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2007-08 BEST MEMORIES

The players reflect on a positive season

Wednesday, 04.16.2008 / 2:17 PM / Features
By Heath Price-Khan
If you were to ask every member of the Phoenix Coyotes what their favorite memory of the 2007-08 season was there would certainly be a variety of answers. With so many young players stepping on the ice for their inaugural games, and scoring their first goals, this was a special season on many levels.

The fans of the Phoenix Coyotes certainly have a lot of great moments to choose from when they look back on this campaign. For some it might be Keith Ballard’s hip-check on opening night, or the Dan Carcillo one-punch knockout of Krys Barch. Others may have visions of one of the many huge game changing goals that Captain Shane Doan scored to carry this young team. We certainly cannot forget about the first career hat tricks for Peter Mueller and Dan Carcillo, or the big saves from Ilya Bryzgalov and Mikael Tellqvist.

Choosing the best moments of this season is a daunting task, so we asked several members of the Phoenix Coyotes to reflect on their favorite memories.

2007-08 Best Memories


 
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