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    The Arizona Coyotes were in a different position as of Tuesday compared to the last time they hit the road for a multi-game trip.
  • Arizona Coyotes recall defenseman Dakota Mermis from Tucson

    The Arizona Coyotes recalled defenseman Dakota Mermis from the AHL's Tucson Roadrunners, the team announced Monday. Mermis has nine career NHL games of experience.
  • Coyotes’ homestand, win streak each end with loss to Flyers

    The Arizona Coyotes' homestand -- and win streak -- are both over. But even after a loss to the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday, there are positives to take away from the recent stretch.
  • Coyotes seek 6th straight win, perfect 5-game homestand

    The Coyotes are 4-0-0 on their current homestand, looking to make it a perfect 5-0-0 when they play the Flyers on Monday night.
  • Antti Raanta, OT goal lift Arizona Coyotes to fifth straight win

    A big night from Antti Raanta and an overtime game-winning goal from Michael Grabner were each monumental in the Coyotes' fifth straight win on Friday night against the Hurricanes.
  • Coyotes’ goal fest continues against Carolina Hurricanes

    Not too long ago, the Arizona Coyotes couldn't buy a goal. Now, they can't stop scoring, scoring three in four minutes against the Hurricanes.
  • Jeopardy! contestants draw blanks when it comes to hockey in Arizona

    Well, it ain't Bagdad, Arizona.
  • The 5: Biggest Arizona Coyotes storylines through one month

    Things seem to be going well for the Arizona Coyotes after a month of play. Here's a look at the five biggest stories surrounding the Coyotes on Nov. 1.
  • Coyotes on path to relevance following early season hot streak

    The Coyotes are suddenly scoring goals and winning games, flirting with relevance after the first month of the NHL season. They have a future. They have a chance.
  • By the numbers: Arizona Coyotes’ goal-scoring and penalty kill

    After a win against the Senators on Tuesday, Arizona is riding a four-game win streak into its Friday contest against the Hurricanes. Here's a look at what's gone right for the Coyotes, by the numbers.
  • Coyotes’ good approach and good fortune yield winning streak

    The Arizona Coyotes started the season with a lack of goal production. Now, a tweaked approach and better fortunes have led to lots of goals and a four-game win streak.
  • For improved Coyotes, penalty kill and defense have been critical

    The Coyotes' goal-scoring has picked up recently to help improve their record, but all along, Arizona's defense and penalty kill in particular have been a big factor.
  • NHL partners with MGM to share data for sports betting

    The NHL is following the NBA's lead by partnering with MGM Resorts International and providing the company with data for use in sports betting.
  • Arizona Coyotes win third straight with goal drought in rearview mirror

    The Coyotes were shut out three times in their first four games this season. In the last five games, they have scored 22 goals and won four times.
  • Coyotes goalie Raanta expected to start Saturday night

    After missing the past two games because of flu-like symptoms, Arizona Coyotes starting goalie Antti Raanta is expected to play Saturday against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
  • Arizona Coyotes get first home win of season to start ‘big’ homestand

    The Arizona Coyotes got their "big" five-game homestand underway, beating the Vancouver Canucks at Gila River Arena behind Clayton Keller and Darcy Kuemper.
  • Coyotes, Christian Fischer surging on offense after slow start

    After a 1-4-0 start to the season, the Arizona Coyotes are now 3-5-0 after an offensive surge led by right wing Christian Fischer.
  • Arizona Coyotes return home for important moment in season

    After leaving town for their first multi-game road trip of the season, the Coyotes return home for their first multi-game homestand of the season. This first one is an important one.
  • Arizona Coyotes assign Mario Kempe to Tucson

    The Arizona Coyotes announced on Thursday that forward Mario Kempe has been assigned to the Tucson Roadrunners. Kempe, 30, has played in four games this season and registered zero points.
  • Report: Arizona Coyotes put forward Mario Kempe on waivers

    The Arizona Coyotes have placed left wing Mario Kempe on waivers, Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman reported in a Tweet on Wednesday.