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Want to be on Paw Patrol?

The Arizona Coyotes Paw Patrol auditions for the 2018-2019 season have passed. Thank you to everyone who auditioned!

Please check back in August for formal announcement of the 2019-20 team.


What is Paw Patrol?

The Paw Patrol is a group of men and women who act as fan ambassadors for the Arizona Coyotes and are focused on in-arena and on-ice activities and entertainment. They meet and interact with members of our community across the state and create memorable experiences for the best fans in the NHL!

While every game and every day is different for the members of the Paw Patrol, we can guarantee one thing: that they have fun at their job! Whether they're throwing T-shirts in the stands, selecting special fans to ride the Zamboni or skating out and picking up hats off the ice after a hat trick, the members of the Paw Patrol get an experience unlike any other every time they work a game.

The Paw Patrol joins our mascot, Howler, and the players as the faces of the Arizona Coyotes. From signature events like the Draft Party and Howliday Skate to community events including golf tournaments, charity walks and viewing parties, a Paw Patrol member's job is always engaging and puts him or her in front of our fans across the state.


Meet the 2018-19 Paw Patrol


The Paw Patrol is a high-energy promotional and interactive team in charge of entertaining the best fans in the NHL. This group of fan ambassadors is primarily focused on in-arena activities, contests and promotions such as T-shirt tosses, seat upgrades, prize giveaways and more. They are also responsible for skating on the ice to remove build-up during media timeouts. The Paw Patrol helps to create a memorable in-game experience for fans and also represents the Coyotes at numerous events throughout Arizona.

No. In fact, many of the members are currently college students and/or hold part-time or full-time jobs. Being a member of Paw Patrol does, however, require a large time commitment as well as dedication to the Coyotes organization.

Yes - each member is compensated hourly for his or her work at games and events.

The Paw Patrol team is co-ed. Our males perform almost all of the same duties as our female members, including skating, on-ice and in-arena contests, community appearances and more.

No - we are simply looking for the best possible assortment of members for the 2018-2019 team. The Coyotes organization is prepared to accept as many or as few members as it sees fit in order to achieve the team's vision.

No - Paw Patrol members are not required to be skilled skaters. We take on all skill levels, from novice to professional-level, at auditions. It is important to note, however, that one of the main functions of being a Paw Patrol member is removing snow from the ice surface during games, so being comfortable on the ice is definitely a plus. Not all crew members skate, but we do encourage you to learn if you make the team.

No, members are not required to have dance or cheerleading experience. Dance or cheerleading experience is, however, very helpful in order to be successful at this job.

There are no specific requirements for height and/or weight in order to be a member of the Paw Patrol. The women's uniforms, however, are form-fitting and may be midriff-baring, and thus, team members are expected to be in good physical condition throughout the year. Males are also expected to be in good physical condition, as the job requires a high level of physical activity.

Members of Paw Patrol may not have any visible tattoos while in uniform. If you can fully cover tattoos with makeup, you may still be considered. Facial/body piercings and wearing jewelry while in uniform are not allowed, but if it can be removed, you may still be considered.

Those selected for the 2018-19 Coyotes Paw Patrol will be notified no later than Friday, June 22, 2018.