No real surprises here, but it's nice to see that Victor Soderstrom is on the roster, though I doubt he starts.
There are 32 players on this list, however, so I guess at least one of them won't be making the bubble which is curious.
Now on to the countdown
Coyotes Top 50 Players of All-Time
When we last left off, former Coyotes captain and all-time leading scorer Shane Doan had been named as the 7th best member of the Coyotes.
Many would have ranked him first, and that's fair, but I wanted to go by talent and single seasons, and not just longevity.
Today, coming in at #6 is Keith Yandle.
With 311 points in 555 games, Yandle is the Coyotes seventh all-time leading scorer, second among defensemen. He is 5th in games played.
Yandle played eight seasons with the Coyotes, and he was a 4th rounder who became a superstar, arguably the best draft pick in franchise history.
During the height of his powers, Yandle was among the NHL's best defenseman and was always crazy underrated. His 2010 season was his best, scoring 59 points.
Top 50 Movies of All-Time
49: Oh Brother Where Art Though?
48: Role Models
47: the Rock
46: Mission Impossible Franchise
45: Nicholas Cage Man Tetrology
43: The Art of Self Defense
41: The Winter Soldier
39: The 6th Day
38: Groundhog Day
37. The Batman Trilogy - Christopher Nolan
36: Jackie Brown
34: Who Framed Roger Rabbit
32: Adventure Land
31: Eyes Wide Shut
30: Semi Pro
29. Endgame/Ragnorak Trilogy
28. Baby Driver
24: Catch Me If You Can
22: Pop Star: Never Stop Stopping
21: Passenger 57
20: The John Hughes Trilogy
18: Source Code
17 Live. Die. Repeat
16. The Lethal Weapon Franchise
14: The Fugitive
13: The Prestige
12: Enemy of the State
11: Con Air
10: High Fidelity
08: the Terminator
07: the Royal Tannenbaums
Today, coming in at #6 is the 1997 John Woo masterpiece Face/Off staring John Travolta and Nicholas Cage in career best performances.
According to Wikipedia, the only Oscar Face/Off won was for Sound Editing, which is a joke, but what can you expect from those old stuffed shirts?
Face/Off is without a doubt one of the greatest action movies of all-time, but it's also got A-list actors taking what has the be the single most ridiculous plot in movie history dead seriously.
It's overlong, it's ridiculous, it makes almost no sense and yet it's amazing in every way a movie should be - it's fun, it makes you care, and it makes you think.
And that sound effects editing? Goddamn! (Just kidding, I have never watched a movie and thought about the editing of its sound effects).
The craziest thing I learned while researching this movie (OK reading one wiki page for five minutes) was that the lead roles almost when to Arnold and Stalone.
I don't think they have the chops to pull it off frankly.
This is the best movie Cage ever did, and that is saying a lot, because he's a genius who has dozens of great credits.