FINAL
Sun. Dec 15
5 TEX
2 SAN
FINAL
Wed. Dec 18
2 SAN
4 TEX
FINAL
Fri. Dec 20
0 SAN
4 MIL
FINAL
Sat. Dec 21
2 SAN
3 IOW
FINAL
Fri. Dec 27
2 TEX
3 SAN
FINAL
Sat. Dec 28
2 SAN
5 TEX
FINAL
Fri. Jan 03
5 OKC
2 SAN
FINAL
Sat. Jan 04
3 SAN
5 OKC
FINAL
Tue. Jan 07
1 ABB
5 SAN
FINAL
Sat. Jan 11
3 ABB
2 SAN
FINAL
Mon. Jan 13
2 UTI
3 SAN
FINAL
Thu. Jan 16
4 MIL
5 SAN
FINAL
Sat. Jan 18
3 ROC
2 SAN
FINAL
Fri. Jan 24
5 IOW
4 SAN
FINAL
Sat. Jan 25
2 IOW
1 SAN
FINAL
Sun. Jan 26
5 GRA
6 SAN
FINAL
Wed. Jan 29
4 SAN
2 TEX
FINAL
Fri. Jan 31
4 TOR
3 SAN
FINAL
Wed. Feb 05
4 SAN
5 TOR
FINAL
Fri. Feb 07
4 SAN
1 LEM
FINAL
Sat. Feb 08
3 SAN
1 LEM
FINAL
Fri. Feb 14
2 SAN
1 GRA
FINAL
Sat. Feb 15
3 SAN
0 GRA
FINAL
Mon. Feb 17
4 SAN
1 HAM
FINAL
Fri. Feb 21
3 SAN
2 ROC
FINAL
Sat. Feb 22
1 SAN
2 TOR
FINAL
Sun. Feb 23
1 SAN
3 HAM
FINAL
Wed. Feb 26
3 SAN
0 UTI
FINAL
Sat. Mar 01
2 TEX
0 SAN
FINAL
Sun. Mar 02
5 SAN
6 OKC
FINAL
Fri. Mar 07
5 CHA
4 SAN
FINAL
Sun. Mar 09
4 CHA
3 SAN
FINAL
Tue. Mar 11
2 SAN
5 OKC
FINAL
Thu. Mar 13
1 GRA
2 SAN
FINAL
Sat. Mar 15
2 SAN
4 MIL
FINAL
Sun. Mar 16
1 SAN
2 IOW
FINAL
Fri. Mar 21
3 SAN
4 CHA
FINAL
Sun. Mar 23
4 SAN
2 CHA
FINAL
Tue. Mar 25
1 SAN
2 OKC
FINAL
Thu. Mar 27
4 TEX
5 SAN
FINAL
Fri. Mar 28
6 HAM
3 SAN
FINAL
Sun. Mar 30
4 HAM
3 SAN
FINAL
Tue. Apr 01
5 LEM
3 SAN
FINAL
Fri. Apr 04
2 CHA
5 SAN
FINAL
Sat. Apr 05
0 LEM
3 SAN
FINAL
Fri. Apr 11
0 SAN
5 TEX
FINAL
Sat. Apr 12
8 TEX
4 SAN
FINAL
Sun. Apr 13
0 TEX
1 SAN
FINAL
Thu. Apr 17
3 ABB
1 SAN
FINAL
Fri. Apr 18
3 ABB
0 SAN

Wednesday workout tips with Coyotes trainer Mike Bahn

If there is one activity you can do to help your game and prevent injuries, it is regularly performing a well-designed warm-up. There are times with the Coyotes that I may have to limit workouts, whether it be due to travel or schedule conflicts, facility and equipment limitations on the road or because the team needs the extra rest. However, I will NEVER cancel a warm-up session. Preparing the mind and body for intense activity is absolutely essential for injury prevention and performance enhancement.

When warming up, keep in mind that you are preparing the body to move. I shudder when I see coaches taking kids out in the parking lot for a “warm-up” by having them stretch for 10 minutes. Sitting or standing in one place and stretching a muscle for 30 seconds prepares the muscles to relax and lengthen, whereas in activity, you want them to be able to move explosively in various body positions. There is a time and place for stretching, but not during warm-up. By the end of your warm-up, maybe 10-15 minutes long, you should have moved the body through a variety of motions and worked up a light sweat.

Similar to workouts, you should always aim to perform body movements in a standing position; doing so utilizes more muscles and you will be simulating movement you do on the ice. Perfect posture is very important: head and chest up, back flat. Start with slow, controlled movements that move the hips and knees through a good range of motion, like bodyweight squats and lunges. Variety is important, like adding a slow, controlled twisting motion (see picture) to the lunge motion. Remember to maintain good posture, with the head and chest up and an upright torso.

You then progress to motions that involve a little more speed…light skipping, side shuffles, cross over and cross under steps, butt kicks and backpedals. Again, focus on quality of movement, not how fast you can go.

This is a basic exercise framework that prepares the body to move. Start with slow movements and gradually progress to faster, multi-directional movements.


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