A Q&A with Arizona Coyotes coach André Tourigny on a variety of topics.
The Arizona Coyotes so-called middle core of players has made great strides under first-year coach André Tourigny.
André Tourigny took a major risk by accepting his first NHL head coaching gig with the Arizona Coyotes, a franchise that had no chance of winning any time soon, but he did so with his eyes wide open.
At some point soon, Arizona Coyotes goalie Carter Hutton may decide to pull the plug on this season if his injured ankle does not improve.
Clayton Keller's emergence, Lawson Crouse's value and a tighter-than-expected race are among the biggest takeaways from the first half of the Arizona Coyotes season.
With the NHL schedule changing daily due to COVID-19, the Coyotes would like some definitive answers from the league.
Our five takeaways from the New York Rangers' visit began before game time with those Jakob Chychrun trade rumors.
Karel Vejmelka made 46 saves for his first career shutout and the Arizona Coyotes stunned the Winnipeg Jets, 1-0, at Canada Life Centre.
When the Coyotes began the season with a 1-13-1 record, there was talk among league executives and media that this might be the worst team in the salary cap era, and one of the worst of all time. Arizona had the fewest goals in the NHL (23), the most goals allowed (60), the worst power-play percentage and the second worst...