"I told the team, the odds are stacked against us," Coyotes general manager Bill Armstrong said. "The media, the league think we’re going to take a step back and that’s not the case. We’ve got to take a step forward."
Chychrun will not be ready for the start of training camp and possibly preseason games after having wrist and ankle surgery in the offseason. He will play for the Coyotes once he is healthy, but the team will likely move him to a contender at some point.
The 22-year-old Hayton was a restricted free agent and not initially listed on Arizona’s roster for camp, which begins Thursday.
The Buffalo Bills released a rookie punter accused of taking part in a rape while in college, and the Arizona Diamondbacks completed their first interleague sweep in three years – these are the top stories in the world of sports from August 22-28.
Kessel, a two-time Stanley Cup champion, has 399 goals and 557 assists in 1,204 career games with Boston, Toronto, Pittsburgh and Arizona.
Although it may be the most hockey-appropriate facility name, it has nothing to do with the hairstyle.
Terms of the deal announced on Aug. 8 were not released. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound forward signed hours before a scheduled arbitration hearing.
The 25-year-old Fischer has developed into a team leader in five seasons with the Coyotes with his work ethic and physical presence.
For the week of June 27 to July 3, the top sports stories included the Britney Griner trial in Russia, an NBA star accused of felony domestic violence, the iconic Stanley Cup trophy being delivered to the wrong address, the first USFL championship game, and a major shakeup in college football.
The San Jose Sharks have hired longtime NHL forward Mike Grier to become the first Black general manager in NHL history.
Each player on the Colorado Avalanche gets a turn with Lord Stanley's cup. But when it was Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog's turn, the trophy took a surprising detour.
With a mix of speed, high-end talent and the experiences gained from those defeats, Colorado broke through this time.
The Tampa Bay Lightning spoiled Colorado’s party to stay in the hunt for a third straight Stanley Cup title, beating the Avalanche 3-2 on Friday night in Game 5.
After a successful vote to continue negotiations, the Arizona Coyotes appear to be one step closer to a new arena in Tempe, the 2026 World Cup host cities were announced, and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray attended mandatory workouts, despite not having a new contract – these are the top stories in the world of sports from last week.
Coyotes President and CEO Xavier Gutierrez Gutierrez and the team hope to have a deal for the 46-acre tract of land worked out by the end of the year, but know it could take longer.
The Colorado Avalanche head back to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2001. They will take on the winner of the Eastern Conference final between the New York Rangers and the defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning.
An Arizona Cardinals player tragically died in a car accident, a former University of Arizona football player is accused of murder, and the Arizona Coyotes are one step closer to finding a new permanent home.
The Arizona Coyotes are proposing a new development in the East Valley that will include a new home for the NHL team, but some are concerned over the plan's impact on airport operations at Sky Harbor.
The nonprofit, Tempe Community Action Agency, is teaming up with the Arizona Coyotes, Tempe Fire, and others to provide water and other resources to underserved communities. The nonprofit provides life-saving water and resources to more than 30,000 people each summer, and on the morning of May 21 at the Escalante Community Center, a community water drive was held with the goal of collecting 5 to 10 thousand bottles. As the Coyotes start their next chapter in Tempe, the NHL team is looking to help the community in any way they can.
The Arizona Coyotes rebuilding led to one of the franchise’s worst seasons since relocating from Winnipeg to the Valley of the Sun.