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  • Christian Dvorak scores in OT to lift Coyotes past Rangers

    Christian Dvorak scored 1:04 into overtime and the Arizona Coyotes beat the New York Rangers 3-2 on Tuesday night for their fourth straight victory.
  • Coyotes win 3rd straight game, beat Ottawa at home to finish homestand

    The Coyotes took care of business at home, beating the Ottawa Senators and winning their third in a row to get nine out of the last 10 possible points.
  • Coyotes hold on-ice ceremony for Phil Kessel’s 1,000 NHL games

    Phil Kessel had the spotlight on him -- literally -- for a few minutes on Saturday as the Coyotes had a ceremony to honor his 1,000 games played.
  • Arizona Coyotes call up defenseman Aaron Ness, Oesterle to IR

    The Arizona Coyotes have announced they have called-up defenseman Aaron Ness from the AHL Tucson Roadrunners on Saturday.
  • Developments on the Coyotes trend mostly positive after win vs. Nashville

    The latest trends on the Arizona Coyotes, with the exception of a couple injuries, are moving in a positive direction following Thursday's game.
  • Coyotes D Oesterle leaves game after taking puck to back of head

    Arizona Coyotes defenseman Jordan Oesterle left Thursday's game against the Nashville Predators after taking a puck off the back of his head.
  • Arizona Coyotes form new Hispanic Advisory Board

    The board, which will be led by team majority owner Alex Meruelo, was created to help improve relations with the Latino community.
  • Coyotes score 4 unanswered goals, beat Jets on the road

    The Arizona Coyotes scored four straight goals against the Jets, including two from Christian Dvorak for a win on the road.
  • Challenge ahead: Coyotes have to ‘hold the fort’ with no Nik Hjalmarsson

    The Arizona Coyotes lost one of their most important players over the weekend, as Niklas Hjalmarsson is now out indefinitely with a lower-body injury.
  • Coyotes recall D Kyle Capobianco in wake of Hjalmarsson injury

    According to a report on Monday morning, fellow Arizona Coyotes Niklas Hjalmarsson will be out a while with a fractured fibula.
  • Report: Coyotes’ Hjalmarsson suffered cracked fibula, out months

    The Coyotes could be without defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson for about three months after he suffered a cracked fibula, reports The Athletic's Craig Morgan.
  • Arizona Coyotes’ Phil Kessel plays 1000th career game

    The Arizona Coyotes' game against the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday was the 1000th career game and 777th consecutive game for Phil Kessel.
  • Coyotes net two goals late, fall in overtime to Avalanche

    Antti Raanta was sharp in his first start of the season, stopping 29 shots. Michael Grabner and Nick Schmaltz scored for the Coyotes.
  • Coyotes’ Niklas Hjalmarsson exits game with lower body injury

    The defenseman was removed from Saturday's game against the Colorado Avalanche following the first period with what the team called a lower body injury.
  • Coyotes recall Lyubushkin, assign Capobianco to AHL

    The Arizona Coyotes recalled defenseman Ilya Lyubushkin on Friday and assigned defenseman Kyle Capobianco to the Tucson Roadrunners.
  • ‘Mute line’ makes noise as Coyotes earn 1st win, Barrett Hayton debuts

    Barrett Hayton made his NHL debut and scored his first career point as the Coyotes found chemistry in lines two and three.
  • Coyotes get long break between games; Barrett Hayton’s debut approaches

    Notes and news from Coyotes practice as the team has a long break; rookie Barrett Hayton looks like he's set to make his NHL debut.
  • Coyotes lose home opener but aren’t panicked by lack of goal-scoring

    The Arizona Coyotes haven't won a game yet. But that doesn't mean they're worried about what could come for their offense this season.
  • Arizona Coyotes recall G Antti Raanta, send Adin Hill to Tucson

    After starting the 2019-20 season in AHL Tucson on a conditioning loan, goaltender Antti Raanta has been recalled by the Arizona Coyotes.
  • Arizona Coyotes unveiling new food and drink items for 2019-20 season

    The Coyotes didn't just update the menu with a few fresh ideas, they changed up the game, creating numerous new food items available at Gila River Arena.