Arizona Coyotes

Recently, Russian defenseman Ilya Lyubushkin signed with the Arizona Coyotes. The 24-year-old player has signed a one-year contract for $925,000. In this translated interview, Lyubushkin talked about his move to Arizona, his last season in the KHL and his prospects in North America. Ilya Lyubushkin during a 2017-18 KHL game (Yaroslav and Yulia Neyelov, HC Lokomotiv) *
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Ahh, the Arizona Coyotes. Hockey’s favourite punching bag. Long plagued by arena troubles, attendance troubles, financial troubles, ownership troubles and pretty much every other sort of trouble you can imagine, the National Hockey League has, nevertheless, stood by its desert outpost. While this might seem like an inexplicable course of action for the notoriously conservative
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Another NHL regular season is in the books, and, after a rough start, the Arizona Coyotes will be watching the Stanley Cup playoffs on TV for the sixth consecutive season. Failing to qualify for the postseason means an early start to the offseason, so, without further ado, here’s THW’s look at the Coyotes’ top four
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As hard as it is to believe, we’ve come to the end of yet another NHL regular season. For the sixth consecutive year, the Arizona Coyotes are on the outside of the playoffs looking in, but there are reasons for optimism going forward. Rookie forward Clayton Keller emerged as a legitimate superstar this season, while
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With just one week to go in the regular season, the Arizona Coyotes are still playing hard despite having been unofficially eliminated from playoff contention since early November. In the words of head coach Rick Tocchet, this team could easily have “packed it in” for the year, but they haven’t – they’re 16-8-2 since Feb.
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As the NHL’s regular season winds down, one would expect that the Arizona Coyotes, who have essentially been eliminated from playoff contention since early November, would pack it in and simply “go through the motions” over the final few weeks as they look forward to a long offseason with their families. However, they’ve done just
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Despite losing starting goaltender Antti Raanta to a lower-body injury during warmups on Monday in Edmonton, the Arizona Coyotes picked up five of eight possible points last week and improved to 10-3-2 in their last 15. Coyotes Keep Rolling After wrapping up their seven-game homestand with a victory over the Ottawa Senators on Mar. 3,
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The Los Angeles Kings and Arizona Coyotes have completed a pre-deadline deal that will see Darcy Kuemper head to Arizona in exchange for forward Tobias Rieder and goaltender Scott Wedgewood, according to Bob McKenzie. Going to Los Angeles Going to Arizona G Darcy Kuemper F Tobias Rieder G Scott Wedgewood McKenzie also reported that the
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  The Arizona Coyotes, at the time long overdue for a uniform change, rolled out their current uniforms in time for the 2015-16 National Hockey League season. However, the new rendition leaves much to be desired. An Unbalanced Mess At first glance, the addition of black seems to be a welcome one, given the relative
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Dear NHL, It’s time to move the struggling Arizona Coyotes franchise. It’s been 21 years since Commissioner Gary Bettman proudly relocated a franchise to the state of Arizona, and 21 years later the original vision has yet to come to fruition. The Coyotes were supposed to be one of the thriving sun belt franchises in Bettman’s
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We’re less than two weeks into the new NHL season, but the Arizona Coyotes are already going through goaltenders like they’re going out of style. Antti Raanta and Louis Domingue haven’t been able to get the job done for head coach Rick Tocchet, and, as a result, the Coyotes will use their third goaltender of the
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If NHL games were only 40 minutes long, the Coyotes would be 2-0 and everyone would be praising their quick start. Instead, two blown leads find the Coyotes 0-1-1. “That’s something we’re going to have to learn, to close games down,” defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson said. “But at the same time, we didn’t play good enough
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