Author: James Mackey

Credentialed Writer Covering the Arizona Coyotes

Blackhawks Sign Nazar to Entry-Level Contract

With Michigan’s hockey season coming to an end at the hands of the Boston College Golden Eagles, any players rostered by Michigan that were drafted are eligible to sign entry-level contracts with their big club. Chicago Blackhawks 2022 First round draft pick (13th overall), Michigan forward Frank Nazar inked his name on a three-year entry […]

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Connor Ingram Named Masterton Trophy Nominee

Each year, the Professional Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) names nominees from each of the 32 teams for the Bill Masterton trophy, awarded to the player in the league that best exemplifies sportsmanship, perseverance and dedication to the sport of hockey. This season’s nominee from the Arizona Coyotes is goaltender Connor Ingram, his first nomination in […]

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FYI: Land Auction Posted and Coyotes Announce Intentions To Win

Since their loss in the special election requested by the team, the Arizona Coyotes have been on the search for a new home. Back in March, the Coyotes released renderings for their proposed arena and entertainment district off the Loop 101 Freeway and Scottsdale Road in North Phoenix. At that time, no date had been […]

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Conor Garland Seals Deal for Canucks Win Over Coyotes

The entirety of the first period, no goals were posted, and only 10 shots were recorded between the Arizona Coyotes and Vancouver Canucks. It took just under 30 minutes of play for the game’s first goal to be recorded. After Josh Brown was booked for delay of game, the Canucks 22.4 power play percentage went […]

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“CAWLDIGE HAWKEY” – the Men’s Frozen Four is Set

College basketball holds the main light for the month of March but comparatively, the NCAA hockey tournament occurs simultaneously, with a much shorter layout. If you are unfamiliar, the NCAA hockey tournament looks like this: THE LAYOUT Throughout the season, USA Today runs the men’s college hockey polls, ranking the top 20 teams as the […]

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Coyotes Tame Predators Rampant 18 Game Point Streak

The Nashville Predators prowled into Mullett Arena, not having relinquished a point in their last 18 games (16-0-2). The Arizona Coyotes made sure that wasn’t the case with number 19. Jason Zucker made his presence known with two early goals against Connor Ingram. The first Zucker netted off a pass from below the red line […]

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Jason Zucker’s Return Highlights Predators at Coyotes on Thursday Night

Nashville locked down their 18th consecutive point recorded with a win in comeback fashion on Tuesday, as the Predators mounted the Vegas Golden Knights 4-3 in overtime. The Arizona Coyotes were mathematically eliminated from NHL Playoff contention after Nashville’s win but still have the ability to affect the run of other teams by handing them […]

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Tuesday Night Tilt at the Mullett

The story practically writes itself… Son of Arizona Coyotes legend and the only player to have his number retired by the Coyotes, Shane Doan makes his NHL debut on Tuesday night when the Columbus Blue Jackets fight into Tempe. THE DOAN OF A NEW ERA Josh Doan has been nothing short of spectacular in Tucson […]

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Coyotes Need Extra Time to Release the Kraken

It was a tail of one period on Friday at Mullett Arena, as the Seattle Kraken were in town to play the Arizona Coyotes and riding a six-game losing streak in search of a possible playoff berth. Karel Vejmelka, Joey Daccord, and the penalty kill were the biggest stories of the game for both teams. […]

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Righting the Ship and Starting Seven Straight Games at Home

The Arizona Coyotes longest homestreak of the season begins on Friday night when the Seattle Kraken ride a six game losing streak into Mullett Arena. Seattle’s skid comes as the race to the playoffs ratchets down and the Kraken sit at 68 points, 13 points out of a wildcard spot with a 28-28-12 record and […]

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