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The Arizona Republic On paper, it looked good - give a few rookies NHL jobs and generate some excitement that could extend past a hard-core fan base. On the ice, however, it was a different story for Mikkel Boedker, Kyle Turris and Viktor Tikhonov.
The Arizona Republic Mikkel Boedker has gone through several emotional swings over the past year with recalls to the Coyotes and reassignments to the AHL. His play in San Antonio earned him another shot, and this time he's hoping for a long stay. "It'
Associated Press The Phoenix Coyotes recalled left wing Mikkel Boedker from San Antonio of the AHL and placed left wing Taylor Pyatt on injured reserve with an upper body injury. A first-round draft pick in 2008, Boedker will be making his first
Mikkel Boedker, Viktor Tikhonov and Mathieu Beaudoin tallied in the shootout as the Rampage won their sixth straight game with a 4-3 victory over the Milwaukee Admirals at the AT&T Center. Despite outshooting the Admirals 52-24, including a
The Rampage used a fast start and an efficient power play to upend the Chicago Wolves 5-2 before 4,095 at the AT&T Center on Sunday afternoon. The power play went 3 for 3 in the first period, as the Rampage scored four goals in a period for the first
The Rampage kept rolling Friday night, winning their third in a row, 3-2 over the Rockford IceHogs before 6,045 spectators at the AT&T Center. Brett MacLean, Mathieu Beaudoin and Mikkel Boedker scored second-period goals, while Al Montoya stopped 36
Through five games, Rampage wing Brett MacLean had fired shot after shot at the net 28 in all but had only a single goal to show for it...Then you're just standing there, and one goes in off your stick. MacLean's deflection in front of the net scored
The Arizona Republic Scottie Upshall, who had major knee surgery in February, is passing test after test in the preseason...His burst of speed late in the game in Edmonton resulted in a goal to send the game into overtime. "My knee's been great,"
The Arizona Republic Mikkel Boedker entered last season with high hopes. He suffered a jolt when he was sent to the minors at the end of training camp, but he continued to raise the level of his game, and each time he was recalled, coach Dave Tippett
The Rampage kept their fans entertained Tuesday night at the AT&T Center. But interim coach Ray Edwards could do without the excitement. The Rampage bolted out to a four-goal second-period lead but needed overtime to stop the Peoria Rivermen 6-5 and