The Arizona Coyotes have lost 12 games this season by a margin of three goals or more.
The NHL has approved Andrew Barroway's purchase of a 51% stake in the Arizona Coyotes.
Coyotes general manager Don Maloney is prepared to be aggressive to alter the roster starting now.
As the Arizona Coyotes face the Los Angeles Kings, Dave Tippett is coaching his 900th NHL game.
The Arizona Coyotes aren't a particularly good team at fighting their way back into games.
The Arizona Coyotes lost their fifth straight at home Saturday.
The NHL could approve the 51 percent ownership of Andrew Barroway as early as December 8 or 9 when the Board of Governors next meets.
The Arizona Coyotes haven't scored in their last 14 power-play chances.
Coach Dave Tippett was not pleased with the effort of his Arizona Coyotes Saturday as they dropped a 6-1 contest to the St. Louis Blues.
Andrew Barroway has purchased a 51 percent stake in the Arizona Coyotes.
The Arizona Coyotes are fighting against a report that Philadelphia-based hedge fund manager Andrew Barroway intends to purchase a 51% stake in the Coyotes' ownership group, IceArizona.
The Arizona Coyotes will try to put last season's major injury problems behind them, as the Coyotes began camp on Thursday in the desert with a completely healthy roster.
The Arizona Coyotes could be buyers in the weeks leading up to the NHL season, as GM Don Maloney has $11 million in cap space while Chicago, Boston and many other teams are going to be forced to trim productive players.
Jobing.com Arena could have a new name shortly.