The Arizona Coyotes have missed the last four playoffs and are looking to stop that trend. General Manager Don Maloney was replaced with John Chayka during the offseason. Coach Dave Tippett was promoted to executive vice president of hockey operations as well. There have also been some changes to the roster to hopefully lead to a much stronger 2016-2017 season. Joining the team will be Alex Goligoski, Jamie McGinn, Ryan White and Luke Schenn. Saying goodbye so far include Antoine Vermette, Boyd Gordon, Kyle Chipchura and Nicklas Grossman. Razorgator has tickets for all games this season, so be sure to get yours now so that you do not miss any of the action on the ice.
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The Arizona Coyotes had an extremely exciting win over the San Jose Sharks on February 4. The Coyotes goalie, Mike Smith was able to make 38 saves throughout the game, which kept the Coyotes in the game. At the end of regulation time, it was all tied up 2-2, sending the teams into shootout mode. Again, Smith came to the rescue when he stopped Patrick Marleau and Joe Pavelski’s shootout goals. Brendan Perlini and Radim Vrbata were able to sink a goal each in the shootout to bring the Coyotes over the Sharks. Get your tickets today from Razorgator for the next Coyotes game against the Montreal Canadiens on February 9.
The Arizona Coyotes are finally on their way home from an absolutely disastrous road trip. They lost all three games, some in closer fashions than others. Thursday night’s defeat was particularly brutal, as the Coyotes managed to unnerve the mighty Minnesota Wild. The game was tied 3-3 heading into the final period. Unfortunately for Arizona, Minnesota managed to tack on a single goal in the final minutes, seizing the victory. Now, the Coyotes will lick their wounds as they head home to a clash with the Florida Panthers at Gila River Arena on Monday, January 23. Tickets are currently on sale and available for purchase at prices starting as low as $6.
The Arizona Coyotes are in an unenviable position this season, and the franchise is working to make some changes to the roster to help gain some ground in the NHL. The team has claimed Alexander Burmistrov off of waivers this week, and is hopeful the veteran winger from Winnipeg will help boost the team defensively. Although Burmistrov is no breakout star, he has been used effectively to help with the kill. Hopefully this will be just the change the Coyotes need. They take on the New York Islanders this Saturday, Jan. 7, at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona. Tickets can be purchased from us today starting at just $15!
If the Arizona Coyotes are going to salvage the 2016-2017 season, the team will have to learn to close out games. Heading into the third period in a showdown against the Calgary Flames on December 19, the score was tied at one goal apiece. While the Coyotes gave up an early score in the period, Ryan White knotted the game at 2-2 with just under 10 minutes left. Unfortunately, that was the last bright moment for Arizona, as the Flames scored two power-play goals and kept the Coyotes from scoring during a 5-3 power-play advantage. Arizona will look to get back on track during a home stand that includes a December 27 game against the Dallas Stars. Tickets for that matchup start at just $8.
It is a tough time to be an Arizona Coyotes fan, or player for that matter. The team has not won a game since November 27, bringing their losing streak up to five games in a row as of Tuesday night. Their most recent loss came at the hands of the Chicago Blackhawks on the road, which was hardly a surprise. Still, the 0-4 shutout defeat was a hard pill to swallow. They’ll hardly get any relief when they head home to host the Nashville Predators, so the Coyotes will surely need the home crowd’s support. Tickets to Saturday’s event against the Predators are on sale and available for $6.
The Arizona Coyotes got revenge at home last night. Last Thursday, they fell to the Vancouver Canucks on the road 2 - 3 in overtime. It was a tough loss, but the scrappy team was able to regroup for their next clash. On Saturday, they hosted the San Jose Sharks and came home with the opposite outcome. Arizona won the clash 3 - 2 in overtime. You can catch the Coyotes back in action after the Thanksgiving holiday. They will take on the Edmonton Oilers on Friday, November 25 at Gila River Arena. Tickets are already on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as just $19.
While segments of the November 8 game between the Arizona Coyotes and the Colorado Avalanche seemed hotly contested, the Coyotes set the tone for the team’s victory within the first minute. Jordan Martinook scored the opening goal after just 28 seconds had passed in the first period. The teams were still only separated by one goal after the second period, but with only 11 seconds having ticked off the clock in the third, Martinook scored again to put the Coyotes ahead by two in a game that would end 4-2. Arizona has a big matchup against the rival San Jose Sharks coming up on November 19. Tickets for that game are still available and start as low as $16.
The Arizona Coyotes aren’t off to the best start in the 2016-2017, and the team’s recent loss to the New Jersey Devils showcased many of the problems that are holding the Coyotes back. After Oliver Ekman-Larsson scored twice for Arizona to tie the game at 3-3 in the third period, the defense quickly gave both goals back to the Devils and ended up losing 5-3. The team will need to find a way to stay composed at the end of games if there’s to be any hope of getting the season back on track. Arizona will play host to the Nashville Predators on November 3, and tickets for that game start as low as $9.
The Arizona Coyotes start the season on October 15 when they host the Flyers before heading on a road trip that lasts until they host the Avalanche on October 29. The Coyotes did well in the preseason and ended with a win over the Sharks on October 7. The Sharks scored first, but then Anthony DeAngelo equalized before the end of the period. Radim Vrbata scored in the second to break the tie, and Shane Doan scored in the third period to ensure the victory. There is still time to get your tickets to catch all the action in person, including for the season opener on the 15. Ticket prices for the game start at $30.
As the Arizona Coyotes make changes in preparation for the 2016-2017 season, it is not just the players who are coming and going. General Manager Don Maloney was fired at the end of last season, with John Chayka replacing him. This week, the franchise made three more hires for coaching positions. Mike Van Ryn will serve as the development coach and Steve Potvin will be the skills coach. The Coyotes made NHL history with their newest skating coach, Dawn Braid. She is the first female to be a full-time member of a coaching staff in the NHL. You can still get tickets for the season, including for the first preseason game at home on September 26 against the Kings, for prices starting at $13.