Angie Lewis is a credentialed writer as a Senior Correspondent for The Hockey Writers and as a freelancer for The Sports Forecaster magazine. The Washington, D.C. native attended American University and does work with high school sports for The Washington Post.
After another year full of relocation drama, the Coyotes did a great job of focusing on the ice to have the most successful season in franchise history.
With 56 total penalty minutes and two ejections in Game 2 for the Phoenix Coyotes, they face bigger problems as the series shifts back to Los Angeles.
Antoine Vermette has also been key to their success this postseason, and he'll need to remain so to help them solve the Los Angeles Kings.
No matter how this postseason ends up for the Phoenix Coyotes, they may no longer be the woeful franchise that many thought of them to be.
Playing without Alex Radulov and Andrei Kostitsyn in Game 3? No problem for Nashville, as their depth helped them adjust to their old playing style and get back in the series with Phoenix.
The Coyotes realized they'd need to do better in terms of puck possession in Game 2. They did just that, and the inclusion of their defensemen in the offensive game was a major part of the improved pressure on the Predators' defense.
The Phoenix Coyotes defeated the Chicago Blackhawks with solid goaltending and defense, but how do they matchup against the talented and also defensively responsible Nashville Predators?
Capitals rookie goalie Braden Holtby was the difference between a first-round exit and a spot in the Eastern Conference Semifinals for his club.
The stars for both teams came out in a timely manner and made Game 6 the most compelling match this series, setting up for a climactic Game 7.
The Predators certainly worked hard enough to beat the Red Wings in five games. However, did Nashville end up taking away the one piece from Detroit at the deadline that would have made a difference in this series?
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