The Phoenix Coyotes' season ended sooner than anyone would have liked, with the team missing out on the postseason for the second consecutive year.
It was a shame to see a season that started with so much optimism end with so much disappointment, but that's where the team is at.
But how did the Coyotes get to this point?
Here's a look at the 2013-14 season, by the numbers:
Just three Coyotes -- Keith Yandle, Antoine Vermette and Mikkel Boedker -- played in all 82 games this season.
Oliver Ekman-Larsson's six game-winning goals were tops among NHL defensemen.
Phoenix finished the season with a -15 goal differential.
The Coyotes finished with 15 overtime losses, which tied them with two other teams for the second-most in the NHL.
The Coyotes scored on 19.9 percent of their power play opportunities, which was the fourth-best mark in the NHL.
As a team, the Coyotes won 52 percent of their faceoffs, which was fifth-best in the NHL.
Martin Hanzal led the Coyotes with 73 penalty minutes.
The Coyotes successfully killed just 79 percent of their penalties, which placed them 26th overall.
Though their 89 points were not enough to get them into the playoffs, it was the eighth-best total the team has had since moving to Arizona in 1996.