Prospect's growth should help game
After working on his frame in the offseason, this could be Turris' time to shine
Using the newly debuted projection system of Puck Prospectus, VUKOTA, Insider takes the temperature of players on every NHL team, continuing into the Pacific Division on Sunday with the Phoenix Coyotes.
Summer Skate -- Phoenix Coyotes
Phoenix, one of the worst teams in the NHL this past season, had an even worse offseason. Its bankruptcy has led to chaos on the ownership front, which has trickled down to the rest of the franchise. Despite having plenty of cap room, the Coyotes are struggling to sign additional talent to make the team competitive. This could be another difficult season in the desert, even with phenomenal talent such as Shane Doan on the roster.
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The writers of Puck Prospectus break out their new VUKOTA projection system to examine players trending up and sliding down on every NHL team. And in anticipation of training camp, E.J. Hradek dishes on an intriguing player that could have a big impact in 2009-10.
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