The Arizona Coyotes have fired their entire AHL coaching staff.
In an odd turn of events, the Arizona Coyotes have "refuted" an earlier story about their finances and thought-impending move out of Glendale, AZ on Friday.
While the Buffalo Sabres missed out on Connor McDavid, the Arizona Coyotes were the big losers in the draft lottery.
The Arizona Coyotes will be affiliated with the Springfield Falcons in 2015-16.
The stakes are high for the Arizona Coyotes going into the NHL draft lottery on Saturday.
The Arizona Coyotes are planning on setting a budget that will allow them to be competitive in 2015-16.
The Arizona Coyotes will finish 29th overall in the NHL this season.
This will go down as the worst season to date for the Coyotes since they moved to Arizona.
The Arizona Coyotes have been held to one goal or less in nine of their last 11 games.
The Arizona Coyotes were shutout for the 10th time this season on Monday.
The Arizona Coyotes have had plenty of difficulty scoring of late as they have only 19 goals in their last 15 games.
The Arizona Coyotes lost $34.8 million in the 2014 fiscal year.
Arizona Coyotes GM Don Maloney took responsibility for his team's shortcomings over the last three seasons.
Former Coyotes player Jeremy Roenick thinks getting Connor McDavid or Jack Eichel in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft would fundamentally change the state of the Arizona franchise.