyotes head to the third period up by 1.
The third period sees Lauri Korpikoski get his second of the night at 13:58 as the get a little better defensively only getting outshot by one. The night belongs to Mike Visentin though who gets his first NHL win in the 3-1 Coyotes victory of the Blues.
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- The Blues played backup goaltender Jaroslav Halak.
- The Coyotes 1/6 on the PP while the Blues go 0/3




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March 4, 2014
The Canucks (26-29-8) are in town tonight to face the Coyotes tonight and both teams look to improve their standings as the Canucks are 2 points ahead of the Coyotes in the West but have 2 games in hand. This could be a big win for the Coyotes who send rookie tender Mark Visentin out again to face Roberto Loungo.
The first period sees Arizona take it to the Canucks and out shoot them 14-8 while staying out of the box! The young gun Martin Hanzal is able to get on the board very early in the game for the Coyotes scoring at 1:58 into the match and young goalie Mark Visentin is standing strong in net stopping all shots he faced. The Coyotes head into the break up 1-0.
The second period sees the Canucks come back out harder then the first getting 13 shots on the net but Visentin stands strong, helping kill off 3 Coyote penalties but letting one go in at 19:38 to Daniel Sedin. The Coyotes and Canucks head into the third tied up at 1, which has been much like the rest of the season series so far.
The third period sees the Coyotes get beaten down by the Canucks defence as they only get off a pitiful 6 shots. The Canucks are able to get one past young net minder Mark Visentin on the PP and Henrik Sedin gets a goal.
The Coyotes drop this hard fought game but their spirits are still in the season!
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- The Coyotes PK unit was able to go 75% in this game and kill off almost 6 straight minutes of penalty time, while the Canucks killed their only penalty of the night.


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March 6, 2014
The Coyotes get some bad news after practice on the 5th as LW Rob Klinkhammer goes out with a mild Shoulder Strain. The Coyotes are out of luck as they have to put Klinkhammer on the IR (losing him for an addition 9 days more then needed) but call up young RW Jordan Szwarz from Portland who is a fast moving puck moving forward.
Tonight the Coyotes face a different challenge as they play the Montreal Canadiens (37-22-5). Thomas Greiss will take the net tonight against star goaltender Carey Price (32-18)!
The first period sees a crazy turn of events as on a singly PP the Coyotes Shane Doan is able to score at 12:08 but only TWO SECONDS LATER Montreal's Brendan Gallagher gets a PP goal to tie it back up at 1-1. The score stays the same as the Coyotes and Canadiens head to the break.
The second period opens with the Canadiens on the PP and sees Gallagher net his second PP goal of the night. This is followed by a Jaromir Jagr goal at 6:38 to give the Canadiens a commanding 3-1 lead. It looks as if this is going to be the way the period ends but at 19:30 young stud Marin Hanzal gets the PP goal to get the Coyotes back into the game with 20 minutes of play left.
The third period sees Price and Greiss play amazing as neither team is able to get one past the opposing net minder and the game ends in a 3-2 victory for the Canadiens.
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- The special teams was the big difference in this game as the Canadiens go 2/3 on their PP while the Coyotes were not able to get better then 1/4 on their chances.




March 8, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes head to Washington to take on the Capitals (25-32-7) who are in the same boat as the Coyotes when it comes to the bottom feeding teams in the league.
The first period sees the Coyotes get off to a quick start as they are able to get a goal by Antoine Vermette less then 4 minutes into the game. Around the 10 minute mark of the first the Coyotes add another one on in the form of a PP goal by defensemen Oliver Ekman Larsson. Just before the end of the first the Capitals are able to get a goal of their own as Troy Brouwer nets one at 18:32. The Coyotes take the lead into the intermission sharing the shot totals with the Capitals at 17 shots a piece!
The second period sees Troy Brouwer get his second of the night around the 15 minutes mark to tie up the game. The Coyotes won't have any of that and get the go ahead goal at the 17 minute mark by a Kyle Chipchura goal.
The third period sees Troy Brouwer complete his hat trick on a PP goal while Paul Bissonnette was in the box. The Coyotes are not able to respond and this game heads to OT.
OT solves nothing and the teams head to the shootout where first shooter for the Coyotes Shane Doan gets it past Holtby to take the 1-0 lead. The Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin is stopped by Thomas Greiss to keep it at 1-0. The Capitals stop the next one by Mike Ribeiro and get one past Greiss with the Jason Chimera shot. Antoine Vermette is not able to get one past the tender but the Capitals Martin Erat is and the Capitals take a 2-1 lead over the Coyotes. It is up to Keith Yandle to score to keep the shootout going but he is stopped by Holtby and the Capitals leave the game with two more points!

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March 10, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes head to Tampa Bay to take on the Lightning (31-27-6) with Thomas Greiss in net as Mark Visentin will take tomorrows back-to-back against Florida.
The first period sees the Coyotes offence struggle and the Lightning get out to a 1-0 lead midway though the first. The Coyotes are not able to do much against the tight Tampa defence and they head to the break down 1-0.
The second period sees the Coyotes only get 3 shots on net but it doesn't matter as one of them goes in from the stick of Paul Bissonnette! The Coyote defence also steps up and they limit Tampa to only 6 shots that Thomas Greiss handles easily.
The third period sees the offence comes to life as the Lightning get it started with a Teddy Purcell PP goal around the 4 minute mark. The Coyotes won't go down without a fight and show it as they net a SH goal by Antoine Vermette only 3 minutes later. Both teams fight hard and it sees Marin Hanzal get the go ahead goal in with only 2:30 minutes remaining. But Tampa won't go away easily as they get a goal by sniper Steven Stamkos with less then a minute remaining to take the game to OT.
OT again solves nothing for the Coyotes and in the Shootout they best the Lightning to take the 2 points.




March 11, 2014
Tonights back-to-back sees the Coyotes head to take on the Florida Panthers (32-28-4). The Coyotes send out Mark Visentin to take net as he looks to improve his rookie year to 2-1-0.
The first period sees the Coyotes fatigue show as they allow 11 shots and Visentin allows 3 goals. The Coyotes are not able to get any real offence started and go to the break down 3-0.
The second period sees the Panthers take it out on the rookie net minder getting another 12 shots and getting another 3 past him! The Coyotes are gassed and cannot do much in the way of defence or offence and still have no goals to boast about.
The third sees some life from the Coyotes as they get 3 goals past Tim Thomas but the Panthers add 2 more and take the commanding 8-3 win against the Coyotes at home.



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Hey guys, not sure what happened with the photos on the last post but I won't be able to go back and fix them as I already deleted them. Sorry

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Fixed them :P

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March 13, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes are headed to Boston to take on the Bruins (37-25-3). The Coyotes young goaltender Mark Visentin is starting tonight and the Coyotes are looking to see what the Bruins are like in this first match together this season.
The Coyotes get off to a terrible start giving you a goal 12 seconds into the game to Patrice Bergeron, but they are able to bounce back before the end of the period and head into the break down 2-1.
The second period sees the Coyotes get the game tied up for a few minutes but two Jarome Iginla goals takes the game to 4-2.
The third period sees the Bruins get another one past Visentin and the Bruins go on to win 5-2.




March 15, 2014
Today is a must lose game for the Coyotes as they take on the Flames (25-35-7) who are 4 points behind the Coyotes in the number one draft location.
The first period sees a Keith Yandle PP goal at only 1:50 seconds into the game. Coyotes tender Thomas Greiss has been having a good game stopping all of the 11 shots he faced in the first period.
The second period again sees a quick Coyote goal as Mikkel Boedker gets one in at only 4 seconds into the period to take the 2-0 lead. However Joe Colborne ruins the Coyotes shutout at 18:14 when he gets on past the Greiss.
The third period sees the Flames come alive as they put 3 past Greiss and take the game 4-2.




March 17, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes take on the Kings (41-24-3) in a game most people are suspecting to be an easy win for the Kings. The Coyotes send tender Greiss back out instead of Visentin.
The first period sees the Coyotes not taking the game the way that many thought it would go as they get up on the kings 2-0 before 10 minutes into the first! Tender Greiss also stops all 11 shots he faced but the real surprise is the Coyotes 17 shots on net in the first!
The second period sees the offences come out as 6 goals where put in the net, evenly 3-3 for both teams. The Kings go into the third period trailing 5-3 and are fighting hard to get back into the game.
The third period sees a crazy turn of events as Tyler Toffoli scores at 0:00 ( haha that is so funny) and the Kings tie the game up at 5 less then 5 minutes into the third. The teams end up going to Overtime tied up at 6.
OT sees Defensemen Drew Doughty score at the 1 minute mark as the Kings take this game from the Coyotes in OT.





March 20, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes are playing the decent Florida Panther (35-29-5) who last kicked the Coyotes 8-3 on March 11th. The Coyotes put back in young tender Visentin.
The first period is a defensive game as neither team is able to get a goal nor get over 10 shots on net.
The second period is much like the first with both teams playing a good defensive game with only 27 shots on net total between both teams.
The third period sees the Coyotes get the first goals as they get a goal within the first minute of play. The Coyotes then continue to go and get 2 more goals and end the game winning 3-0 against the Panthers.
Visentin gets his first NHL shutout in this game as the Coyotes get two more points in their totals.




March 22, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes take on the Bruins (42-25-3) for the second time and look to get a more even game then the last time they played the Bruins.
The first period sees the Bruins get on the board first but the Coyotes return the favour netting two of their own before the end of the period to take the 2-1 lead into the intermission.
The second period sees the Bruins come back fighting hard as they net three goals on the Coyotes and take a 4-2 lead into the third.
The third sees neither team being able to get a goal and the game ends at a 4-2 final.




March 24, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes are in New York to take on the Rangers (44-26-2) who they beat early in the year 3-2.
The first period sees a quick goal by Rick Nash less then two minutes into the game, after that the teams get into a defensive game as neither are able to get one past the other teams net minder and the game goes into the second period 1-0.
The second period sees the goals start coming as each team is able to get multiple goals past the tenders and the teams head into the third tied up at 3.
The third period sees the teams play a tough game and it is at 16:46 when Marc Staal takes an Unsportmanlike Conduct penalty that the Coyotes get the opportunity to get the game winning PP goal!




March 25, 2014
The back-to-back game comes for the Coyotes as they take on the Pittsburgh Penguins (35-30-6). The Coyotes got spanked by the Penguins earlier this year 8-2 on Feb. 1st!
The first period sees a quick PP for the Penguins who take advantage of it and get the first goal of the game less then 2 minutes into the game. After a quick start the Coyotes seem to get their legs under them and go out and get two goals of their own and take the 2-1 lead heading into the second period.
The second period sees the Penguins tie up the game around the ten minute mark but two quick goals by David Rundblad and Keith Yandle gives the Coyotes a 4-2 lead going into the third.
The third period sees both teams trade goals and the Coyotes take away another win the second in two nights in a score of 5-3.




March 27, 2014
The Coyotes head to another must lose situation in New Jersey as they take on the Devils (29-39-4).
The first period sees a ton of Goals by both teams with half of them being on the special teams as the Coyotes take a 5-3 lead going into the second period!
The second period sees the Devils come back to tie it up at 5 before Antoine Vermette makes it a 6-5 game at the 18 minute mark of the second period.
The third period sees the Devils again tie the game at 6 and the Coyotes are not able to come back and take the game into OT tied up at 6.
The OT period solves nothing and the Coyotes and Devils go to a shootout which is won by a Patrik Elias goal!





March 29, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes are at home to take on the Wild (35-34-5) who have had the Coyotes number all season holding the 2-0-0 lead this season.
The first period sees the Coyotes get out to the very quick lead with a goal by Hanzal within the first 30 seconds of the game. neither team does much after that as the teams go into the break 1-0.
The second period sees Mikko Koivu get two PP goals and the Coyotes and Wild take the game to a 3-3 tie heading into the third period.
The third period sees the Wild take the 4-3 lead and they never look back as they take the game from the Coyotes 4-3 an the road.




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April 1, 2014
Today is April Fools but GM Wells says there is no time for games as they take on the how powered Winnipeg Jets (43-27-6) who sit as one of the NHL elite teams.
The first period is a punch for punch kind of game as the Jets and Coyotes trade blows and end the period with the Jets up 2-1.
The second period sees the Jets start to take the lead over the Coyotes as they add two more goals as the Coyotes are only able to get 1 on the board and head to the third down 4-2.
The third period sees the Coyotes get another SH goal (they sit #1 in the NHL for them) but they are not able to get ahead of the Jets and lose the game 4-3.




April 2, 2014
The Coyotes head to LA tonight to take on the Kings (45-28-3) to take on another top team in the league. Young goalie stud Visentin will be in net for the Coyotes on the back end of this back-to-back.
The first period sees a tight hitting game as the Coyotes and Kings are both not able to get any real good shot chances and the game goes into the second tied up at still at zero.
The second period sees the Coyotes get on the board first from a shot from young gun Nail Yakupov, the glory is short lived as less then 4 minutes later Slava Voynov ties up the game for the Kings. both teams go into the third at the same way they started the game, tied.
The third period comes to an end with a victor coming out of the game in the form of a Jeff Carter goal 7 minutes into the third period.




April 4, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes are at home to take on the Edmonton Oilers (36-33-8) and are looking to see the better of the season series as both teams are 2-1-1 in it.
The first period sees young star Lauri Korpikoski get the goal that sets the Coyotes on the board and to take the lead of 1-0 into the second period. The Coyotes defence stands strong as the Oilers are only able to muster a pitiful 4 shots on net in the first period.
The second period sees the Oilers offence start going as they get goals from young start Taylor Hall and old veteran Ryan Smyth. The Coyotes are unable to do much on the offensive side of the game and go into the third period down 2-1.
The third finally sees a good offensive surge from the Oilers as they get 17 shots on the net and get 3 goals, one from old Coyote Radim Vrbata and the oilers win this on 5-2.




April 8, 2014
The Coyotes tonight head to Columbus to take on the Blue Jackets (42-30-7) as the Coyotes currently sit at 29 in the NHL 3 points ahead of the Calgary Flames, the Coyotes have done what they can to go for the 1st overall pick but the Flames seem to also have that pick in mind.
The first period sees the net minder Visentin stand strong against 13 Blue Jackets shots not letting one through as the Coyotes offence struggles to go only getting 5 shots.
The second period sees the Coyotes defence step up only giving up 4 shots which Visentin sends them all back at the Blue Jackets while D. David Rundblad gets the first goal for the Coyotes.
The third period sees the Coyotes get 2 more goals and take the win over the Blue Jackets 3-1 on the back of Visentin who stopped 21 of 22 shots he faced.



April 10, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes take on the Predators (38-35-6) a team they have had great success against this year going 2-0-0 and outscoring the Predators 9-1 in the two games so far.
The first period sees not a ton of action as both teams not being able to get a goal in the net and no team really dominating each other at all.
The second period sees the games first goals as Mike Fisher for NSH and David Rundblad for ARZ getting goals. Both teams are still playing very evenly and no team is able to really break away from each other at the moment.
The third period sees Jordan Szwarz get his first NHL goal less then 30 seconds into the game which looks to be the final goal of the game until Mike Fisher gets his second of the game with only 1 minute left to go forcing the game into OT.
OT sees the Coyotes being on the defensive as they get a penalty only 24 seconds into the period but like they have done all season the Coyotes get a SH goal by Lucas Lessio to take the win and sweep the Predators season series.




April 12, 2014
Tonight the Coyotes are at home to take on the San Jose Sharks (41-34-6) as the Coyotes are still trying to get down for a great first round pick!
The first period starts with the Sharks being able to outshot the Coyotes by almost double as they get up to a 2-0 lead going into the second.
The second period sees the Coyotes get back into the game in a 3 minute span with goals from Nail Yakupov and Rob Kinkhammer. Thomas Greiss also is able to stop all the shots from the Sharks.
The third period sees a pretty tough fought game as the Sharks and Coyotes fight to win the game but in the end it is a Marleau goal at 18:18 to take the win for the Sharks 3-2.




April 13, 2014
Tonight is a huge night for the Coyotes as they take on the Dallas Stars (33-42-6) who sit one point behind the Coyotes and both teams playing the final game of the season.
The first period sees the Stars get off to a quick lead with a 1-0 goal by Cody Eakin about the midway through the first period. The Coyotes are not able to muster up much as they go into the second period down 1-0.
The second period sees the Stars add another goal to get to a 2-0 lead while the Coyotes are looking tired playing their second game of a back-to-back.
The third period sees the Coyotes come back in a 2 minute span with goals from Hanzal and Klinkhammer and the Coyotes head to OT where they must lose to get the lower draft pick.
OT period does nothing for both teams and the game goes to a SO where the Stars are able to come away with the W and the 2 points making the Coyotes and Stars tie giving the Coyotes the better draft pick.


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Bottom Three finish is probably not the way you were expecting to finish your first season, but with a rebuild this will give you a good opportunity to go out and get that player that you can see yourself building a team around. Hopefully the owner is accepting of this lost season as a means to get to the long term goal of becoming an NHL playoff team. There was some great development all season so maybe some of your prospects are ready to make the jump at an easy cap hit freeing you up to find another solid piece in free agency.

I can't wait to see how you present the draft to us, and I really hope you have a job next year.
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You posted the Oilers game picture 4 or 5 times in that last post.

Also, Philadelphia choked. This game really is realistic.
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Also, Philadelphia choked. This game really is realistic.
I was following that too. It still hurts, even in a game someone else is playing.
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You posted the Oilers game picture 4 or 5 times in that last post.

Also, Philadelphia choked. This game really is realistic.
opps sorry guys, I already deleted those so I guess we are stuck that way. My apologizes sometimes I do these when I am really really tired
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opps sorry guys, I already deleted those so I guess we are stuck that way. My apologizes sometimes I do these when I am really really tired
Amen to that!
I'm falling behind a little compared to you folks but playing my other game opponent, he is back in the saddle and trying to make up for lost time so it's been a little sporadic on the reports and the mistakes I see when I come back to the screens are like "I can't believe I didn't catch that before I posted it!"

Anyway my $.02 here is you need to make a list of players and positions you want to scout while your out of the playoffs - soon to be free agents - overseas scouting for diamonds in the rough - deeper rounds scouting of the major junior leagues. I extensively scout 5 to 10 NHL players while the playoffs go on just to target one or two in FA.

I think your owner will give you another year to produce IMHO you had a lot of promise and lost close games so figure 5 games won instead of lost would have made you a middle of the pack team.

Good job with the dynasty this year - keep it going!
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Amen to that!
I'm falling behind a little compared to you folks but playing my other game opponent, he is back in the saddle and trying to make up for lost time so it's been a little sporadic on the reports and the mistakes I see when I come back to the screens are like "I can't believe I didn't catch that before I posted it!"

Anyway my $.02 here is you need to make a list of players and positions you want to scout while your out of the playoffs - soon to be free agents - overseas scouting for diamonds in the rough - deeper rounds scouting of the major junior leagues. I extensively scout 5 to 10 NHL players while the playoffs go on just to target one or two in FA.

I think your owner will give you another year to produce IMHO you had a lot of promise and lost close games so figure 5 games won instead of lost would have made you a middle of the pack team.

Good job with the dynasty this year - keep it going!
The GM says he is very happy with what I have done?!?! Not sure what I did but tank his team. I have done the draft already (1 NHL ready and I have an unsigned draftee that is also NHL ready but I signed both to a NHL/AHL deal for sake of moving them around) I got to say this was my first FHM offseason and I may have **** the bed on this one but I think my picks will turn out ok... I am going to make a full list of my team and all my prospects and see who is coming up, where I am weak, What I need to be scouting for and so on and so forth over the coming days so dont expect an update all to soon as I am going to pre lay it all out in a word document.

What I can say is be very ready for a killer first line next year and a second line with some sweet Canadian young guns
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This is a big offseason for the Coyotes as they decide who they bring back, who they sign, what rookies they bring up ect.

Draft:
The Coyotes get the third overall pick, with Reinhart and Bennett gone before them the Coyotes picked up Jake Virtanen as he is a big strong player that the Coyotes think will become a huge success for the Coyotes in the future with presence in front of the net, hoping to be a PaHornquivt type of player.
The Coyotes did not have their 2nd round pick this year but we were able to work around that as we got young 18 year old sniper/playmaker Nikolaj Ehlers (who was able to get a 24-50-74 in 65 games on the Mooseheads in the QMJHL) in the 3rd. In the Coyote organization we see Ehlers turning into a nice 2nd or 3rd liner who will put up 15-20 goals and 50 points a season. The one downside to Ehlers is his size, he only stands at 5'11” and only weighs in at 164.
The Coyotes fourth round pick was Goaltender Andrej Kosaristan a twenty year old goaltender playing in the EXL. The Coyotes hope that Andrej will become a NHL backup goaltender to Visentin after Mike Smith contract runs out and his time as a NHL starter is over (his contract is 6M/5year deal which will take him to 37, which is something that the Coyotes are going to have to think about in the future if he starts to decline in production.
The Coyotes fifth round pick was Ayrton Nikkel the defensemen of the Saskatoon Blades. Ayrton is one of the more talented players at the moment in the squad of draftees boasting a 6.0a overall already. Although Ayrton will most likely be starting the year on the AHL team and doesn’t look like he will ever be more then a NHL injury call up as he only has potential of 6.5a.
The Coyotes sixth round pick is smaller Centre Alex Forsberg who currently plays for the Prince George Cougars in the in the WHL where he got 28-25-53 in 63 games played. The Coyotes are going to let Alex spend one more year in the WHL playing for Prince George to see if he improves at all as he has many skills where he lacks. If he doesn’t improve much in his last year of minor league hockey he can see a future of AHL hockey with the possibility to be called up in injury duty.
In the seventh round the Coyotes have two back to back picks which they use on RD Andreas Radin who is playing over in the SA league who was able to go 5-15-20 in 35 games. Like most of the late picks in the draft Radin wont be sees as much in the way of becoming an NHL player but if he does improve he may be able to get into the bottom six defensemen on some NHL team.
The second seventh round pick is RW Henrik Nyberg who plays on the Kelowna Rockets who went 15-16-31 in 55 GP. Henrik will be much like Alex Forsberg in he will most likely become a career AHL player who may have the chance to coming up to the NHL if he gets better and injury happens in the NHL team.

Coyotes Roster
Goaltenders:
Louis Domingue (6.0a/6.0a) Playing last year on the Coyotes ECHL team Gwinnett Gladiators Louis is most likely going to be my AHL starting goaltender this year with his decent Goalie ratings. I don’t see Louis Domingue ever being an NHL goaltender but he should be a good AHL goaltender to put in our system.
Mike Lee (5.5a/6.0a) Mike Lee spend last year as the starting goaltender on our AHL team but will most likely be the backup for Louis on the AHL team. I would be shocked if Mike really ever gets above 5.5 or 6 so I do not see him getting to an NHL level anytime soon.
Mike Smith (8.0a/8.0a) Mike smith, who played 58 games last season before the Coyotes decided to try and tank the year, will be at the helm again this year. The Coyotes are looking for a bounce back year as Mike did finish the season with a 2.73 GAA and .913 Save% which are quite higher then his career averages.
Mark Visentin (6.0a/6.5a) Mark Visentin who played ten games last year for Arizona and finished with a 3.19 GAA and .897 Save% will be backing up Smith this year on the Coyotes. The Coyotes are hoping for Mark to get higher then his 6.5 potential as they are hoping he is the net minder of the future for the team after Mike Smith retires/cant play starting goaltender anymore.

Defensemen:
Oliver Ekman Larsson (8.5a/8.5a) after a decent season 8-38-46 in 82 games last year OEL has very likely taken over the top defensemen role on the Coyotes team. He is considered a great player for any team in the league and with being under contract for another 5 years at 4M a year the Coyotes will get great work out of the 22 year old defender.
Brandon Gornley (6.5a/7.5a) another young defensemen for the Coyotes Brandon put up 29 PTS in 61 GP for the Pirates last year and will most likely be taking over the 3rd line spot on the Coyotes depending on if the Coyotes can open up some playing space with a trade of David Schlemko.
David Schlemko (6.5a/6.5a) Last year David Schlemko slightly under performed for the Coyotes only getting 19 points in the 77 games he played. The Coyotes will be openly shipping Schlemko for some future picks/prospects.
Keith Yandle (A) (8.0a/8.0a) A great Assistant captain for the Coyotes who did finish last season a little bit lower then expected with only 28 points in 82 games. The Coyotes are going to be using Keith and OEL together this year much more then in the past and hopefully the two will be able to both be able to put up 40 point seasons.
Rostislav Klesla (6.0a/6.0a) Klesla is a very underutilized player on the Coyotes making 2.975M this year and next while only getting 5 games last season. The Coyotes are also going to be shipping Klesla on the market this year for picks/prospects as they have the talent in the defensive end of the team.
Mark Louis (5.5a/6.0a) Mark Louis will again be playing for the Pirates this year as he did last. Louis is someone who is a complete AHL player who probably wont ever see NHL time at all.
James Melindy (5.5a/6.5a) 20 year old James is someone who could possibly come up to the NHL at some time but is highly unlikely if he doesn’t progress to his expected or exceed potential. The Coyotes will be playing James on the Pirates again this year and are hoping for a better year then last.
Zbynek Michalek (7.0a/7.0a) A good prime player for the Coyotes Michalek will see most of his time on the second defensive pairing and PK. Michalek had a little bit of a small insurgence of his career last year with 20 points in a full season. The Coyotes are hoping that Michalek gets a few more points this year and gets his +/- under control this year.
Connor Murphy (6.5a/7.5a) The young man player for the Coyotes are another young player that may be able to play up on the Coyotes main team of be a player to come up in case of injury and have one more year in the AHL.
David Rundblad (6.5a/7.5a) Another young defensemen that was highly underutilized by the Coyotes last year but finished with 23 points in the 35 games played will most likely be getting more time this year for the Coyotes in what will be his first full season. The Coyotes are hoping for a huge bump this year in Rundblad's game that will send him over the top.
Michael Stone (7.5a/7.5a) one last young defensemen for the Coyotes who had a good full season of play for 23 point in 82 games. Michael saw time on the PP and that helped him develop the way that he did this year. The Coyotes will again look to keep Michael on their top 6 and hope for another productive year for the young NHLer

Left Wingers:
Mikkel Boedker (7.5a/7.5a) Mikkel, even though he had some injuries was a good player for the Coyotes last year getting 43 points in 71 games. However I would have liked to see Boedker net more then 13 goals his season was respectable and showed a great improvement form his last full season where he only got 24 points in 82 games. Boedker will most likely see himself on the 2nd line this year for the Coyotes.
Nikolaj Ehlers (5.5a/7.5a) Young draftee Nikolaj Ehlers who recently signed 920K/3YR deal with the Coyotes will most likely start the season in the AHL but if he promises and develops like he can will more likely see himself in the NHL as a great third round pick!
Rob Klinkhammer (6.5a/6.5a) Klinkhammer was a great shinning point for the Coyotes last season getting a full 74 games and able to get 32 points for the Coyotes (8th in points for the Coyotes). Klinkhammer is in the final year of his contract with the Coyotes and his play this season can seal his future with the Coyotes or not.
Lauri Korpikoski (6.5a/7.0a) Korpikoski is another player that they Coyotes need to make a decision about over the season. He is about to enter his prime at 27 years of age and does have a decent 2.5M/3YR deal with the Coyotes and does have some room for growth but it is something that has to be seen. Korpikoski is coming off of a decent season getting 39 points in 76 games which is one of the best seasons of his careers.
Lucas Lessio (6.5a/7.0a) Lessio played his first full NHL season last year and was less then sensational for the Coyotes only getting 14 points in 74 games. Lessio still has 2 years on his contracts and the Coyotes are hoping that he grows into the player that they expected when he was drafted in 2011.
Brandon McMillan (6.0a/6.5a) McMillan is in his 7th season and looking to get back into the NHL after being sent down to the AHL last season. Most likely McMillan will see himself back down into the AHL to start the season this year, but could play himself into the NHL if he plays well in the AHL again this season.
Jake Virtanen (6.5a/8.5a) This years third overall draft pick will most likely see himself in the AHL for the start of the year but most likely will be in the NHL sometime soon. At only the age of 17 the Coyotes think a season or two of playing down in the lower league could really see his play develop.

Centres:
Chris Brown (6.0a/6.5a) Brown was a decent player for the Pirates last year and will see himself back down in the AHL to start the year for the Coyotes. Not much to say about Brown as he is most likely going to be an AHLer for life unless he can grow way beyond what he is projected.
Kyle Chipchura (6.5a/6.5a) Kyle is the type of player that works amazingly well on the 4th line for the Coyotes, a position he played last year where he was able to get 20 points. The centre depth did get much better this year with the addition of Max Domi to the Coyotes and Kyle could see himself starting the season in the AHL or on the trade list as the Coyotes may not have a huge amount of need for him.
Max Domi (7.0a/7.5a) Coming off of a great season in the OHL this 19 year old is looking to make waves with the Coyotes this season and to take advantage of the chances he is given. Most likely Domi will be seeing third line time behind Ribeiro and Hanzal but he is planning on making the most out of it and shooting the Coyotes what he is made out of.
Martin Hanzal (7.5a/7.5a) After spending most of last year on the Trade List (TL) Hanzal turned around his season and showed the Coyotes why he should be on this team getting 55 points in 82 games and netting 25 goals. Hanzal is in the running to be on the first line centre and will be battling it out with Ribeiro for the position.
Jordan Marinook (6.0a/6.5a) Marinook is more of an AHL defensive centre then anything. He most likely wont see the NHL this season but if he can continue to grown and shows improvements the Coyotes may want to watch out for this young kid as a guy to take over for the likes of Chipchura or Vermette.
Mike Riberio (7.5a/7.5a) Mike was a shinning light for the Coyotes most of last season and if it wasn’t for the mixup at the end of the year which saw him on the fourth line for a majority of the end of the year could have finished the season with way more then 58 points. Riberio is expected to be the first line centre this season but no lines have been set just yet.
Henrik Samuelsson (6.5a/7.5a) A big strong young centre Samuelsson is most likely going to be in the AHL this season but will be a great replacement if anything comes along the way of a trade of Vermette or Chipchura.
Brendan Shinnimin (6.0a/6.0a) An AHLer for life Shinnimin puts up pretty good numbers for a guy in the AHL but just doesn’t have the skill to make it as a professional NHLer centre.
Antoine Vermette (6.5a/6.5a) Vermette will be looking to reproduce the season he had last year where he got 29 points. This is his last season of his 3.75M contract and with young players like Samuelsson ready to take over his place is a great trading asset for the Coyotes this year or at the deadline.

Right Wings:
Paul Bissonnette (7.0a/7.0a) After a good year last year for Paul he is looking to reproduce the same results again this year. He still has 2 years left on his deal with the Coyotes but at the end will most likely look at the last two years as a way to get an upgrade in his paydays. Paul is fighting on the Coyotes for the third or fourth line RW.
Shane Doan (C) (7.0a/7.0a) On the last track of his career Captain Shane Doan is looking to keep his season like he did last year. While he was able to slightly resurge his career late with a 38 point season last year, Doan will most likely be a second or third line winger on the Coyotes. The Coyotes are wanting to see him get his PIM down from last year which was almost double his prior seasons totals.
Phil Lane (5.5a/6.5a) This AHLer is still looking to get into the NHL. After not playing last year he hopes that with time in the AHL and his size he may be able to get onto the Coyotes when the contracts of Doan and Bissonnette end or retire. Phil has a long way to go and the Coyotes expect that he will be a career AHLer.
David Moss (7.0a/7.0a) This 32 year old showed the Coyotes last year that he was the real deal getting 37 points (his 2nd highest total but with a substantial fewer games). He has made his case for a 2nd line bid but his poor conditioning (7) could make him a liability with the amount of minutes he would get going from the 13:15 he got last year to around 16.
Tobias Reider (6.0a/6.5a) Tobias is much in the same boat as Phil Lane only with a little more experience. Many do not see him making it to the NHL anytime soon and his lack of size does make it harder for him to be seen as an enforcer and his offence would have to carry him to the NHL. Many within the Coyote organization see Reider as a career AHLer.
Nail Yakupov (7.5a/8.0a) This Russian sensation will be the biggest signing that the Coyotes need to make this year, as they hope to lock up this 20 year old for many seasons to come and hope for continued success like this past season where Nail split 53 points between the Coyotes and Oilers. The Coyotes expect that Nail will be wanting a lot more then his 925K/YR he is making at the moment to continue his career in Arizona.
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GM Wells has continued to show his love for the Edmonton Oilers getting their 3rd round pick in trade for Rostislav Klesla. The Coyotes now have the ability to bring up Connor Murphy, David Rundblad, or Brandon Gornley. Depending on the wishes of GM Wells
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The Coyotes have shopped another trade sending 27 year old defence man David Schlemko and 18 year old 5th round pick from this year Ayrton Nikkel in exchange for a 3rd round draft picks from the LA kings in the 2015 and 2016 draft. This trade again opens up another Defence spot for Connor Murphy, David Rundblad, or Brandon Gornley.
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The Coyotes have agreed to a contract extension with Russian Nail Yakupov at 3.2M/3YR. The Coyotes have now secured him for another few years and hope to continue to develop this young scoring talent.
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The Coyotes have recently signed Forward Rookie Henrik Nyberg (6.0a/6.5a) and Centre Rookie Laurent Dauphin (6.0a/6.5a) both of which are going to be used in the AHL or ECHL as backup injury reserves for the season.
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