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December 2005
Sporting News;12/30/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 52, p41
This article focuses on various ice hockey teams in the U.S. After a busy offseason brought great expectations, the Pittsburgh Penguins team have looked lost. This isn't a great team, but it should be better than it has been. It might be time to start paying attention to the Phoenix Coyotes team. Led by Ladislav Nagy, the Coyotes look strong enough to grab a spot in the playoffs. If Curtis Joseph stays healthy, one actually could be talking about ice conditions in Arizona in late April 2006.


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