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    The NHL Draft is one week away. NHL free agency begins in a little more than two weeks. Here are 10 questions to keep an eye on with the Arizona Coyotes.
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  • Like Yuta: Watanabe aims to be second Japanese-born player in NBA history

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  • Cardinals sign WR Greg Little, release Cobi Hamilton

    The Arizona Cardinals have signed wide receiver Greg Little and released wide receiver Cobi Hamilton.
  • 2018 NHL Draft prediction tracker: Players to watch at No. 5 for Coyotes

    If we know one thing about the NHL Draft this year, it's that there's a lot of difference in opinion over what order to rank the top 10-or-so prospects.
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    After spending time with former Arizona Wildcat Deandre Ayton off the court, SI.com writer Andrew Sharp can now say that the big man's confidence isn't all for show.
  • Matt Koch, David Peralta power D-backs past New York Mets

    Matt Koch got his third win in his last four starts and David Peralta hit a pair of solo home runs in the D-backs' victory.
  • D-backs’ Double-A Jackson team throws no-hitter with 5 pitchers

    A rain delay stopped Justin Donatella after three innings of hitless ball, but the Double-A Jackson relief pitchers came through.
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    David Peralta hit a pair of home runs and Paul Goldschmidt added one of his own as the Arizona Diamondbacks managed to beat the New York Mets on Thursday.
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