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    Taylor Hall, an Arizona Coyotes forward for the second half of this past season, is all but gone after GM Bill Armstrong said they have agreed to move on.
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    The Arizona Coyotes selected defenseman Mitchell Miller with their first NHL Draft selection in 2020, a fourth-round pick at 111th overall.
  • Coyotes sit out ‘Christmas’ of 1st round; GM comments on OEL’s deadline

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  • NHL announces Jan. 1 as target date for start of 2021 season

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  • Coyotes celebrate 25th anniversary with jersey patches, center ice logo

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  • Arizona Coyotes hire Cory Banika as an amateur scout

    Cory Banika spent five seasons in the scouting department for the St. Louis Blues, and most recently, three seasons with the Buffalo Sabres.
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  • Coyotes sign defensemen Ilya Lyubushkin, Kyle Capobianco

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  • Coyotes buying out forward Michael Grabner

    The Arizona Coyotes have waived forward Michael Grabner with the intention of buying out his contract, according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman.
  • Coyotes name Ryan Jankowski as associate director of amateur scouting

    Ryan Jankowksi joins the Coyotes as the team's associate director of amateur scouting after spending the last two years with the Buffalo Sabres.
  • Report: Oliver Ekman-Larsson trade market ‘intensifying’ for Coyotes

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  • Coyotes hire Darryl Plandowski as director of amateur scouting

    The Arizona Coyotes have hired former Tampa Bay Lightning assistant director of amateur scouting Darryl Plandowski as their director of amateur scouting.
  • Coyotes name new Arizona Kachinas training facility in Mesa

    The Arizona Coyotes and Hill Hockey announced Tuesday that a new rink in Mesa will be named the Coyotes Community Ice Center.
  • Coyotes hire Brian Daccord as special assistant to GM

    The Arizona Coyotes officially hired Brian Daccord as special assistant to the GM and director of goaltending operations on Friday.
  • New Coyotes GM Armstrong: ‘I’m a big culture guy. Do your job’

    Recently-hired Arizona Coyotes' GM Bill Armstrong discussed choosing the Coyotes and establishing a culture on Wednesday's Doug & Wolf show.
  • Coyotes president Xavier Gutierrez addresses team’s economic challenges

    Arizona Coyotes president and CEO Xavier Gutierrez addressed some of the team's economic challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Coyotes GM Bill Armstrong wants to bring gritty, collaborative change

    "What we're going to tell the players is it's not a nice place to live. It's a place to win a championship," new Arizona Coyotes GM Bill Armstrong said.
  • Arizona Coyotes fire assistant GM Lindsay Hofford

    The Arizona Coyotes' offseason of discontent continued on Tuesday after assistant GM and director of scouting Lindsay Hofford was fired.
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