Geekie Excited to Pursue NHL Career After Signing ELC with Coyotes

Conor Geekie could get used to calling Arizona home, sweet home. Geekie, who was drafted 11th overall just a few weeks ago, signed a three-year entry-level contract on Monday following the conclusion of rookie development camp. The 18-year-old shined with the WHL’s Winnipeg ICE last season, notching 70 points in 63 games. I have chipped … Read more

Coyotes Staff Packs Thousands of Meals For Local Nonprofit Organization

The Pack got to packing. Meals, that is. Arizona Coyotes staff volunteered at Feed My Starving Children on Tuesday, a national nonprofit organization with multiple packing sites throughout the country. The event was held at the charity’s Mesa location, where community volunteers, including 70 Coyotes staff members, packed 108 boxes containing over 23,000 meals — … Read more

Coyotes Prospects Relish New Relationships, Lessons Learned

Some of the prospects at the Arizona Coyotes’ rookie development camp this week were just drafted a little over a week ago, and others already had NHL appearances under their belts. Once the dust settled after the annual Black and White scrimmage, though, it was clear all the prospects were united by a common bond. … Read more

Coyotes Find Gems in Cooley, Geekie, & Lamoureux in Active 1st Round

That was just on day one. The night’s drama started right out of the gate, as the Montreal Canadiens passed on center Shane Wright in favor of winger Juraj Slafkovsky. Wright, who was long-considered to be the consensus No. 1 pick in the draft, was available for the Coyotes, but Armstrong opted for Cooley instead. … Read more

Madden Looking Forward to Coaching Coyotes’ Crop of Prospects

John Madden knows a thing or two about how to play defense. the Arizona Coyotes’ newest assistant coach was renowned throughout his NHL career as one of the league’s best defensive forwards, having won the Selke Trophy in the 2000-01 season while finishing as the runner-up on three other occasions. That defensive prowess continued into … Read more

Patience, Development Key to Coyotes Rebuild as NHL Draft Approaches

It’s almost showtime. The stress of trying to pick a “can’t miss” prospect is ever-present as the 2022 NHL Draft approaches next week, but Arizona Coyotes GM Bill Armstrong and his staff are ready for their time in the spotlight in Montreal. The crown jewel of their selections – No. 3 overall – will undoubtedly … Read more

Dahlgren Learns from Coyotes Staff While Pursuing Chiropractor Career

The deck has been stacked against Kaleb Dahlgren since the beginning. Not only did the 25-year-old defy the odds to play hockey despite a Type 1 diabetes diagnosis at just four years old, he also earned a scholarship to play at York University while serving as an alternate captain with the Humboldt Broncos during the … Read more

Coyotes Announce 2022-23 Schedule |

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Wednesday, July 6, 2022 SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA – The Arizona Coyotes announced today their schedule for the 2022-23 National Hockey League regular season. The Coyotes will play a total of 82 regular season games (41 home and 41 away). The Coyotes start their 27th year in the Valley of the Sun on Thursday, Oct.13 … Read more

Coyotes’ Trio of First Round Picks Excited to Begin NHL Journey with Team

Things are heating up in the desert, and it’s not just the 115 degree temperatures outside. The Arizona Coyotes officially kicked off their rookie development camp at the Ice Den in Scottsdale on Monday, and the club’s top three picks from the NHL Draft met with the media bright and early before taking the ice. … Read more

Veteran Coyotes Prospects Help Newcomers Adjust to Expectations at Camp

Familiarity breeds confidence, and Arizona Coyotes prospects Josh Doan and Liam Kirk know that firsthand. The two rookie development camp veterans have been through the process before, and with so many recent picks in attendance just days after being drafted, having teammates like Doan and Kirk help show them the ropes is a meaningful part … Read more