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Coyotes to retire Shane Doan’s number in February

The Arizona Coyotes will retire former captain Shane Doan’s number during a pregame ceremony on Feb. 24. Doan will have his No. 19 retired before the Coyotes face the Winnipeg Jets, joining former Coyotes players Keith Tkachuk, Jeremy Roenick and Teppo Numminen in the franchise’s ring of honor. Former Winnipeg players Bobby Hull, Thomas Steen and Dale Hawerchuk also are in the Coyotes’ ring of honor.

Blackhawks unload Marian Hossa’s contract in trade with Coyotes

The Blackhawks have traded Marian Hossa and Vinnie Hinostroza in a blockbuster deal with the Arizona Coyotes, parting with a promising young forward in order to clear out a troublesome contract. The Blackhawks also sent defenseman Jordan Oesterle and a third-round pick in the 2019 draft to the Coyotes for forwards Marcus Kruger, MacKenzie Entwistle and Jordan Maletta, defenseman Andrew Campbell and a fifth-round pick in next year’s draft.

Judge: Agency failed to justify Idaho wildlife killing plans

A court has ruled that a federal agency’s justifications for killing coyotes and mountain lions and other predators in Idaho to protect livestock and other wildlife such as elk violates environmental laws because they lack a scientific review.

Reader photo: Two coyotes taking in the view

Photographer Joanie Christian spotted these two coyotes playing in the snow on the shore of Lake Roosevelt in late February. After scampering around for a short while the two wild canines laid down in the snow and watched nearby waterfowl, Christian said.

Urban Coyotes 1

Coyotes have thrived in many of the U.S.’s largest cities – including Chicago, New York and Portland. It’s no different in Spokane. In this video a coyote stalks through the backyard of a Spokane home near Lincoln Park in on December 14, 2017.

Urban Coyotes 2

Coyotes have thrived in many of the U.S.’s largest cities – including Chicago, New York and Portland. It’s no different in Spokane. In this video a coyote chases a deer through a south Hill neighborhood, near Lincoln Park on May 10, 2016.

South Dakota hands Eastern Washington its fourth straight loss

Despite a career day from Mason Peatling, the Eastern Washington men’s basketball team fell short again Sunday afternoon. Peatling scored 19 points for the Eagles, who lost their fourth straight after watching South Dakota’s Matt Mooney score nine of his 19 points in the final 2:37 of a 75-73 Coyotes’ victory.

Coyotes captain Shane Doan retires after 21 seasons

Arizona Coyotes captain Shane Doan had chances to leave the desert for a better shot at winning the Stanley Cup. Every time, he resisted the urge, a loyalty that cemented his legacy as one of the most beloved athletes in Valley of the Sun history.

Steve Patterson, Rick Tocchet to help lead Coyotes in new direction

Steve Patterson and Rick Tocchet have returned to Phoenix to help the Arizona Coyotes become consistent on the ice and find a permanent home. Tocchet played three seasons with the Coyotes before becoming their coach this week, while Patterson worked at Arizona State before becoming the team’s president and CEO.

Game cam photos compare wolf-coyote differences

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- It's not uncommon for people to underestimate the size of a gray wolf. An adult male stands about 30 inches at the shoulder, weighs 70-120 pounds and can be more than 6 feet long from the tip of nose to point of...

Cyanide device on U.S. land in Idaho broke agency policy

A cyanide device for killing coyotes that spewed the poison on a boy and killed his dog was set up on public land in Idaho in February despite a decision months earlier by federal officials to halt use of the devices on all U.S.-owned land in the state, officials said Tuesday.