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  • Roadrunners’ Adin Hill is playing the part of Coyotes’ goalie of the future

    At the moment, the expected goalie of the future is 2015 third-round pick Adin Hill, the starter for the Coyotes’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Tucson Roadrunners.
  • An early look at the Coyotes’ NHL Draft options at No. 5

    Coyotes general manager John Chayka didn’t hesitate when asked what the team’s philosophy would be for the No. 5 overall pick in the 2018 NHL Draft.
  • In past 6 years, Coyotes have not benefited from NHL Draft Lottery

    The NHL Draft Lottery on Saturday produced a familiar result for the Coyotes. They didn’t benefit from it. It hurt them.
  • Arizona Coyotes land No. 5 pick at NHL Draft Lottery

    Arizona’s longstanding curse with draft lotteries and coin flips continued on Saturday at the NHL Draft Lottery in Toronto.
  • Tucson Roadrunners advance to second round of AHL playoffs

    The Tucson Roadrunners, the Arizona Coyotes' minor league affiliate, advanced to the next round of the AHL playoffs Friday night.
  • However NHL Draft Lottery plays out, Chayka sees good options for Coyotes

    Coyotes president of hockey operations and general manager John Chayka isn’t bringing any talismans, trinkets or good-luck charms to the NHL Draft Lottery in Toronto on Saturday.
  • Roadrunners’ home playoff debut a rousing success

    There was a tailgate event in 92-degree heat. There were sombreros and cowbells at a hockey game. There was a WhiteOut in Arizona for the first time in six years. And then there was a blowout.
  • Shane Doan jersey in auction to raise funds for Humboldt Broncos victims

    Former Arizona Coyotes captain Shane Doan's signed jersey is one of many up for auction in an effort to support the families affected by the Humboldt Bronco hockey team's bus crash.
  • Brad Richardson seeking multi-year deal to remain with Coyotes

    Brad Richardson needed the first three months of the 2017-18 NHL season just to get comfortable on the ice. He was adapting to a rebuilt leg.
  • Coyotes’ Ekman-Larsson nominated for King Clancy Memorial Trophy

    The NHL announced the 31 team nominees for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy Wednesday. Among the candidates is Arizona Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson.
  • Coyotes’ Clayton Keller announced Calder Memorial Trophy Finalist

    As a 19-year-old, Clayton Keller is the first Coyotes rookie to be nominated for the Calder Trophy since the team moved to Arizona.
  • What are Clayton Keller’s Calder Memorial Trophy chances?

    With finalists for the 2018 NHL Awards set to be announced on Sunday, the Arizona Coyotes' Clayton Keller could be up for the Calder Memorial Trophy. 
  • ‘Yotes Notes: Max Domi still a core piece of Arizona’s future

    Arizona Coyotes general manager John Chayka said Friday that forward Max Domi is still a core piece of the Coyotes' future.
  • Roadrunners are Calder Cup contenders in Year 2 of existence

    Steve Sullivan isn't the type to tell old war stories. If he were, the Tucson Roadrunners GM could offer helpful advice to his team as it begins the AHL playoffs.
  • Coyotes sign defenseman Jordan Gross to two-year deal

    The Arizona Coyotes announced Thursday they have signed defenseman Jordan Gross to a two-year deal.