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07-17-2010, 11:48 PM
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So yeah, The Bleacher Report site has this list up.

Top 10 Greatest Coyotes of All Time.

10. Steven Reinprecht
9. Ladislav Nagy
8. Dallas Drake
7. Ed Jovanovski
6. Nikolai Khabibulin
5. Sean Burke
4. Jeremy Roenick
3. Teppo Numminen
2. Keith Tkachuk
1. Shane Doan

A simple google will produce the article, which has a blurb for each choice and their reasoning behind it.

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07-18-2010, 05:30 AM
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Bryzgalov's slightly underrated, he should be in these top 10 lists

Khabibulin - GP 205 - 92-84 record with average 2.57 GAA and .910 save pct
Sean Burke - GP 211 - 97-78 record with average 2.41 and .919 save pct
Bryzgalov - GP 189 - 94-73 record with average 2.56 and .916 save pct

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Hey Coyotes fans.

I love lists, so this thread is right in my wheelhouse. As I'm not a real Coyotes fan I'm trying to delve into your desert world though but I was wondering, who is the most important Coyote in terms of the overall history of the team?

I'm a big Shane Doan fan, and I know he's the last Jet, and pretty much the epitome of what the organization should be, but he wasn't always the face of the franchise, so I can see how a Jeremy Roenick or Keith Tkachuk might rank higher in terms of relevance. (And based on some answers here, I'm sort of surprised to see Sean Burke mentioned in that breath, too, so maybe he's in there, too.)

So in the opinions of the fans that have been there, who is it?

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I personally don't have a whole lot of love for Tkachuk or Roenick, honestly. I don't carry any particular affection for either. Those were top-heavy, underperforming teams, with nothing but mediocre results. My heart doesn't melt at the thought of the "glory days".

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I personally don't have a whole lot of love for Tkachuk or Roenick, honestly. I don't carry any particular affection for either. Those were top-heavy, underperforming teams, with nothing but mediocre results. My heart doesn't melt at the thought of the "glory days".
Roenick played hard. Tkachuk, not so much. When he went to the Blues, they put him on a diet and exercise regimen.

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Roenick played hard. Tkachuk, not so much. When he went to the Blues, they put him on a diet and exercise regimen.
...as I'm sure his wife is doing right now.

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Roenick played hard. Tkachuk, not so much. When he went to the Blues, they put him on a diet and exercise regimen.
Not a lot of guys play harder than Tkachuk. Guy took a beating in front of the net like few players before or since. It's not his guts that I take issue with.

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Not a lot of guys play harder than Tkachuk. Guy took a beating in front of the net like few players before or since. It's not his guts that I take issue with.
I watched him dog it on plenty o' shift.

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'Tkaching' lacked character and leadership abilities due to his holdouts on valid contracts, demanding more money. He also displayed a knack for choking in big games.

They called him the 'GSP' (gravy-sucking-pig) for a reason...

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Updated the original post. Good to see Hanzal and Yandle reaching new milestones with the club. Hopefully guys like Korpikoski, Boedker and Ekman-Larsson will follow. Developing a core group like this is so important.

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Updated at the end of the season (doesnt include playoff games).

Notably:

Derek Morris is 12 games away from overtaking Roenick for 3rd all time games played for the Coyotes (behind only Doan and Numminen).

Keith Yandle has now played more games than any other Coyotes draft pick and will go 5th all time by playing 28 games and overtaking Michalek.

Martin Hanzal needs 41 games to do the same.

Radim Vrbata has scored 54 goals in the last 2 seasons to jump to 4th all time. Martin Hanzal is now 10th all time and is the only Coyotes draft pick on that list.

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06-07-2012, 02:38 PM
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Updated at the end of the season (doesnt include playoff games).

Notably:

Derek Morris is 12 games away from overtaking Roenick for 3rd all time games played for the Coyotes (behind only Doan and Numminen).

Keith Yandle has now played more games than any other Coyotes draft pick and will go 5th all time by playing 28 games and overtaking Michalek.

Martin Hanzal needs 41 games to do the same.

Radim Vrbata has scored 54 goals in the last 2 seasons to jump to 4th all time. Martin Hanzal is now 10th all time and is the only Coyotes draft pick on that list.
With the low low standards we have to get into the ring of honor, it's going to be full in 10 years

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Reinprecht..?

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Just looking at a site I havent been to before: http://www.hockey-reference.com/teams/

Amused to see that Phoenix has the 2nd best Points Pct in the Pacific..

Dallas .607
Phoenix .503
Anaheim .501
San Jose .479
Los Angeles .472
Now four years later stands at

Dallas .592
Phoenix .524
San Jose .515
Anaheim .511
Los Angeles .481

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Jan 31st 2014 update

Vrbata's 400th appearance doesnt really move him up much but his 129 goals in 400 games is closing in on Roenick's 152 in 454 record in fourth place.

Goals Scored List.

1. Doan 329
2. Tkachuk 179
3. Roenick 152
4. Vrbata 129
5. Nagy 92
6. Hanzal 79
7. Langkow 79
8. Tocchet 64
9. Yandle 59
10. Numminen 55

Yandle has now passed Roenick to 4th all time most GP. Michalek has also passed Roenick and is 5th with Hanzal just a few games behind.

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And Morris is 28 games from passing Numminen to take second place behind Doan in total GPs.

We live in a time where history is being made folks..

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