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Arizona Coyotes defenseman Jakob Chychrun made it clear that he wants to win now and is not interested in a lengthy rebuild, but GM Bill Armstrong will not trade him without getting what he deems fair value.

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When Andrew Ladd played his 920th NHL game on April 7, 2018, he assumed that 1,000 games and a silver-stick ceremony were mere formalities. Despite a significant drop in production and ice time over a two-season stretch, he still had five years remaining on his contract with the Islanders. When Ladd finally took part in that ceremony more than four years later, and more than 2,400 miles to the west, he did so with a deeper well of wisdom and greater appreciation for the milestone. A demotion to the AHL, injuries, isolation and a trade to Arizona in which nothing went back the other way will do that to a man, but not without a lot of introspection, honesty and…

Coyotes forward Andrew Ladd returns to Long Island with a greater appreciation for the NHL career that many thought was over.

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Karel Vejmelka made 46 saves for his first career shutout and the Arizona Coyotes stunned the Winnipeg Jets, 1-0, at Canada Life Centre.

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The wisdom of Ivan Prosvetov's recall is one of our five takeaways from the Coyotes' 5-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning. #url#

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BUFFALO, N.Y. — It’s common knowledge that GM Bill Armstrong has asked owner Alex Meruelo to pump heavy resources into the scouting staff, but most analysis of that scouting staff has focused on the Coyotes’ future. Armstrong stripped the roster to the studs this summer. Arizona has eight picks in the first two rounds of the 2022 NHL Draft and...

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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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The Coyotes are not hiding their plans. They are visible to all; laid bare by the dizzying array of transactions that GM Bill Armstrong made this offseason, and the dizzying array of departures he allowed from last season’s roster. Gone are captain Oliver Ekman-Larsson, starting goaltender Darcy Kuemper, backup goalie Antti Raanta, leading assist man Conor Garland, two-way center Christian...

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