It is officially do or die for the Phoenix Coyotes

After losing both games one and two in Glendale, the Coyotes needed to steal a win on the road to get back into the series, but were unable to do so as they fell to the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 from a sold out Staples Center with 18,367 fans in attendance on Thursday night.

Kings dominate Coyotes, take 1-0 series lead

The Phoenix Coyotes year-long slogan “Hockey the Hard Way” has been put in play again after the ‘Yotes fell to the Los Angeles Kings 4-2 in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale on Sunday night.

Campbell inks $55 million, five-year deal

On Thursday, the Arizona Cardinals signed defensive tackle Calais Campbell to a five year contract extension, which is worth a reported $55 million, with $31 million of it in guaranteed money.

Coyotes resting, waiting for red-hot LA Kings

It’s the calm before the storm for the Phoenix Coyotes. After dispatching the Nashville Predators in the Western Conference Semi-Finals in five games, their next task is attempting to slow down the Los Angeles Kings who have rolled through the first two playoff series losing only once.