Home Series Preview: Coyotes vs Blackhawks, Wild and Red Wings

Darryl Webb - Associated Press

The Arizona Coyotes start March on a two game winning streak, after snapping a 13 game losing streak with a win North of the border in Ottawa against the Senators, and then Sunday in a matinee with the Capitals in Washington, DC.


With the Chicago Blackhawks and inevitable Calder Memorial Trophy winner Connor Bedard navigating their way into Mullett Arena on Tuesday, the Coyotes begin a week of home games.

Bedard’s Blackhawks are 4-25-1 on the road this season and amidst a 22-game losing streak away from the United Center.

Whilst battling 22 consecutive losses on the road, the Blackhawks also are intertwined in a seven-game losing streak, stemming back to February 19, a loss to the Hurricanes on the road in Carolina, including a loss Monday night to the Colorado Avalanche, 5-0.

This is the second meeting of the season between the Blackhawks and Coyotes, with the Coyotes taking the season series opener on the road in Chicago 8-1. The Coyotes’ seven-goal margin of victory was helped by Jack McBain’s two goals and Michael Carcone’s hat-trick, both of which are expected to be in the Coyotes’ lineup for Tuesday’s battle at Mullett.


The Minnesota Wild prowled into Arizona 5-4-1 in their last ten games, including a win over the Coyotes 3-1 on Valentine’s Day, in which Minnesota stole the lead early and never looked back.

Logan Cooley had the game’s only goal for the Coyotes, a third-period lead-splitter that was rendered un-threatening when Matt Boldy sealed the deal just under six minutes later.

Marc Andre-Fleury got the win credit between the pipes. He saved 25 of 26 shots faced and went 4/4 on the power play for his tenth win of the season.

The Wild arrive for their Central division matchup on Thursday after a win in a split back-to-back on March 2nd and 3rd, in which the Wild beat the Sharks 5-2 on March 3, helped by Kirill Kaprizov‘s hat-trick, his 27th, 28th and 29th goals of the season.


The Detroit Red Wings round out the week for the Coyotes in game two of their Thursday-Friday back-to-back, at 7:00 PM AZT, 9:00 PM EST.

The Red Wings play the Avalanche on Wednesday at Ball Arena and then sit dormant until their Friday matchup.

The Red Wings are 6-4 in their last ten games, with a six-game winning streak being broken by the New York Islanders, besting the Red Wings 5-3 in Detroit.

Detroit’s home ice stats (18-10-5) are better than their road ice stats (15-12-1), sitting above .500 in both records.

The puck drops on the Coyotes abbreviated home stand Tuesday at 7:00 PM AZT, 8:00 CST.

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