Charlie Coyle RUMORS & NEWS

  • Blackhawks' Keith will not appeal suspension, apologized to Coyle

    The Score "After being banned six games for a stick-swinging incident against the Minnesota Wild, Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith told reporters Saturday he will not appeal the suspension. "There's a limit there and I gotta know that," Keith said, according to Mark Lazerus of the Sun-Times. "I..." April 02

  • Wild’s Charlie Coyle ‘stunned’ by Duncan Keith’s stick to his face

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "Charlie Coyle said he was “stunned” when Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith swung his stick into Coyle’s face during the Wild’s 4-1 victory Tuesday night. The play, which resulted in Keith’s ejection Tuesday and a looming suspension, left Coyle with a black eye and stitches on his nose. He said..." March 31

  • Wild's Coyle excelling in all areas — except goal-scoring

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "Mike Yeo said he'd never put a ceiling on a player, especially one with the physical tools of a Charlie Coyle, but four years into his NHL career, the jury's still out as to exactly what type of player Coyle will mature into. At 6-3 and 221 pounds with the ability to skate and versatility to..." December 21

  • Wild's Coyle finds confidence, game since All-Star break

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "The idea, when Charlie Coyle went back to Massachusetts over the NHL All-Star break, was to clear his mind rather than obsess on what was going wrong. Clearly struggling, a little frustrated, and maybe lacking some confidence, Coyle went home to find his game. It appears he brought it..." March 19

  • Wild sign Coyle to 5-year extension worth a reported $16 million

    The Score "The Minnesota Wild have signed young forward Charlie Coyle to a five-year extension, as announced on the team's website Wednesday. Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports the contract is worth $16 million. Coyle, 22, has two points in four games this season, and tallied 30 points in 70 games..." October 22

  • Charlie Coyle was playing with two separated shoulders

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "Mike Yeo alluded to it last night, but in the coming days when the Wild has its end-of-the-year access, we're going to find out the rigors that some players were playing under. One I can tell you for sure after digging a little today: Charlie Coyle was playing with both a separated left..." May 14

  • Wild: Charlie Coyle aggravates knee injury, won't play tonight

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "One game removed from his return to the Wild lineup following a four-week absence, Charlie Coyle will miss Sunday night's game against New Jersey. Wild coach Mike Yeo said Coyle didn't return too early from a knee sprain, but said Coyle re-aggravated the injury. "He's definitely been..." November 03

  • After 11-game absence, Coyle returns to Wild lineup tonight

    Pro Hockey Talk "Charlie Coyle will return from a knee injury tonight from Minnesota, and he’ll do it on a new-look line. Coyle, who’s played just two games this season, will suit up for the first time in 11 contests on Friday against Montreal, on a unit featuring leading scorer Zach Parise and one of either..." November 01

  • Wild's Charlie Coyle to miss 3-4 weeks with a sprained knee

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "Second-line center Charlie Coyle will miss 3-4 weeks with a sprained knee the Wild announced tonight. The injury occurred with 8:54 left in the second period Saturday against Anaheim when Coyle was checked in the neutral zone by the Ducks' Andrew Cogliano. This is a huge blow for Coyle and the..." October 07

  • Wild's Coyle leaves game with injury "Minnesota Wild forward Charlie Coyle left Saturday's game against the Anaheim Ducks with a lower-body injury. He has been ruled out for the remainder of the game. Coyle appeared to injure himself in a collision with Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano midway through the second period. " October 06

  • Rookie Charlie Coyle replaces Dany Heatley on top line for a day

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "With so many new faces and so little time to prepare for the NHL's lockout-truncated season, the Wild knew they could be at a disadvantage early as players got comfortable. But the reality of the NHL's 48-game schedule is that while the Wild want to keep from panicking, they don't have the..." February 07