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  • Coyotes captain Ekman-Larsson scores game winner at IIHF Worlds

    Ekman-Larsson scored the game-winning goal for Sweden in its 4-3 win over Switzerland on Saturday in the group stage of the IIHF World Championships.
  • Coyotes’ Chychrun donates $10K to mental health awareness organization

    With May being mental health awareness, Coyotes defenseman Jakub Chychrun is using his personal experience to speak with youths that are struggling.
  • Coyotes change name of promos team from Paw Patrol to Coyotes Crew

    The Arizona Coyotes changed the name of their promotional team from Paw Patrol to now Coyotes Crew, they announced Wednesday.
  • Which major Valley team is closest to winning a championship?

    We asked our audience to tell us which major Valley sports team is closest to a championship. Here's a closer look at that question.
  • Coyotes to give out street hockey setup with weekend ticket package

    The Arizona Coyotes announced they will give out street hockey equipment with the purchase of the Weekender ticket package.
  • Coyotes’ Oliver Ekman-Larsson to captain Sweden at IIHF Worlds

    Team Sweden of the IIHF World Championship will be captained this year by Arizona Coyotes captain Oliver Ekman-Larsson, the team announced Wednesday.
  • Coyotes’ Oliver Ekman-Larsson named finalist for King Clancy trophy

    Coyotes captain Oliver Ekman-Larsson was named a finalist for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy for off-the-ice leadership and humanitarian contribution.
  • Ceiling is high, outcome TBD for trio of Arizona Coyotes

    The Arizona Coyotes need more offense. Three young forwards with high potential could be a big part of fixing that problem.
  • Coyotes’ Richardson wins inaugural Shane Doan Good Guy Award

    The first ever Shane Doan Good Guy Award for "respect for the media profession, accessibility and quotability" was given to Coyotes forward Brad Richardson.
  • In fixing goal-scoring woes, Coyotes will look to multiple factors

    The Arizona Coyotes weren't a good offensive team in 2018-19. But there's a few ways they can improve their goal-scoring going forward.
  • With 2 starting goalies, Coyotes have a luxury for 2019-20 season

    Trade one? Keep both? The Coyotes see it as a good thing that they have two goalies -- so don't assume that one's going anywhere.
  • A look back at the Arizona Coyotes’ past first round selections

    As the Arizona Coyotes look ahead to the draft in June, here's a reminder of the team's first round picks from the past five years.
  • Chayka: Offensive production needs to improve for Coyotes next season

    Coyotes GM John Chayka joined Doug & Wolf and said the team will need to improve offensively if Arizona is to become a contender next season.
  • Arizona Coyotes to select 14th in 2019 NHL Draft

    The Arizona Coyotes will have the No. 14 pick in the 2019 NHL Draft, it was revealed during the league's annual draft lottery on Tuesday.
  • Coyotes send Conor Garland to Tucson for AHL playoff push

    The Arizona Coyotes sent forward Conor Garland to AHL Tucson on Tuesday as the Roadrunners have three games left in their regular season.
  • Dissatisfying as 2018-19 was, Coyotes’ season showed progress

    The Arizona Coyotes aren't happy that they missed the playoffs, and their season wasn't perfect. But the takeaways from 2018-19 lend reason for optimism.
  • Coyotes’ season ends with both disappointment and pride

    The Arizona Coyotes' season ended on Saturday, with the coach and players expressing conflicting feelings of disappointment yet pride and optimism.
  • Coyotes announce end-of-season award winners; Kuemper named MVP

    Darcy Kuemper was one of the winners as the Arizona Coyotes announced their end-of-season awards in the team's finale on Saturday.
  • Coyotes’ Darcy Kuemper asked for Calvin Pickard to start last game

    In a display of class and being a good teammate, Coyotes goaltender Darcy Kuemper asked coach Rick Tocchet to start Calvin Pickard in the final game.
  • Arizona Coyotes send goaltender Adin Hill to Tucson

    The Arizona Coyotes on Friday announced they assigned goaltender Adin Hill to the Tucson Roadrunners, one day before the end of the Coyotes' season.