The Arizona Coyotes waived, re-assigned and then traded goalie Carter Hutton. But he’s not going anywhere. Confused? Read on.
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.
For a franchise made infamous for one-upping its own lows, 2021 sure felt like rock bottom for the Arizona Coyotes. At least that is the hope locally as the franchise turns the page to a new year with the hope of better days.
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.
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…...
Barrett Hayton, Clayton Keller and the goaltending situation were among the topics in this month's PHNX Coyotes mailbag.
Coyotes goalie Carter Hutton got into the wine-making business with a friend four years ago. The result is a chic but unpretentious Nashville hot spot that makes wine accessible to all.
As the losses piled up on this six-game road trip, Coyotes coach André Tourigny kept focusing on the positives. The Coyotes were making progress in their system play. The Coyotes were creating more offensive chances. The coaching staff was making tweaks to enhance both elements and Karel Vejmelka had solidified a shaky goaltending situation. There was nothing wrong with Vejmelka’s…...