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    The debut of Arizona Coyotes center Alex Galchenyuk was put on hold Tuesday as the team announced on Twitter that he was not expected to be ready to play for the regular season opener against Dallas on Oct. 4.
  • Arizona Coyotes reduce training camp roster to 31, send eight to Tucson

    In an effort to bring the Arizona Coyotes roster down to 23 players before the start of the regular season, general manager John Chayka announced eight players that have been assigned to the Tucson Roadrunners. 
  • Phoenix Suns announce dates for themed nights and giveaways

    The Phoenix Suns announced the dates for all home game giveaways and theme nights on Tuesday. The 2018-19 season highlighted bobblehead giveaways featuring Devin Booker, Josh Jackson and No. 1 rookie draft pick Deandre Ayton.
  • Behind Enemy Lines: Division-rival Seahawks prepare to visit Cardinals

    Beginning with the Seattle Seahawks at home on Sunday and ending with the San Francisco 49ers in Week 5, the Arizona Cardinals begin a critical two-week stretch against division rivals as they look to flip the script from their 0-3 start.
  • Alliance of American Football introduces Arizona team name

    The Arizona Hotshots is one of eight teams in the new pro football league that kicks off its first season in February. The team will play each home game at ASU's Sun Devil Stadium.
  • Suns’ challenge in Flagstaff is making Kokoskov’s offense reactionary

    Igor Kokoskov is known for his creativity and extensive playbook. The challenge is teaching the young Phoenix Suns to learn, execute and react rather than think about what to do on offense.
  • Saguaro community, led by famous alums, rallies around deli owner

    Long time Saguaro supporter Joe Casella was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer and Saguaro alums and current Arizona Cardinals D.J. Foster and Christian Kirk decided to help the local deli owner.
  • Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings Week 4: Rams the next No. 1

    For the third time in three weeks, there's a new number-one team in our NFL Power Rankings. Los Angeles Rams, step on up and take your spot.
  • Coyotes’ Antti Raanta to sport custom Kachina pads with alternate jersey

    Saturdays just got a little bit more exciting for Arizona goalie Antti Raanta, who recently added an extra piece of flare to the Coyotes alternate Kachina jerseys.
  • Trivia Tuesday: Arizona Cardinals 100-yard receivers

    The Cardinals have had 28 different players record 100-yard receiving games since 1988. Can you name them? Happy Trivia Tuesday!
  • Ketel Marte misses cycle as D-backs are outdueled by Dodgers

    Ketel Marte had a big game, but David Freese and the Los Angeles Dodgers offense didn’t back down, taking the 7-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday.
  • Christian Walker leaves game after taking pitch off helmet

    Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Christian Walker left the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers after being hit in the head by a pitch Monday night.
  • Chisholm named D-backs’ Player of Year, Widener wins Pitcher of Year

    The Arizona Diamondbacks named infielder Jazz Chisholm as the organization's Player of the Year, while Taylor Widener took home the Pitcher of the Year honors on Monday.
  • As ASU seeks offensive identity, rushing attack is front-runner

    After starting the season 2-2, the Arizona State Sun Devils may have finally found their offensive identity: a strong running game as they head into a home game this weekend against Oregon State.
  • ASU HC Herm Edwards on turnover barbell: ‘That was a new one’

    ASU head coach Herm Edwards was focused like a hawk on the team's road game against Washington, but doesn't mean he didn't catch a glimpse of Chase Lucas pumping some iron following his interception on Friday.