Forfeited Draft Picks Are Chayka’s Parting Gift to Coyotes
It has been 32 days since John Chayka quit as the general manager and president of hockey operations of the Arizona Coyotes, but the consequences of his actions during his tenure in the desert are still being felt. Earlier in the 2019-20 season, when Chayka was still employed by Arizona, news broke that the NHL […]
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Coyotes Demolished in Game 5, Exit Playoffs With a Whimper
After they were embarrassed by a 7-1 score in Game 4 of their Stanley Cup playoffs first-round series against the Colorado Avalanche, all eyes were on the Arizona Coyotes on Wednesday afternoon. Would they show some intestinal fortitude and get back into the series, or would they fold and bow out of the playoffs after […]
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Coyotes Embarrassed by Avs in Game 4, on Brink of Elimination
After narrowly picking up a win in Game 3 of their Stanley Cup playoffs first-round series against the Colorado Avalanche, the Arizona Coyotes entered Game 4 on Monday with an opportunity to get things all tied up at two games apiece. Instead, they were completely and utterly dominated, losing 7-1 to fall behind three games […]
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Coyotes Split Back-to-Back, Stay Alive vs Avs
On Saturday afternoon in Edmonton, the veterans came through for the Arizona Coyotes, as the club picked up a huge 4-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche in Game 3 of the Western Conference First Round to cut their series deficit to 2-1. It was the Coyotes’ first Stanley Cup playoff victory since Game 4 of […]
Coyotes Fall Flat in Game 1 Despite Kuemper’s Heroics
On Wednesday afternoon at Rogers Place in Edmonton, AB, the Arizona Coyotes participated in their first Stanley Cup playoff game since May 22, 2012 – a span of 3,004 days. Somebody apparently forgot to tell the players that a playoff game was taking place, though, as they sleepwalked their way to a 3-0 shutout defeat […]
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Previewing the Coyotes-Avalanche Matchup
On Friday afternoon, the Arizona Coyotes finished off the Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup qualifiers, winning Game 4 in overtime on a Brad Richardson goal that clinched the franchise’s first playoff appearance since the 2011-12 season. The eight-year drought is over. The ‘Yotes are officially back in the postseason. Their reward for getting over […]
Coyotes Push Preds to the Brink of Elimination
After posting a 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators in Game 1 of the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs qualifying round on Sunday, the Arizona Coyotes split Games 2 and 3 with the Preds on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively, and are now just a single win away from advancing to the 16-team playoff field, and their […]
Kuemper-Led Coyotes Hold Off Preds in Game 1
In the team’s first playoff game in 2,994 days, the Arizona Coyotes raced out to a 3-0 lead on the Nashville Predators on Sunday afternoon in Edmonton and ultimately held on for a 4-3 victory. With the win, Arizona took a 1-0 series lead in the best-of-five Stanley Cup playoffs qualifying round. Coyotes Set the […]
Chayka’s Departure Leaves More Questions Than Answers in Arizona
Up until a week ago, it seemed as if John Chayka’s place in the Arizona Coyotes organization as the club’s general manager was relatively secure. During his four years on the job, the 31-year-old had completely revamped Arizona’s roster, adding players like Nick Schmaltz, Phil Kessel, Carl Soderberg, Taylor Hall, Alex Goligoski, Niklas Hjalmarsson, Darcy […]
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Coyotes’ Shane Doan – A Hockey Hall of Famer?
Later in the day on Wednesday, the Hockey Hall of Fame will announce the inductees that will make up the Class of 2020. The list of players who could enter the HHOF this year is stronger than usual, with recently retired stars like Jarome Iginla and Marian Hossa now eligible for induction. Returnees like Daniel […]
Previewing the Coyotes-Predators Matchup
When the National Hockey League resumes play, the top 12 teams in each conference will skip straight to what is, in essence, the Stanley Cup playoffs. The No. 5 through No. 12 teams in the East and West will first play in a “qualifying round” to decide who will reach the final 16-team playoff field, […]
Coyotes That Got Away: Devan Dubnyk and Thomas Greiss
During Mike Smith’s tenure as the Arizona Coyotes’ starting goaltender from 2011 to 2017, the club employed a long list of backup netminders. From veterans like Jason LaBarbera to young guys like Louis Domingue, we saw a lot of goaltenders take the ice in the Valley of the Sun during the previous decade. Many of […]
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Arizona Coyotes Logo History
Despite being less than 25 years old, the Arizona Coyotes franchise already has a place in the National Hockey League history books. The team, like every club in the NHL, has seen its ups and downs over the last quarter-century, but the franchise’s struggles have, more often than not, received the most attention in the […]
Coyotes That Got Away: Stanley Cup Champion Role Players
“Wait, he played for that team?” Every NHL club seems to have a few of these guys in the record books. You know the ones – a team elects not to bring back a player, who then immediately has success in a different organization, thus burning his old franchise for years and sometimes even decades […]
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Coyotes That Got Away: Nikolai Khabibulin
Every team in professional sports has, at one point or another, made a player personnel decision that has come back to bite them. Whether it’s giving up on a prospect too early, trading a star player and getting nothing of value in return, or allowing a key player to leave via free agency for financial […]
Coyotes: Looking Ahead to the 2021 Expansion Draft
It seems like just yesterday that we were playing around with the CapFriendly Expansion Draft simulator in anticipation of the Vegas Golden Knights entering the National Hockey League during the 2017 offseason, but yet another such occurrence is right around the corner. The yet-to-be-named Seattle franchise, which will begin play in 2021-22, will draft its […]
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Coyotes’ Playoff Hopes on Life Support
Let’s not sugarcoat things. The Arizona Coyotes had an absolute nightmare of a Western Canada road trip over the past few days – one which has put their playoff hopes in grave danger. After picking up a massive come-from-behind victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday, the ‘Yotes followed that up with visits to the […]
Hayton’s Possible Path to the Coyotes’ AHL Affiliate
By now, it’s likely that both the Arizona Coyotes organization and its fans are very familiar with the restrictions of the Canadian Hockey League/National Hockey League (CHL/NHL) transfer agreement. You know, the rule that meant players like Max Domi, Dylan Strome, and others had to go back to their junior clubs even though they clearly […]
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Coyotes Weekly: Getting Hot at the Right Time
After falling just short of earning a playoff berth in 2018-19, it looks like the Arizona Coyotes have their sights set on avoiding another disappointment in 2019-20. Following Wednesday’s huge 4-2 regulation road win over the Vancouver Canucks, the ‘Yotes find themselves as winners of three of their last four, which has put them in […]
Coyotes Weekly: Bad Losses Beginning to Add Up
There are just 16 games remaining in the 2019-20 regular season for the Arizona Coyotes, and the team finds themselves in a perilous position when it comes to ending a seven-year postseason appearance drought and qualifying for the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs. The ‘Yotes have won just five times over the last 43 days, and […]
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