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Phoenix Fans Left Wondering Written by Habs4Life - October 28th, 2010

Ovechkin above was the new price acquisition for the Coyotes this summer and now fans wonder if he will still be around for the beginning of the season. Below a is Phil Kessel the new acquisiton for Larouche that moved Spezza.

Phoenix, Arizona

The GM of Phoenix made another move Tuesday evening that left some fans wondering where the club is heading. The team got off to a strong start to the pre-season however since the club as lost 3 games in a row and coach Richards asked his gm to shake things up after seeing the club get out shot in every assets.

Jason Spezza who was brought in from Florida to center the top line with AO struggled and with the coaching staff trying different teammates could not get the two going. Spezza does not feel any regret and just feels he did not get a fair chance to prove himself. He had this to say on his way to his home to get things sorted out to head for Calgary. "I just wish I could of had a longer look and just feel that I did got get a fair chance. I gave it all I had and look forward to going back to the Flames organization."

The Coyotes sent the young center to the Flames for another struggling forward Phil Kessel, young ICHF dman Jon Blum and Calgary's 2nd round pick in 2011.

What the fans are more concerned with now is that as I was writing this article it was announced that Larouche confirmed that Alexander Ovechkin was being made available. Many now will question the gm's sanity with the last few moves made and the fact the club now does not have a number one center and it's best player is now on the open market.

Will the fans show up or will they just decide that this club is slowly drowning and going back to its old ways of selling their star players and not making the playoffs. Only time will tell.

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