NEW: Arizona Coyotes players filed “multiple complaints” with the NHLPA during the past season regarding “sub-standard travel, lodging and logistical issues” that were in violation of the NHL collective bargaining agreement.
– Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) May 21, 2023
Larry Brooks of the New York Post wrote in a recent piece that some players have complained to the players’ association about travel and lodging problems. The result?
The Coyotes said they would address the situation this week. So, instead of listening to his players…
Doesn’t that sound like the Arizona Coyotes?
I don’t even want to imagine how the team’s fans are feeling right now.
After all, it really looks like the organization is laughing at its fans through the many “comical” tweets they’ve made in the last few days.
And on that subject, obviously… They covered themselves in ridicule once again earlier today with a controversial tweet.
In a poll, the team asks if the team should move to Arizona, Arizona, Arizona… Or, Arizona.
No, I didn’t mix up my words. That’s right:
Where should the Coyotes relocate to?
– Arizona Coyotes (@ArizonaCoyotes) May 22, 2023
At some point, it’s going to have to stop. In reality, they’re just laughing at everyone right now… And even though I’m not a fan of the team, it makes me really angry.
The worst part is… there’s nothing to stop them because you know as well as I do that the league isn’t going to intervene. That’s the sad part, I think.
Because, if we’re really honest, we have to say that this is a huge blot on the image of the National League. The NHL is sending out a message that it doesn’t seem to be taking the whole thing too seriously, even though it’s really all wrong in Arizona.
It’s frustrating for everyone, and it’s not getting any better.
– He’s in familiar territory, obviously.
Shayne Gostisbehere is back in Broward – but not to watch his childhood team.
He is trying to beat the Florida Panthers.
The first born-and-raised South Florida product to play in the NHL is also the first to play the Panthers in the playoffs.https://t.co/Hx46mnBCoT
– George Richards (@GeorgeRichards) May 22, 2023
– Justin Robidas is grateful to his father.
– Le Journal de Québec (@JdeQuebec) May 22, 2023
– Beautiful to see, isn’t it?
– ESPN (@espn) May 22, 2023
– I like him a lot. He’d be a great “fit” in Milwaukee.