First, here’s Dave Tippett answering questions following last night’s 7-4 Kings victory:
Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic has your game story.
Phoenix Coyotes fall to Los Angeles Kings after overcoming big deficit
“Give Richards a lot of credit,” Doan said. “He made a good play to give them the lead back and the momentum back. We didn’t have anyone do that back. At the same time, as a team we’ve got to learn to handle success so much better than we handle it at times.”
McLellan also reported on Mike Ribeiro’s stellar start to the season. Ribeiro, who returned to the Pacific Division after a one-year Washington exile, saw his seven-game point streak snapped as part of a minus-two effort.
Phoenix Coyotes C Mike Ribeiro settles in to his potent offensive role
SB Nation blogs, y’all. With the occasional exception, you can find excellent writing and analysis on this widespread blog network, and anyone familiar with my writing knows how much of a soft spot I have for Jewels from the Crown. Five for Howling does a pretty good job as well.
Phoenix Coyotes @ Los Angeles Kings Recap: No Words
Five for Howling also tackles the Kings-Coyotes rivalry. Dustin Brown is mentioned in the first paragraph, and the Dodgers’ victory swim at Chase Field is mentioned in the second. There are videos here to support a timeline; it’s a good read for anyone looking to brush up on the evolution of the rivalry or to re-watch CAPTAIN FIGHT.
Anatomy of a Rivalry: How Did We Get Here?