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The Coyotes are 2-0 in preseason games so far as the team sorts out its roster. Leah and Petey provide a quick rundown of what went down in last night’s contest before being joined by Craig to chat the different battles for roster spots.

Training camp cuts are coming. It’s an undeniable reality of the NHL calendar. The Tucson Roadrunners open their training camp on Friday and they will need enough bodies to run that camp effectively. The Coyotes have four more preseason games and the last two will likely bear a strong resemblance to the team that takes the ice for the season...

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Midway through a frustrating 2020-21 season, Tucson Roadrunners coach Steve Potvin sat down with Barrett Hayton to show him what success looks like at the NHL center position. It wasn’t what Hayton was expecting. There were no highlight-reel sauce passes or breakaway goals followed by exuberant cellys. Much of the content featured deep-dive details and thankless drudgery. It was a...

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The Arizona Coyotes play their first preseason game of the season today and Craig, Petey, and Leah preview what to expect. Plus, assistant coach Mario Duhamel stops by to talk his transition to Arizona, his relationship with André Tourigny, and how Coyotes camp has been going.

It may seem too soon to throw NHL players into preseason games. The Coyotes have only had four days on the ice at training camp, plus today’s morning skate, but historically, that has been the approach that the league has taken. The Coyotes will open a slate of six preseason games against the Los Angeles Kings at Gila River Arena...

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Jeremy Roenick will never forget his reaction when he saw the Coyotes’ Kachina logo for the first time after the team acquired him in a trade with Chicago in August 1996. “They were so ugly they were pretty,” Roenick said. “You know me. I don’t mind a little extra crazy every once in a while. They definitely grew on you.”...

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Christian Fischer stops by the show today to talk his expectations going into this Coyotes season, his go-to eats in Scottsdale, and his controversial (to Craig) take on ketchup on hot dogs. Plus Craig, Petey, and Leah talk news around the NHL.

When the Coyotes traded Alex Galchenyuk and P.O. Joseph to the Pittsburgh Penguins in June 2019 for Phil Kessel, defenseman Dane Birks, and a fourth-round pick, Galchenyuk opted to keep his Arizona house. The decision wasn’t really investment driven, although Galchenyuk said the house has doubled in value over the past three years. The decision was made because Galchenyuk felt...

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