Breaking your Record and breaking your bones, born a warrior with a code, a Champion feeding your face with a fist, you will feel all his power!

Ah, tomorrow is the big day. Opening night in Phoenix (Glendale, whatever) and the Winnipeg Thrashers come to the valley to face the Phoenix Jets. Or something like that. My entire twitter feed seems to be gearing up for the big event. I will be there, rocking out. 

I hope Shane Doan gets his 300th. That would be freaking awesome. I would cheer super loud and laugh my ass off.

The Coyotes finished the opening road trtip 1-1-1. I will gladly take that. At least we aren’t the only team in the league without a point. That would be the… oh, not even going to say it. I’ll let you figure it out.

The game against Dallas was a decent effort. We should have had it but what can you do about a fluke goal with 30 seconds left in the 3rd. 

The game against Nashville was amazing. If we can play like that every game, I would be ecstatic! They came out ready to play and didn’t let up for a full 60 minutes. They forechecked, backchecked. The powerplay actually looks a million times better than last season. This is a team much improved.

And something new I want to give a try… TYSONISMS! I will try to post one for each game. Here is last nights gem:

“Shea Weber likes to sneak in the back door and pound it” 

And that’s all I’ve got for you right now. Stay tuned for an update about what happens tomorrow night at 4 pm Arizona time. God damn, thats an early, ridiculous start time. 

Jenna

About Jenna

Long ago in a state far, far away I put on skates for the first time. It was so long ago I don't even remember it. Somewhere there is photographic evidence of me, on my butt, on a frozen creek. I look none to happy about it. Eventually, I grew up and could stay upright on skates. My state did not have an NHL team and I had my pick of favorite teams. I chose the Flyers. I was young. I liked the toughness and the fighting. The Coyotes were still the Jets and a move to Arizona wasn't on either of our minds. Soon I smartened up and moved to where there is sun and heat instead of cold and snow. My first fall I went to my first live NHL game and fell hard. The Coyotes became my team. I said "TAKE MY MONEY" and signed up for season tickets. And the rest, as they say, is history... I also enjoy photography, tacos, and margaritas. I have a problem where I accidentally sign up for races so I have to run a few times a week. I have been writing about the Coyotes for about eight years.

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