Arizona Republic "The first major wave of change infiltrated NHL teams last weekend at the draft when a steady carousel of trades touched off a rousing round of musical chairs that saw many of the Coyotes' division rivals make key additions. Arizona was a minor player in the action, striking only one deal (the..." July 01
Edmonton Journal "Boyd Gordon is going back to the desert. The Arizona Coyotes re-aquired the centreman from the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday for forward Lauri Korpikoski. “We are very pleased to re-acquire Boyd Gordon,” said Coyotes general manager Don Maloney. “Boyd is an excellent defensive centre who is one..." June 30
Edmonton Journal "You could tell Boyd Gordon was in serious distress as he sat on the bench late in the Edmonton Oilers’ 2-1 win over San Jose Sharks on Sunday. Gordon’s aching back made him a scratch for the Oilers’ rematch against the Sharks Tuesday in San Jose and for Wednesday’s game in Anaheim against the..." December 10
Edmonton Sun "The Edmonton Oilers added Boyd Gordon to their ever-growing pile of players who are done for the season. Gordon, who has a minor shoulder issue, joins Jesse Joensuu (ankle), Ryan Jones (knee), Nail Yakupov (ankle), Andrew Ference (chest) and Luke Gazdic (shoulder) in the premature summer..." April 10
Coach Eakins announces Bryzgalov gets the start again vs. #LAKings. Hemsky also back in, will play with Gordon and Smyth. Joensuu out.
Pro Hockey Talk "The Edmonton Oilers will get veteran checking center Boyd Gordon back into the lineup when they take on the Canucks Friday in Vancouver, the club announced. Gordon, 30, has missed the last six games with a shoulder injury suffered during a game against Columbus on Nov. 29. Prior to getting hurt..." December 13
Extent of Bryzgalov's upper-body injury still TBD, says Coach Eakins. Gordon and Larsen also remain questionable for Tues vs. Phoenix.
Boyd Gordon won't play tonight against Dallas after getting injured Friday night in Columbus. Will Acton draws back in at centre.
Edmonton Sun "Prior to arriving in Edmonton Boyd Gordon was perceived to be solely a bottom-six forward. That’s all he’d ever been with the Washington Capitals and Phoenix Coyotes. But out of necessity the Edmonton Oilers have been forced to move Gordon up in the lineup and so far the veteran centre has..." October 09