It was going to be a perfect way for the Coyotes to even up their record. A win on the road on the second night of a back-to-back against a powerful and relentless team would do wonders. And for two and a half periods, it looked like that was going to be the case. But, such cases are never the norm in hockey and in the case of the Coyotes, they were their own judge, jury and executioner.
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