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Team: Arizona Coyotes
Age / DOB:  (53) / 8/25/1961
Ht / Wt:  5'10' / 180
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The Arizona Coyotes have brought on Claude Loiselle to serve as a consultant for hockey operations.
Loiselle spent four seasons from 2010-14 serving as an assistant general manager and vice president with the Toronto Maple Leafs. He's also a former player that recorded 209 points and 1,149 penalty minutes in 616 career NHL contests. Jul 31 - 5:49 PM

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Don't expect the Arizona Coyotes to make any more significant signings.

"There are still a lot of players out there," Coyotes GM Don Maloney said. "If anything, I can see maybe some tryouts coming our way. The good thing for us we still have roster flexibility. We have some payroll flexibility, but I'm just adamant not to shore up a roster with any more one-way contracts unless it's a very good deal." The Coyotes have some promising young forwards set to compete for roster spots, so that's why Maloney would be reluctant to fill his roster with too many one-way contracts. Max Domi, Dylan Strome, Henrik Samuelsson, Lucas Lessio, and Anthony Duclair are among the young forwards worth keeping an eye on in Arizona's training camp.
Jul 31 - 10:04 AM

The Arizona Coyotes have appointed Jon Elkin and Corey Schwab to serve as the goaltending coaches next season.

Elkin has retained that role, but Schwab is a new addition. Schwab served as a gaoltending development coach with the San Jose Sharks for the previous eight campaigns.
Jul 29 - 10:16 AM

The Glendale City Council has unanimously voted in favor of the amended arena lease deal with the Arizona Coyotes.

The agreement is now a two-year deal, so this is only a short-term fix. It does solve the more immediate conflict though as the City Council had voted to rescind the old 15-year agreement, which is a decision the Coyotes were challenging in court.
Jul 24 - 1:46 PM

The Arizona Coyotes and the City of Glendale have resolved their differences in the Gila River Arena.

The two sides agreed to a two-year deal after a battle in which Glendale was looking to rescind their 15-year pact with the Coyotes. "We have come up with a resolution that works for both sides and is best for the team, our fans, the city and most importantly the taxpayers," said Arizona co-owner Anthony LeBlanc said in a statement. "Neither side benefits from a long, drawn out legal battle. What’s important is putting this dispute behind us and focusing on growing the Coyotes business and in turn, further growing revenues for the entire Westgate Entertainment District." Coyotes fans will be able to continue to watch NHL hockey in Arizona for at least the next two seasons.
Jul 23 - 1:29 PM

Doug Janik and Mike Bavis have been hired to serve as assistant coaches for Arizona's AHL affiliate, the Springfield Falcons.

Bavis has 15 years of coaching experience with Boston University while Janik is starting his coaching career after hanging up his skates. Janik had 19 points and 154 penalty minutes in 190 career NHL contests with the Buffalo Sabres, Tampa Bay Lightning, Dallas Stars, Montreal Canadiens, and Detroit Red Wings.
Jul 21 - 6:43 PM

The Arizona Coyotes were encouraged by what they saw from their prospects during the team's development camp.

The Coyotes failed to make the playoffs last season, but it's encouraging that they appear to have a pipeline full of good young talent. "I was really happy with what I saw here because it gives us hope that we're not just kidding ourselves," General Manager Don Maloney said. "We've got some unreal talent coming. We just have to hurry it along." Some of the big names coming through the Coyotes' system are: Dylan Strome, Max Domi and Anthony Duclair.
Jul 12 - 9:42 AM

Arizona Coyotes GM Don Maloney went into how he addressed the team's ongoing battle with the City of Glendale when talking to free agents.

"You're honest with them," Maloney explained. "You basically say, 'I have no idea what's going on, but it's a great place to play and we have great fans and a great stadium.' Things seem to have a way of working themselves out, so we try to downplay it as much as we can." It's seems likely that there were some unrestricted free agents that wrote off the Coyotes as a possible destination because the franchise is once again in a state of limbo. If the city is successful in terminating its arena lease deal with the Coyotes, then it's hard to say what will happen next for the team and that level of uncertainty has to complicate things.
Jul 6 - 2:31 PM

The Arizona Coyotes entered July 1st with the most cap space in the league, and now sit about $1.1M from the floor.

With the signings of forwards Antoine Vermette, Brad Richardson, Steve Downie, Craig Cunningham, defenseman Zbynek Michalek, and goaltender Anders Lindback, the Coyotes chewed up about $12.258M in cap space. The acquisition of forward Boyd Gordon added another $3.1M, and the contract of Chris Pronger $4.94M more. All of which amounts to a staggering $20.298M in cap space, but not necessarily salary. Impressive work by GM Don Maloney to say the least.

The Arizona Coyotes might be active in the free agent market on July 1.

They're still nearly $13 million under the salary floor, according to General Fanager, so clearly they need to make some additions. The challenge might be luring free agents to Arizona as the team's future is uncertain due to the Coyotes lease agreement fight with the City of Glendale. Arizona can be regarded as something of an X-factor heading into the free agent period for those reasons. For his part, Coyotes GM Don Maloney expects to make some additions, but he cautioned it might not happen on Wednesday.
Jul 1 - 7:46 AM

Arizona GM Don Maloney said on Friday that he will not trade for veteran players just to speed up the process to make the playoffs.

Maloney knows that the Coyotes are in need of young talent and that missing the playoffs for a bit is the best long term solution for the franchise. "I'm not going to do short-term deals just to give us this pretend look to be better," Maloney said. " ... The fans have suffered through last year. We're getting there we're slowly getting there. We'd like to accelerate the process, but we're also not going to pass up in our opinion potential top, front-line people for shorter-term goals. It's a balance. We know it's a balance of building the future and putting a pretty competitive team on the ice. That's a work in progress." Like smart GMs, Maloney is aware that the best way to contend for the Stanley Cup is through the draft.
Jun 27 - 6:05 AM

The Arizona Coyotes are reportedly likely to move the third overall pick.

That would be a blockbuster trade and perhaps not the only one we see Friday night. Columbus and Winnipeg are believed to be in the mix for the selection and the Bruins might be in on it too. Boston would perhaps be the most interesting choice as there's speculation that Dougie Hamilton could be traded to Arizona. Obviously that all of that with a grain of salt, but it will certainly be worth keeping an eye on the hockey world this afternoon and tonight.
Jun 26 - 9:26 AM

The Arizona Coyotes are willing to trade the third overall pick in this weekend's NHL Entry Draft.

With "at least six teams" inquiring about what it would take to move up to third, "two teams [are] aggressively looking into" a potential deal GM Don Maloney confirmed. The Coyotes also know what they want in the form of "NHL-ready players, prospects, and picks" Maloney added. That's a tall order for the first pick after Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, but with Mitch Marner, Dylan Strome, and Noah Hanifin sitting there (just to name a few), there may be at least one team who thinks it's worth it. If not, the Coyotes will be happy to add to their stock pile of talent headlined by Max Domi and Anthony Duclair.
Jun 23 - 6:51 PM

The City of Glendale has asked the courts to allow them to skip a $3.75 million payment owing to the Arizona Coyotes.

Glendale has an agreement in place to pay the Coyotes $15 million per season to run the Gila River Arena but are trying to get out of the deal. The payment is a quarterly amount. The Coyotes are next in court with Glendale on June 29 so more information will be available at that time.
Jun 20 - 6:31 AM

The Arizona Coyotes may relocate after all should the City of Glendale succeed in cancelling their 15-year, $225M agreement.

The next pivotal court date is June 29th, though it's unclear how far into the summer the court battle may drag on. Arizona Coyotes officials appear to believe they can raise the necessary cash to pay the possible relocation fee, even after an ownership shakeup this week which saw Andrew Barroway go from a controlling 51% to a 30% share. Unfortunately the Coyotes will not be able to move back into the U.S. Airways Center in downtown Phoenix, "There's just not enough time," a source said. "The schedule for the arena is already booked up with NBA and arena football." Just when the Coyotes appeared to be stabilizing, it seems they're in more flux and trouble than ever before.
Jun 16 - 8:17 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Martin Hanzal
2Antoine Vermette
3Boyd Gordon
4Brad Richardson
5Joe Vitale
LW1Mikkel Boedker
2Kyle Chipchura
3Lucas Lessio
4Tobias Rieder
5John Scott
RW1Shane Doan
2Steve Downie
3Jordan Szwarz
4Henrik Samuelsson
D1Oliver Ekman-Larsson
2Michael Stone
3Nicklas Grossmann
4Connor Murphy
5Andrew Campbell
6Klas Dahlbeck
7Brandon Gormley
8Zbynek Michalek
9Chris Pronger
G1Mike Smith
2Anders Lindback