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Pre-Game Capsule: Coyotes vs. Oilers

by Dave Vest @davest4yotes / Coyotes Sr. Director of News Content

GAME 59:

Coyotes (16-32-10) vs. Oilers (23-29-4)

Arizona will try to stretch its winning streak to a season-high four games when it hosts Edmonton for a rare Saturday matinee in Glendale.
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'Yotes Notes: Keller Notches Four Points in Win over Canadiens

Coyotes rookie Clayton Keller chipped in a goal and three assists on Thursday night in 5-2 triumph vs. Montreal

by Dave Vest @davest4yotes / Coyotes Sr. Director of News Content

GLENDALE -- Clayton Keller, the NHL's Rookie of the Month back in October, is getting his second wind.

"He had a spell there where he was tired," Head Coach Rick Tocchet said after Arizona's 5-2 win over Montreal at Gila River Arena on Thursday night. "As a kid you're trying to figure yourself out in the NHL, and I think in the last seven games he's back to the Clayton of the first couple months."

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Pre-Game Capsule: Coyotes vs. Canadiens

by Dave Vest @davest4yotes / Coyotes Sr. Director of News Content

GAME 58:

Coyotes (15-32-10) vs. Canadiens (22-27-7)

Arizona, which is looking to extend its winning streak to three games, will begin a seven-game homestand on Thursday night when it hosts Montreal in Glendale.
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Goligoski, Goaltending Power Coyotes to Second Straight Win

by Jerry Brown @FrozenRubber / Arizona Coyotes Correspondent

A night after their biggest winning margin of the year, the Coyotes flew to San Jose and earned two more points the hard way.

Goalies Scott Wedgewood and Antti Raanta combined to make 40 saves and defensemen Kevin Connauton and Alex Goligoski provided all the Arizona offense in a hard-fought 2-1 win over the Sharks at SAP Center.

Wedgewood had 28 saves in two periods but was barreled over by Timo Meier of the Sharks 28 seconds into the third period and left with an upper-body injury. But Raanta came in, made 12 saves and helped fend off the hard-charging Sharks to finish off the win.

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Name to Know: Hunter Miska

by Anthony Perez The_Anthony_P / Arizona Coyotes Correspondent

GLENDALE -- Coyotes goaltending prospect Hunter Miska's stock is on the rise.

Miska, who is playing in his first professional season as a member of the Tucson Roadrunners of the American Hockey League, has posted a 15-4-0-0 record with a 2.69 goals-against average, a .904 save percentage and has allowed 57 goals in 23 games. 

After surrendering a season-high six goals in his professional debut on Oct. 7 against San Diego, he has not given up more than four goals in a game and has held opponents to two goals or less in 11 different contests.

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'Yotes Notes: Arizona Scores Season-High Six Goals

by Dave Vest @davest4yotes / Coyotes Sr. Director of News Content

Playing the 3,000th game in franchise history, the Coyotes notched a season-high six goals on Monday night during a resounding 6-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks at Gila River Arena.

Arizona scored two goals in each period to end a nine-game losing streak vs. Chicago.

Antti Raanta stopped 37 of 38 shots faced, and six players tallied goals for Arizona. Eleven Coyotes notched at least one point and five notched two. 

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Coyotes Earn Point, Lose Shootout vs. Flyers

by Jerry Brown @FrozenRubber / Arizona Coyotes Correspondent

Coyotes Head Coach Rick Tocchet has never been a big fan of shootouts. 

But with the Coyotes up one goal and the Flyers down one goalie after the first two rounds of Saturday's postgame shootout at Gila River Arena, Tocchet's team looked in good position to steal the second point and sweep the season series from Philadelphia.

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Roadrunners Report: Games 31-40

Led by three All-Stars and solid goaltending, Tucson keeps winning games

by Alexander Kinkopf @AEKinkopf / Tucson Roadrunners


Record: 7-3-0-0

Overall record: 24-13-2-1

Standings: First place, Pacific Division

TUCSON -- Through the American Hockey League All-Star break and into depths of the second half of the season, the Roadrunners continue to play a strong brand of hockey. Outweighing the team's attractive look in the standings is its perpetual yearn to improve and develop - which when done correctly, naturally translates into wins.

The team's recent 10-game run, a string in the schedule that expanded its travel destinations and welcomed an opponent to Tucson for the first-ever time, saw them post a respectable 7-3-0-0 record.

Success on the road continued, the Roadrunners winning five of their six games played in opposing buildings during that stretch, and are now a tantalizing 13-3-1-1 away from home.

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Coyotes Complete Wild Comeback at Minny

by Jerry Brown @FrozenRubber / Arizona Coyotes Correspondent

Down 3-0 in the second period and facing a fourth straight loss coming out of the NHL All-Star Break, the Arizona Coyotes came roaring back with one of their biggest comeback wins of the season on Thursday night.

Clayton Keller's first goal since New Year's Eve, a blistering shot into the far top corner of the net 3:55 into overtime, completed the rally and gave Arizona a 4-3 win over the Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center.

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Coyotes Assign Capobianco To AHL

by Arizona Coyotes @ArizonaCoyotes / Arizona Coyotes

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

GLENDALE, ARIZONA - Arizona Coyotes President of Hockey Operations and General Manager John Chayka announced today that the Coyotes have assigned defenseman Kyle Capobianco to the Tucson Roadrunners, the club's American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate.

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