Johnny Boychuk on the Coyotes: “They are a really skilled, fast team and sometimes they are underestimated. They are a really good team and can’t be underestimated because if you do that, you probably end up losing.”
Domi and Duclair: Two 20-year-olds, Max Domi and Anthony Duclair, have breathed life into the Coyotes organization. Domi leads the Coyotes with eight goals and is second on the team with 15 points, while Duclair’s seven goals are second-most on the team. Domi, a 2013 first-round pick, is the son of former NHLer Tie Domi, while Duclair was traded from the Rangers for Keith Yandle last season.
Capuano on Domi/Duclair: “They have some talented young players. When you have youth, energy and enthusiasm and right now they are playing hard and playing well."
“It’s a young man’s game. If you look at the youth around the league, some of these top draft picks they can step right in and help your hockey club. They are getting good ice time from [Coyotes coach] Dave [Tippett] on the other side and they are taking advantage of their opportunity.”