With their longest slide of the season behind them, the Arizona Coyotes are focused on winning back-to-back games for the first time in a little over a month.
In the process, the visiting Coyotes can avenge a rout they suffered earlier this month by beating the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.
All-Star defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson recorded a short-handed goal off the opening faceoff...
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Arizona Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson somehow scored a shorthanded goal from beyond center ice to open the third period of Thursday night's game against Toronto.After the Coyotes won the face-off to open the third, Ekman-Larsson launched the puck down the ice towards the Maple Leafs net, and somehow it bounced past Maple Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier for the score. Even...
TORONTO (AP) Oliver Ekman-Larsson's unlikely goal was a light moment in a difficult season for the Arizona Coyotes. It also was a rough break for Jonathan Bernier and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Ekman-Larsson scored off the opening faceoff of the third period, and Arizona snapped a six-game losing streak by rallying for a 3-1 victory over Toronto on Thursday night.
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TORONTO -- Martin Hanzal scored the go-ahead goal and Mike Smith stopped 24 of 25 shots as the Arizona Coyotes beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1 on Thursday night.
Phil Kessel scored Toronto's goal, which came in the first period. The Leafs led 1-0 until Arizona's Oliver Ekman-Larsson netted a short-handed soft shot past Jonathan Bernier just five seconds into the third period.
The Coyotes roll on with their eight-game road trip tonight when they are in Toronto, and you can watch it on FOX Sports Arizona. It's another chance for you to win a Coyotes jersey autographed by a player, so make sure you are watching the telecast to find out what you need to do!
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The Flyers entered Tuesday night looking to build off their previous victory against the Penguins, six days ago. The All-Star break gave most Flyers a much needed rest while Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek saw themselves in Ohio to take part in the all-star festivities.
Tonight the Arizona Coyotes face the Philadelphia Flyers to kick off the second half of the season. Both teams will be well rested because they had the last couple of days off due to the all-star break. The Coyotes had success against Philly back in December when they beat them 4-2. 1st time all star Oliver Ekman-Larsson had a very good weekend as he scored two goals during the skills...
The Arizona Coyotes are a team in need of playmaking forwards and they have one prospect who should deliver that skill set for many years to come.
He is Max Domi of the London Knights, and on Friday night, the 19-year-old center scored one of the best hockey goals in any league in 2015.
Domi was on a breakaway and the Sarnia Sting goaltender came out to play the puck, but he was...
Arizona Coyotes prospect and London Knights forward Max Domi showed off his fantastic hand-eye coordination on this shorthanded goal. Rather than try to dangle around the Sarnia Sting goalie, he just flipped the puck in the air and deflected the puck into the net. [Next Impulse Sports]
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Max Domi is considered one of the top prospects in hockey and, on Friday night, he gave us another spectacular highlight to remind us why. The Phoenix Coyotes prospect – drafted with the 12th overall pick in last year’s draft – scored an absolute beauty while playing for the London Knights in OHL action, and
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Per Bob McKenzie on NHLN’s NHL Live yesterday (via Nichols on Hockey), the New York Rangers may have interest in Phoenix Arizona Coyotes center Antoine Vermette. Vermette is one of the few offensive bright spots on the ‘Yotes, but the 32 year old center is also a pending UFA primed to get a decent pay raise
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Arizona Coyotes leading scorer Mikkel Boedker is listed as week-to-week after having his spleen removed last weekend.
The left wing was injured in Sunday's game against Winnipeg after taking a hard hit. He kept playing, but later had to leave the game and had surgery later that night.
Boedker was out of the lineup Tuesday against Chicago, ending his consecutive games streak at...
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ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Forgive Devan Dubnyk if he was feeling a bit of confusion Saturday night.
The Minnesota Wild's new goaltender was set to make his first home start for his new team, but he's living out of a hotel room. In the same hotel was his former team, the Arizona Coyotes, and the players he'd be facing later that night.
In some ways, Dubnyk was thankful the experience wasn...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Coyotes are more experienced than most pro sports team at playing through uncertainty. Their four-year ownership odyssey taught them how to block out the most intrusive of distractions.
They'll be drawing from that well a lot over the next six weeks -- until the NHL's March 2 trade deadline has passed.
Arizona took the ice on Thursday at Gila River Arena for...
Do you miss the old days when the Phoenix Coyotes (now the Arizona Coyotes) wore crazy uniforms that had a Coyote holding a hockey stick surrounded by a ton of colors and designs? Of course you do. Who doesn’t?
Rejoice, original Coyotes fans. The team will return to their roots on March 5th and bring back the iconic (for better or worse) uniform they wore when they first entered...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Coyotes' roster overhaul has begun in earnest. Arizona shipped backup goalie Devan Dubnyk to Minnesota on Wednesday for a third-round draft pick in 2015.
Dubnyk will be an unrestricted free agent after the season. He signed a one-year, $800,000 deal in the offseason, so the move made sense for the Coyotes. He wasn't going to be back anyway and the Coyotes...
While they’ve managed to demonstrate a bit of competence lately, going (technically) over .500 in their last ten games, the Arizona Coyotes have had a rough go of things this season. With the calendar having just turned over to 2015, don’t expect those struggles to come to an end anytime soon. In fact, as the weeks begin to wear on, the news coming out of the desert could relate...
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For Max Domi, the road to the 2015 World Junior Hockey Championships has been one paved with much travail after failing to make Team Canada’s roster the previous year. Domi approached the decision made my Team Canada’s management and coaching staff in stride as made evident by comments prior to roster selections in the summer.
“You have to be...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Finding a home for Sam Gagner has been one of the biggest challenges Coyotes coach Dave Tippett has faced this season. In training camp and early in the year, Tippett tried Gagner at center, where Gagner had played in Edmonton and where he admitted he felt most comfortable.
As the season approaches its midpoint, however, Tippett has come to the conclusion that...
The Arizona Coyotes are slipping further and further out of the playoff picture and that has fans and analysts wondering what the club will do when it comes to rebuilding for the future. One of the names you’ve probably seen discussed is Antoine Vermette and it’s appearing more likely that he’ll be dealt in the near future.
Elliotte Friedman visited Calgary’s Sportsnet 960...
It appears that everybody enjoys making fun of Paul Bissonnette, even Google. As 2014 comes to a close, the multibillion dollar corporation has erected billboards featuring the biggest Internet searches of the past year, which apparently includes BizNasty’s “Ice Bucket Challenge.” If you haven’t seen the video yet, do yourself a favor and click that
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Arizona Coyotes rookie Tobias Rieder earned his place in franchise history Monday night.
The forward became the first rookie and second player in Coyotes history to score two shorthanded goals in one game. But Rieder’s feat is made even more impressive by the fact that his tallies against the Edmonton Oilers on Monday night came on the same penalty kill.
With Arizona’s Shane...