Coyotes look to run Wild tonight 7pm at


Build on the momentum of a 2-0 shutout win or fall back into bad habits? This question will be answered tonight.

Hoping for a good turn out from the fans of a team who needs a good showing to entice possible investors to keep our boys home where they belong for decades.

February 1, 2013; Anaheim, CA, USA; Minnesota Wild left wing Zach Parise (11) Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Yotes looking to parlay Saturday’s effort on all phases of the game. Zach Parise comes into town with a Minnesota Wild bunch who  sport a 4 – 3 – 1 record and 9 points. Today the Wild announce a trade to acquire Mike Rupp from New York in exchange for Powe and Palmieri. Not sure if Rupp will be available tonight but unlikely.

While Parise leads the Wild with 9 points, Rad

im Vrbata leads the Coyotes with the same point total. Koivu and Heatley round out Minnesota’s top line and after struggling look to come early and ofter at the Coyotes. If Tippet’s boys are playing tough system defense then Minnesota’s top line will have another off day.

In net will most likely be Mike Smith against Niklas Backstrom. Smitty finally got a win after allowing 13 goals in 3 games. The shutout should provide some much needed momentum for the early struggling Coyotes.

Nick Johnson looks to stay hot and add onto his 3 goal output after being called up from AHL affiliate.

If you need tickets please visit or contact me and I will help you find tickets.

Email me at

The goal is to fill that building every and any way possible. I firmly believe potential investors will look onto the attendance figures when making a decision whether or not to provide funds toward a product that will work in the desert. It takes every member of the pack to join the hunt and be successful.