According to this very site, the Arizona Coyotes are an option for being one of the host city's should the NHL actually try and finish its season.
According to multiple sources, including livescience.com the Arizona government stopped using a university model of infection that gave them results that recommended against opening.
They found some "science" more to their liking, and now you can go to a restaurant or to get your hair cut like a maniac.
The governor couldn't be reached for comment because, presumably, he was out running with scissors in traffic.
Arizona is opening up faster than any qualified person recommends, and as such it is a terrible idea to host any potential NHL games, which themselves are probably terrible ideas.
Also, the Coyotes fired their Presidente, Ahron Cohen, as well as their CFO. According to Craig Morgan of the Athletic, who broke this story, this was a "forced departure" that occured because the owner wants his own people in place.
Morgan went on to say that there are no plans to make changes to the hockey operations side.
Top 50 Players in Coyotes History
Due to actual breaking news, and the fact that I am out of coffee, today's list will be on the short side.
Today coming in at #24 it's Zbynek Michalek, who is third in all-time games played for the organization. 140 points in 610 games isn't too hot, but Michalek was more about the defense.
I remember being a fan of him, but I can't say for sure if he was actually a good defensive player or just the type that gets appreciated, because he did three separate tours with the Coyotes, and when he was at his best the stats to figure this question out don't really exist.
Either way, he's #24.
Top 50 Films 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
An obvious classic that is just a delightfully fun movie to watch. I let it stand in here for all Spielberg movies, of which I have seen most. (Haven't caught War Horse yet though).
Over the last few months I've been collecting his movies and my collection is up to about 25 or so, having just recently watched the Color Purple, which was a good movie, don't get me wrong, but for some reason I was expecting a different movie with Prince.
It did not have Prince in it.
Anyways, few directors have the range or the longevity of Spielberg who has a ridiculous amount of good movies. Munich and A.I aren't even in his top ten and they're two of the best movies every made.
Catch Me is his best movie, in my opinion, but really, on any given day I might say E.T (which when I watched it recently I was finally old enough to find E.T's mom hot) or Jaws, or Lincoln. Whatever, they're all pretty much good.
You can't top a Leo and Hanks team up though. That $$$$ is gold.