With the NHL schedule changing daily due to COVID-19, the Coyotes would like some definitive answers from the league.
Conor Garland touched on a variety of topics in a lengthy phone conversation, including new systems, media and fan differences, a wake-up call, city living, coffee, donuts, and his time in Arizona.
Our five takeaways from the New York Rangers' visit began before game time with those Jakob Chychrun trade rumors.
Positive Covid cases are on the rise and more stringent protocols are expected in China, raising concerns about the wisdom of NHL players attending the Olympics in February.
With 6½ months until the team’s lease at Gila River Arena expires, and with 10 months until the 2022-23 NHL season begins, we still have no clarity on where the Arizona Coyotes will play next season.
Arizona Coyotes forward Lawson Crouse is the winner of the 2020-21 Shane Doan Good Guy Award, presented annually by the Arizona chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers Association to a Coyote who shows respect for the media profession, accessibility and quotability.
If the Coyotes do not make good on unpaid bills, they could be locked out of Gila River Arena as soon as Dec. 20.
If a return to Gila River Arena for the 2022-23 season is out of the question, Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum is the best interim arena option for the Arizona Coyotes as they await approval on their proposed Tempe arena.
For Loui Eriksson and Antoine Roussel, Monday's game at American Airlines Center in Dallas was a poignant reminder of the long miles traveled, and the limited runway remaining in their NHL careers.