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  • Coyotes interview Stars assistant Todd Nelson for open HC job

    The Arizona Coyotes interviewed Dallas Stars assistant coach Todd Nelson for the team's vacant head coaching position, according to Arizona Sports' John Gambadoro.
  • Coyotes to interview Blues assistant Mike Van Ryn for head-coaching job

    The Arizona Coyotes are expected to interview St. Louis Blues assistant Mike Van Ryn next week, according to John Gambadoro.
  • Report: Coyotes special assistant to the GM Brian Daccord resigns

    The Arizona Coyotes now have no assistant general managers after the reported resignation of Brian Daccord, who was Bill Armstrong's first hire.
  • Coyotes sign forward Ben McCartney to 3-year entry-level deal

    Arizona Coyotes general manager Bill Armstrong said in a press release that the team has signed forward Ben McCartney to a three-year entry-level contract.
  • Coyotes’ Conor Garland heading to 1st world championship with Team USA

    After a standout year with the Coyotes, Conor Garland will be among the 26 players on Team USA at the Hockey World Championship in Latvia this summer.
  • Coyotes’ Armstrong on Tocchet: We were looking for new leadership, voice

    The Coyotes may have parted ways with Rick Tocchet Sunday but the organization continues to hold respect for the former head coach and his four-year tenure.
  • Phil Kessel named Arizona Coyotes’ nominee for Bill Masterton Trophy

    Phil Kessel has been named the Coyotes’ nominee for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, which recognizes perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.
  • Arizona Coyotes, head coach Rick Tocchet mutually agree to part ways

    The Arizona Coyotes and head coach Rick Tocchet have mutually agreed to part ways after four years at the helm, the team announced on Sunday.
  • Phil Kessel’s OT goal leads Coyotes past Sharks to end season

    Phil Kessel scored his 10th goal of the season against San Jose and the Arizona Coyotes ended their regular season with a 5-4 win over the Sharks on Saturday night.
  • Report: Coyotes’ Aaron Ness to make season debut in the final game

    Arizona Coyotes defenseman Aaron Ness will make his season debut for the team on the last game of the season against the San Jose Sharks.
  • Coyotes score 5 unanswered goals to defeat the San Jose Sharks

    Phil Kessel scored the go-ahead goal for his 900th career point and Victor Soderstrom scored his first NHL goal as the Coyotes beat the Sharks 5-2.
  • Coyotes knocked off by Los Angeles Kings in home season finale

    Jakob Chychrun had his 18th goal, which leads all NHL defensemen, and Oliver Ekman-Larsson also scored in the Coyotes' 4-2 loss to the Kings.
  • Arizona Coyotes eliminated from playoff contention after loss to Kings

    The race for a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs is now over for the Arizona Coyotes. A loss on Wednesday eliminated them from playoff contention.
  • That 1 couple from the D-backs game is now on a date at a Coyotes game

    A new couple went viral on Sunday night after a friend wanted to the Diamondbacks to track them down, and they're now out at a Coyotes game.
  • Arizona Coyotes sign FA goalie Karel Vejmelka to 1-year deal

    The Arizona Coyotes added some depth to their goalie position on Wednesday, signing NHL free agent Karel Vejmelka to a one-year deal for the 2021-22 season.
  • Coyotes’ playoff chances take big hit after loss to Kings

    The Arizona Coyotes' playoff chances took a big hit on Monday night after falling to the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 at Gila River Arena.
  • NHL West Division playoff tracker: Coyotes on brink of elimination

    With the Coyotes five points out of the fourth and final playoff spot in the West Division with three games left, Arizona is on the brink of elimination.
  • Coyotes’ Nick Schmaltz is late scratch after taking puck to head in warmup

    Arizona Coyotes center Nick Schmaltz did not play against the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night after getting hit in the head with a puck during warmup.
  • Coyotes come back to force OT, pick up point in loss to Golden Knights

    The Coyotes were called for too many men on the ice in overtime, which the Vegas Golden Knights capitalized on to beat Arizona 3-2 in OT on Saturday night.
  • Wins on wins: Arizona sports teams run the table Friday night

    On Friday night, the Suns, Coyotes, Diamondbacks and Rising all won their games and the Cardinals made Rondale Moore their second-round NFL draft pick.