Share this story...
Latest News
  • Despite injuries, Arizona Coyotes somehow still in playoff picture

    The Arizona Coyotes have dealt with an unusually large number of injuries to key players. And yet somehow, they're not far back of a playoff spot.
  • Arizona Coyotes send G Adin Hill to Tucson Roadrunners

    The Arizona Coyotes sent goaltender Adin Hill to Tucson on Monday a day after recalling goaltender Calvin Pickard from the Roadrunners.
  • Coyotes blown out by Flames, unable to complete Canadian sweep

    Jordan Oesterle scored for the lone goal for Arizona, which had its three-game winning streak halted in its Canadian road trip finale.
  • Arizona Coyotes recall goalie Calvin Pickard from Tucson

    The Arizona Coyotes announced Sunday they recalled goaltender Calvin Pickard from the Tucson Roadrunners. Pickard played four games for Tucson.
  • Garland scores 2 power-play goals, lifts Coyotes past Oilers

    Conor Garland scored a pair of power-play goals as the Arizona Coyotes defeated the Edmonton Oilers, 3-2, Saturday night.
  • Coyotes’ Garland scores goal off face, bleeds profusely, returns to game

    Scoring a goal in the NHL should bring joy, but it brought on a different emotion Saturday for Arizona Coyotes forward Conor Garland -- pain.
  • Coyotes trade for Flyers’ Jordan Weal to bolster forward depth

    Weal, 26, has nine points in 28 games with the Flyers this season and will bolster the Coyotes' center position, which has been depleted with injuries.
  • Coyotes center Brad Richardson heads to IR with hand injury

    Arizona Coyotes center and leading scorer Brad Richardson will miss at least four weeks, marking yet another injury to an already-battered lineup.
  • Panik scores twice, Coyotes beat Canucks in OT

    Ricard Panik scored twice for the Arizona Coyotes, including the game-winning goal in overtime against the Vancouver Canucks.
  • Arizona Coyotes recall Michael Bunting from Tucson Roadrunners

    The Arizona Coyotes recalled forward Michael Bunting from the Tucson Roadrunners on Tuesday.
  • Coyotes center Nick Schmaltz to miss rest of season with lower-body injury

    Arizona Coyotes center Nick Schmaltz will be out for the rest of the 2018-19 season after suffering a lower-body injury, the team announced on Tuesday.
  • Coyotes bulldoze Rangers in shutout; Tocchet gets 100th win

    The Arizona Coyotes shut out the New York Rangers 5-0 on Sunday as head coach Rick Tocchet got his 100th career NHL win as a head coach.
  • Injuries killing Coyotes’ continuity at season’s halfway point

    Injuries are making it hard for the Coyotes to have a consistent lineup, but they also know that half the season remains on the schedule.
  • Coyotes’ Nick Schmaltz placed on IR with week-to-week injury

    Shortly after the Arizona Coyotes recalled Laurent Dauphin, they announced center Nick Schmaltz was placed onto injured reserve with a lower-body injury.
  • Arizona Coyotes recall center Laurent Dauphin from Tucson

    Laurent Dauphin, who has yet to appear in an Arizona Coyotes game this season, was recalled from the Tucson Roadrunners on Thursday.
  • Coyotes’ lone goal not enough against McDavid-led Oilers

    The Arizona Coyotes scored just one goal against the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday, while Connor McDavid did Connor McDavid things.
  • Coyotes’ Ekman-Larsson chosen for NHL All-Star game’s ‘Last Men In’

    Clayton Keller may not be the only Arizona Coyotes player to participate in the 2019 NHL All-Star Game. Oliver Ekman-Larsson could, too.
  • Arizona Coyotes’ Clayton Keller selected to 2019 NHL All-Star Game

    Coyotes 20-year-old forward Clayton Keller on Wednesday was selected to the NHL All-Star Game later this month in San Jose.
  • Tocchet: Injuries disrupting Arizona Coyotes’ continuity

    Seven Coyotes players have missed at least 10 games this season due to injury, an issue that coach Rick Tocchet told Burns and Gambo has frustrated him.
  • Arizona Coyotes release letter to fans, address ownership speculation

    The Arizona Coyotes released a letter to their fanbase on Tuesday, addressing reports and speculation regarding the team's ownership situation.