The Arizona State hockey team needs to string together victories and post some signature wins along the way if it hopes to return to the NCAA Tournament.
When the Coyotes began the season with a 1-13-1 record, there was talk among league executives and media that this might be the worst team in the salary cap era, and one of the worst of all time. Arizona had the fewest goals in the NHL (23), the most goals allowed (60), the worst power-play percentage and the second worst...
Scott Wedgewood knows that a lengthy stay in Arizona is not guaranteed. When Carter Hutton returns, the Coyotes will have a glut of goalies. Something will have to give. Wedgewood hopes that his play will finally make him that immovable piece.
Barrett Hayton, Clayton Keller and the goaltending situation were among the topics in this month's PHNX Coyotes mailbag.
The Coyotes will honor senior director of hockey development Matt Shott on Hockey Fights Cancer Night when the Coyotes face the Ted Wings at Gila River Arena 6 p.m. Shott is battling bile duct cancer.
The faces and the names may have changed, but there is something about the Blues that brings out the best in this Coyotes, who improved to 7-2-1 in their last 10 games in St. Louis with a 3-2 win on Tuesday.
The Coyotes next few seasons may be painful to watch, but GM Bill Armstrong insists that he won't waver from the course he has set for this franchise.