Arizona Coyotes trying to stay upbeat after unlucky start to road trip
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – The nets were slid to the middle of the ice to sit on opposite blue lines, and goal judges were planted on the perimeter.
As duos hustled to score twice before the opposition, the intensity seemed to outgrow the miniature setup.
Goalie sticks got loose, pucks went flying and players hollered for passes.
After a loss to the Avalanche Monday that was spiked with unfortunate bounces, the Coyotes reconvened in Vancouver for a Tuesday afternoon practice ahead of Wednesday’s meeting with the Canucks an upbeat bunch and rightfully so.
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