On Jan. 5, the Coyotes were 11 points ahead of the Chicago Blackhawks, seven points ahead of the Columbus Blue Jackets, five points ahead of the Anaheim Ducks, tied with the San José Sharks, and two points behind the Montréal Canadiens in the NHL standings. The odds of landing Connor Bedard — or even Adam Fantilli or Leo Carlsson —…
I have long believed that the entire period between Christmas Eve Day and New Year’s Day should be a national holiday. Business leaders probably don’t agree. The US is so hyper focused on productivity and work ethic that it fails to consider the benefits that more balance might be create. An entire week off probably sounds like blasphemy. Some smaller...
Arizona Coyotes GM Bill Armstrong provided updates on Jakob Chychrun, Barrett Hayton, Andrew Ladd and the goaltending situation in the latest Neutral Zone.
A wide-ranging Neutral Zone encompasses the World Junior Championship, Coyotes free agents, Barrett Hayton's contract talks, the goalie plan, Andrew Ladd's plans, and those Jakob Chychrun rumors.
The Coyotes locked up a key part of their core when they signed restricted free agent forward Lawson Crouse to a five-year extension with an average annual value of $4.3 million.
Contract talks between the Coyotes and Lawson Crouse's camp are progressing slowly due to a gap in perceived annual value.
The Coyotes will not be major players when the NHL’s free agency period begins, but that does not mean that they won’t be searching for opportunities.
The Coyotes were active on the first day of the NHL Draft, but they were not able to execute all of the moves that they attempted.
In Logan Cooley, the Coyotes drafted a center whom some analysts believe was the most dynamic player in the draft.