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Arizona Coyotes 2014-2015 News and Updates
3/23/15 - The month of March has not been kind to the Arizona Coyotes with two wins and nine losses. Before they took on the Detroit Red Wings, the Coyotes were on an eight game losing streak. Fortunately, the game on March 24 ended with the Coyotes on top. The game was anything but boring as each team scored four goals a piece in regulation time. The Coyotes started the scoring spree in the first period and the Red Wings had an answer for every goal. However, the Coyotes pulled out in front with the game-winning goal in overtime. Don’t miss your opportunity to see them play live as the 2014-2015 season quickly comes to a close. See if they can continue their winning streak when they play against the Buffalo Sabres on March 30, 2015. Tickets range from $12-$121.
3/16/15 - The Arizona Coyotes have had a rough season with a losing record of 21-41. Their last few games haven’t been the most favorable as they are currently on a four game losing streak. On March 14, they faced of against the New Jersey Devils. The first and second periods were almost completely scoreless, until approximately the two-minute mark of the second. The Devils slung a shot in toward the goal that was tapped in by Henrique to end the half. Quickly after the third quarter the Devils scored their second goal, and Arizona retaliated with a goal by Doan. However, it wasn’t enough and the Devils left with the 4-1 win. Get out of the heat and see if the Coyotes can bring home a victory on home turf, March 19. Tickets are priced at $15 a piece.
3/12/15 - The Arizona Coyotes have now lost two games in a row, but they were incredibly close to winning when they took on the top team in the Central Division, the Nashville Predators. After falling behind in the second period, James Neal, assisted by Seth Jones and Cody Franson, tied the game up with about 12 minutes remaining. Unfortunately, the Predators were able to edge out a victory in overtime. This loss brings them to 21-38-8 and sixth in the Pacific Division. With eight home games remaining in the season, be sure to catch them live while you can. March 12th game against the Chicago Blackhawks and March 14th game against the New Jersey Devils will conclude their series of home games. Tickets begin at $104 and $19 respectively.
3/5/15 - The Arizona Coyotes were in one of the worst slumps of the season, but they finally managed to end their nine-game losing streak. The Coyotes were able to beat the Vancouver Canucks on March 5th, but only barely so. Tobias Rieder, assisted by Sam Gagner, managed to put the Coyotes on the board and into the lead just one minute before the first period ended. It looked like they might have secured the win when B.J. Crombeen got them another point for a 0-2 lead in the third period, but the Canucks were able to tie up the game with less than a minute remaining. After both teams failed to score in overtime, Gagner was able to win the shootout to earn the Coyotes their first win in roughly a month.
2/23/15 - On Wednesday, Arizona Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney made the announcement that the team would be recalling forward Henrik Samuelsson from the Portland Pirates, Arizona’s American Hockey League affiliate. To free up space on the roster, forward Jordan Martinook was reassigned to Portland, as the Coyotes begin tinkering in the interest of a rebuilding season. The move comes on the heels of another AHL recall for Arizona, who also brought defenseman Dylan Reese back into the fold on Monday. Arizona will take to the road to battle the New York Rangers on Thursday night (tickets available from $65) before moving on to face the Boston Bruins on Saturday. You can be a part of all the excitement at TD Garden with seats starting at $95!
2/19/15 - This year’s Arizona Coyotes may not be playing for the postseason, but they are still a part of one of the hottest competitions in the NHL—positioning for the draft, and first dibs on prized prospect Connor McDavid. Not since Sidney Crosby has there been such a strong consensus for the no. 1 overall pick in the draft, but McDavid—already an outstanding player in the Ontario Hockey League at age 18—has “All-Star” written all over him. If the Coyotes can’t climb higher in this year’s standings, the potential of landing top-level talent for next season is definitely something the Arizona fan base can look forward to. The Coyotes will host Tampa Bay on Saturday evening, as they try to slow Tyler Johnson and the second-place Lightning. Be a part of the excitement for as low as $22!
2/9/15 - Ever since the Arizona Coyotes ended their slump, they have been doing okay. They have won four of their last seven games, which is probably only cause for celebration if you consider they just finished a seven-game losing streak. Coyotes fans are just happy to see their team winning again. Most recently, Arizona was able to edge out the Chicago Blackhawks in a game that went to a shootout. Shane Doan and Antoine Vermette each scored one point for their team, Oliver Ekman-Larsson assisting both times, to earn a lead that lasted only eight minutes. It was Vermette that won the game for the Coyotes in the third round of the shootout. Looking forward, Arizona will play the St. Louis Blues next, then return on Feb. 13th to play the San Jose Sharks. Tickets start at $17.
2/2/15 - It looked like the season might be over for the Arizona Coyotes as they took their seventh loss in a row on Jan. 27th against the notoriously poor Philadelphia Flyers. However, when they met the Toronto Maple Leafs on the ice on Jan. 29th, no one was expecting a last minute upset. Toronto took the first point and then went heavy on the defense. This would be their downfall because the Coyotes were just itching to get on the board, and they smashed through the Leafs' defense in the final period. It started just five seconds into the period when Oliver Ekman-Larsson scored. They weren't done, though, and Martin Hanzal and Sam Gagner each followed with two more unanswered goals. The game ended 3-1, and with it, the Coyotes' losing streak.
1/28/15 - If you’ve been missing your Arizona Coyotes while they’ve been out on the road, you’ll have an opportunity to catch them on Thursday (2/5) when they host Carolina Hurricanes. The Coyotes are on a seven game losing streak, so they need the support of their fans now more than ever. Razorgator has tickets for this game starting at $7. There’s been hints that Max Domi will get his NHL debut soon. Domi was the Coyotes’ first round draft pick in 2013, but they haven’t wanted to rush him in his training. He’s been playing on the OHL London Knights team, and in 35 games he’s put up 20 goals and 66 points. This young hockey player may be just what the Coyotes need to get them back to winning games.
1/19/15 - The Arizona Coyotes brought their losing streak to five games when they lost 3-4 against the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday, Jan. 18 in a shootout. The Jets scored first, but the Coyotes were able to tie it up within a few minutes. An early second period goal went unanswered, and the Jets scored again in the early part of the third period. The Coyotes finally answered back, with goals by Lauri Kopikoski and Tobias Rieder within a three-minute period to bring the game to a tie, sending it into a scoreless overtime, followed by a shootout, which the Jets won. The Coyotes have one more chance for a victory on Tuesday, Jan. 20 against the Chicago Blackhawks before the break for the NHL All Star Weekend. They come back on Tuesday, Jan. 27, against the Philadelphia Flyers. Tickets are on sale for $15.
1/14/15 - The Arizona Coyotes lost 3-2 against the San Jose Sharks after Brenden Dillon scored the winning goal with 14:45 left in the game, during which the Coyotes were unable to slip in a tying goal. The game was fairly even between the two teams as they battled it out. Dillon's game winning goal slid off the skates of defenseman Zbynek Michalek, making the loss even more of a bitter pill to swallow. This was Michalek's first game back after being sidelined for three games due to an upper body injury. The Coyotes' two goals came from Mikkel Boedker and Shane Doan, and goalie Devan Dubnyk made 23 saves. The Coyotes will look for a win when they face the Calgary Flames at home on Thursday, Jan. 14 (tickets start at $15), before heading to Minnesota to face the Wild on the 17th (tickets start at $9).
1/7/15 - The Arizona Coyotes will be looking to save face after a devastating 6-0 loss against the St. Louis Blues when they face the Winnipeg Jets on Jan. 8th. Four of the Blues' goals came from Captain David Backes during a 17 minutes span over the second third periods. Coyotes' goalie Mike Smith was able to save 33 shots on goal; however, the Blues outshot the Coyotes 39-23. Prior to this loss, the Coyotes had won five of the last six games. The Coyotes play a stretch of games at home, starting with the Jets, followed by the Ottawa Senators on the 10th (tickets start at $15), the San Jose Sharks on the 13th (tickets start at $13), ending with the Calgary Flames on the 15th (starting at $12), before they hit the road for a long stretch.
12/29/14 - The Arizona Coyotes beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-2 on December 29, brining their record to 14-18-4 for a 6th place ranking in the Pacific Division. The win led to their first three game winning streak of the season. The Coyotes pulled ahead to an early 3-0 lead, although the Flyers attempted to match it in the third quarter. Antoine Vermette scored twice for the Coyotes, including the final goal that cinched their victory in the last minutes of the game. Goalie Devan Dubnyk also shown during the game, stopping 30 of 32 shots on goal. The Coyotes play the Dallas Stars for their last game of 2014 and will look to continue their winning streak. Then, they return home for a six game home stretch, starting with the Columbus Blue Jackets on January 3. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $20.
12/22/14 - The Arizona Coyotes faced the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday and were not able to secure a victory. The final score read 2-4, and the Coyotes record is now 11-17-4 for the season. It was the 900th game coached for Arizona coach Dave Tippett, who is now the 30th coach in the NHL to have accomplished this feat. Martin Hanzal also had good news to share with the team, as his wife gave birth to their first child on Friday. However, his delay of game penalty allowed the Kings to score on a power play. Devan Dubnyk, the Coyotes goalie, noted that power plays by the opposing teams when Arizona players have been in the penalty box accounts for 10 goals in 9 games. Catch the Coyotes take on the Philadelphia Flyers in Arizona on December 29. Tickets start at $33 for the Gila River Arena event.
12/18/14 - The Arizona Coyotes have turned things around with their victorious home game against the Edmonton Oilers. Edmonton took a one point lead in the first period, which the Coyotes managed to match in the second. Then Arizona was able to beat out the Oilers in overtime for a 1-2 win that ends their losing streak. Prior to this game, the Arizona Coyotes had lost five games in a row and nine consecutive home games. Arizona will be looking to carry their momentum with them as they begin several away games. They need all the energy they can get, trailing sixth for the Pacific Division and having 11-16-4. They may not be down and out yet, but they will need to fight hard to hold their own going forward. They return to Arizona on the 27th to take on the Anaheim Ducks.
12/12/14 - The Arizona Coyotes can’t catch a break this season. They were just handed their 4th loss in a row by the dominating Nashville Predators. The rough game started with Antoine Vermette earning an early lead for the Coyotes only 4 minutes into the game (Mikkel Boedker and Keith Yandle assisting), but they were behind by 2 at the end of the period and the game ended with 5-1. Arizona is now sitting at 10-16-3. This puts them 6th for the Pacific Division, only beating out the Edmonton Oilers. Hopefully, the Coyotes will be able to end their losing streak when they take on the Minnesota Wild on Saturday. Minnesota is another team that is trailing in their division, so it may be the perfect chance to turn things around. Tickets start at $19.
12/1/14 - The Arizona Coyotes ended their three game losing streak on Monday with a blowout win against the Edmonton Oilers. An impressive offense saw Arizona to a 5-2 win, scoring a whopping 4 points in the second period alone. Tobias Rieder was the star player, scoring twice. His first point was unassisted. Despite winning by a sizable amount, the Coyotes actually took fewer shots than the Oilers. This brings them to 10-12-3 and 6th in their division. They’ve got a long way to go if they want to catch up, but whatever happens, you can be sure that they will be fighting their hardest. They will be taking on the Calgary Flames next and then return to play the Los Angeles Kings. Tickets are available for $16.
11/26/14 - The Arizona Coyotes have a 9-11-2 record at the quarter mark of the NHL season. They sit in 6th place in the Pacific Division, but they rank 5th in the league in overall faceoff percentage at 52.5, showing they know how to get possession of the puck early on. The Coyotes also rank 4th in the league in blocked shots with 361. They have a great forward in Tobias Rieder, and their games often come down to the wire. After a strong win in a shootout against the San Jose Sharks, the Coyotes lost to the Anaheim Ducks. This coming Saturday, they host the Calgary Flames before heading out on the road for a game against the Edmonton Oilers and a rematch against the Flames. You’ll want to get your tickets to catch them on home ice.
11/19/14 - The Arizona Coyotes’ two-game winning streak ended on Monday when they took on the Washington Capitals. Each team managed to score only 1 point in the first two periods, and an ironclad defense for both sides prevented any goals in the last period, only 11 shots being made total. Unfortunately, the Capitals were able to get the tie-breaking point in overtime. This brings Arizona to 8-9-2 and 6th in Pacific Division, right ahead of the Edmonton Oilers (6-10-2). All season, whether they win or lose, the Coyotes do it in streaks, so if they hope to change that, the next few games will be vital. They can’t afford a couple more losses after Monday’s game put them back into the negative. Arizona is starting a series of away games, but will return on 25th.
11/10/14 - The Arizona Coyotes need the support of their fans after 3 disappointing losses. The Coyotes sit at 7th in the Pacific Division with a 6-9-1 record. On November 18, they host the Washington Capitals before going out on the road again for three consecutive games, so you’ll want to get your tickets for this home game to cheer them on. When the Coyotes played the Capitals at the first of the month, it was a tight game but Arizona took the victory in the end. The Capitals will be out for revenge. The Coyotes have a lot of work to do to fix their power play to get back in the winning column, but they have the talent on the ice. Get your tickets for this rematch and show your support for the Coyotes!
11/3/14 - The Arizona Coyotes have to be feeling confident after two solid wins against the Washington Capitals and Toronto Maple Leafs. At 5-6-1, they are 6th in the Pacific Division, and after some roster changes, the Coyotes seem to be back on top of their game. Their defense made some great plays against the Maple Leafs to keep them solidly ahead after scoring two goals in the first period, then extended the lead with another goal in the second period. On Saturday, November 8, the Coyotes return to their home arena to face the New York Islanders, then on Tuesday, the Dallas Stars. Come out to see them play and show your support. Get your tickets now for these great games and watch them take the victory!
10/27/14 - Arizona has certainly experienced some big changes over the offseason and in the beginning of the 2014-2015 season. With a new name, new offensive players, and having said goodbye to Radim Vrbata, some might consider the Arizona Coyotes almost to be a new team. As they work out the bugs, Coyotes fans are able to enjoy watching their defense make life difficult for opposing teams. In addition, the new offensive additions only help to add to the potential that Arizona is discovering in this new mixture of players. As they prepare for the at home game against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Arizona is sure to be polishing the harmony between their defense and offense to increase their overall effectiveness on the ice. Tickets for this upcoming game start at $14 per seat. With numerous seating options available, Arizona fans can get a great view of the action on Saturday.
The Arizona Coyotes did more than just change the name of their franchise this year. The team formerly known as the Phoenix Coyotes fell short of the 2014 playoffs by a mere two points, after the Dallas Stars stole the final wild card slot in the West from underneath them. The Coyotes made moves to bolster their offense and offset the departure of Radim Vrbata with the acquisition of Sam Gagner and rookies Max Domi and Henrik Samuelsson. With the likes of Yandle, Michalek, Ekman-Karsson and Stone returning in tact, not to mention the return to health of goaltender Mike Smith, Arizona’s defense remains locked and loaded. Will these desert dogs take it down to the wire in the 2014-2015 season? Lock-in Arizona Coyotes tickets now and how deep this Western Conference team takes it this year!
What does Arizona's 82-game slate look like this year? First things first: the Coyotes will seek revenge against the Stars when Dallas travels to Glendale on Nov. 11. Arizona opens their season up with a four game homestand at Gila River Arena, starting on Oct. 9 against the Winnipeg Jets, followed by a visit from defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings on Oct. 11. The Coyotes first road tilt takes place against the Predators in Nashville on Oct. 21.
4/8/14 – Tonight’s game in Columbus is a must-see with two wild-card berths at stake. Phoenix currently trails the Stars by one point in the West, and will need to avoid another shutout from the Blue Jackets (Jan 2) to keep their playoff hopes alive. Four straight losses have not helped the Coyotes by any means; however two shootout losses did give Phoenix some points. If the Yotes can keep the race tight, Sunday’s game in Glendale against the Dallas Stars (min. $27) is a no brainer! The get-in price is just $4 more than the previous night when the Coyotes host Division foes, San Jose.
4/2/14 – The west wild card race is howling close. After logging just one point on a two-game homestand, the Coyotes are currently out of a playoff spot. It is still unknown exactly when starting goaltender Mike Smith (knee) will return to the Phoenix Coyotes lineup; he is day-to-day and will be re-evaluated when the teams returns to Phoenix Friday. But first, a visit to Los Angeles to take on a hot Kings squad who has won seven of their last nine at the Staples Center.
3/27/14 – With less than a month left in the regular season, the Phoenix Coyotes are hanging on to the second Western Conference wild-card playoff spot. Netminder Mike Smith is leading the charge as the Coyotes try and get through their tough end-of-the-year schedule. They’ll play seven of their final twelve against current playoff contenders. Following tonight’s game in New Jersey, the Coyotes will play at home Saturday against Minnesota (avg. $61). Already creating buzz is the season finale at Jobing.com Arena against Dallas; the Stars are battling the Yotes for the final Wild Card spot.
3/19/14 – The Coyotes have won four of their last five, including three on the road. After a 4-3 victory over the LA Kings Monday night, Phoenix moved into eighth place in the Western Conference. April 1 game against the Winnipeg Jets (avg. $62) at Jobing.com Arena will have playoff implication as both teams are fighting for a wild card spot. But first, the Coyotes will host the Florida Panthers (avg. $34) and Boston Bruins (avg. $147) this week before heading out on a three-game road trip. Only seven regular-season games remain in Glendale; get out and support your team as they make a final playoff push!
3/10/14 – Are you hoping to be the Phoenix Coyotes 10 millionth fan on Saturday, when the Calgary Flames arrive in Glendale? The team is planning to present the fan with a custom Coyotes 10 Millionth Fan jersey, a Wyndham-sponsored trip and resort stay in Napa, Calif., a pair of Phoenix Coyotes season tickets for the 2014-15 season, two glass seats and a suite to games later in the season. Phoenix Coyotes tickets are $19 for your chance to be the lucky fan, so grab some soon before prices go up for this once in a lifetime event!
3/3/14 – The Coyotes cannot catch a break post Sochi as Phoenix has lost three in a row including Sunday to St. Louis in Ryan Miller’s debut with the Blues. Winger Brandon McMillan made his Coyotes debut against the Winnipeg Jets in Phoenix’s first game back after the Olympic break. The former third-round pick by the Ducks was recalled from the American Hockey League last Monday and has played next to center Mike Ribeiro and captain Shane Doan. Do your part and support the Phoenix Coyotes as they look to move past their recent struggles against Vancouver (min. $21) Tuesday and Montreal (min. $15) Thursday at Jobing.com Arena.
2/25/14 - With the close of the Winter Olympics, the Phoenix Coyotes are welcoming back bronze, silver and gold medals from a number of players. Lauri Korpikoski took the bronze medal in Finland's defeat over Team USA, while Oliver Ekman-Larsson (Sweden) settled for Silver as goalie Mike Smith and the rest of Team Canada was awarded gold in the Men's Hockey final on Sunday. Sochi fever may be over, but that only means the Phoenix Coyotes will be dialing up the heat in the playoff race when the second half of the season resumes! Phoenix Coyotes tickets start at $22 to catch them in their first game back from break against the St Louis Blues (March 2).
2/21/14 – Five Coyotes players represented their respective countries in the 2014 Winter Olympic Games including two who faced off earlier today in the semifinal, Scandinavian rivalry game - defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson (Sweden) and forward Lauri Korpikoski (Finland). Ekman-Larsson and the Swedes will play Canada (goalie Mike Smith was a scratch in semifinal game against the United States) in the gold medal game Sunday. Don’t miss the return of the medal winners when they return to Jobing.com Arena Mar 2 against the St. Louis Blues. Phoenix Coyotes tickets are averaging $54 (third cheapest in NHL) for the team’s remaining eleven home games.
2/4/14 – The Coyotes defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins Saturday 3-1, becoming the first Pacific Division team to beat the Pens in regulation this season. Zbynek Michalek scored the game winning goal against his former team; the defenseman’s first in 83 games. Phoenix will try to repeat against the Dallas Stars tonight at Jobing.com Arena; the last time the two teams met, the Coyotes outshined the Stars 2-1. Phoenix Coyotes tickets are just $5 Tuesday and is the cheapest game remaining on the Coyotes regular season schedule. The future Arizona Coyotes will take on the reigning Stanley Cup Champs three nights later under Friday night lights. Averaging $201, the Coyotes-Blackhawks meeting is the most expensive game outstanding in Glendale under the Phoenix name.
1/29/14 – At 25-18-10, the Coyotes sit in fifth place in the Pacific Division but just two points out of a playoff spot in the West. Earlier today, Phoenix Coyotes Co-Owner, President and CEO Anthony LeBlanc announced that the Phoenix Coyotes would officially change their name to Arizona Coyotes for the 2014-2015 NHL season. Will we see an economic impact from the name change leading to a bump in demand and an increase in Coyotes ticket prices? Phoenix currently has the cheapest ticket in the league, averaging $65 for remaining games at Glendale’s Jobing.com Arena.
The biggest change this offseason for the Phoenix Coyotes was securing new ownership of the franchise. With no plans to relocate, the new ownership group will change the team’s name to Arizona Coyotes following the 2013-14 season. In addition, the Coyotes signed free agent Mike Ribeiro, the only major change to the Phoenix Coyotes roster this offseason. The Centerman is coming off a spectacular season with the Washington Capitals and should immediately contribute to the top line. Ribeiro’s former team will travel to Glendale on 11/9 in a game that is averaging $73. Mike Ribeiro’s return to the Verizon Center-DC won’t happen until 2014 on 3/8 in a matchup that is averaging $120.
Last year the Coyotes finished the season 21-18, but missed the NHL Playoffs by four points. Phoenix was fourth in the Pacific Division; the Division has a new look this year after the realignment adding the Vancouver Canucks, Edmonton Oilers, and Calgary Flames from the Northwest Division and losing the Dallas Stars who are now part of the Central Division. The four most expensive games at Jobing.com Arena this season however do not come against Pacific Division foes. In fact, the most expensive games on the Coyotes schedule do not come until 2014 - Phoenix Coyotes vs. Boston Bruins (avg. $143) on 3/22 is the priciest followed by Phoenix Coyotes vs. Chicago Blackhawks (avg. $134) on 2/7. There are many displaced Blackhawks fans in Arizona who always show up to the game; that combined with the fact that the Blackhawks are the reigning Stanley Cup Champs and the game is the last before the Olympics break at home contribute to the high price tag.
The most expensive Division opponent is the Vancouver Canucks; the three games against the Canadian team average $88 with the cheapest being played on 11/5. This season Phoenix Coyotes tickets average $97 on the secondary market, a 95% increase from last year.