The Wrap: Keller Scores Twice but Coyotes Fall to Oilers in OT
Hayton extends point streak to nine games; Arizona is back in action on Fridayby Patrick Brown @pbrownhockey / Arizona Coyotes
Clayton Keller scored twice, J.J. Moser added a goal, and Connor Ingram made 27 saves, but the Arizona Coyotes fell 4-3 in overtime to the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday.
Keller has now recorded at least one point in 10 straight games.
Connor McDavid and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins each scored twice for the Oilers, who won their fifth straight game. Stuart Skinner made 14 saves for his 23rd win of the season, while Leon Draisaitl finished the game with four assists.
McDavid opened the scoring with a power-play goal at 5:47 of the first, banking the shot off Ingram from behind the net. Moser answered at 15:47 with a power-play goal of his own, though, taking a perfect feed from Matias Maccelli and tapping it into the open net.
Preview: Coyotes Face Oilers in Edmonton on Wednesday
Teams will face each other once more this seasonby Patrick Brown @pbrownhockey / Arizona Coyotes
March 22, 2023 | 7:30 pm MST | Rogers Place | Edmonton, Alberta
TV: TNT | Radio: ESPN 620 AM
The Arizona Coyotes are set to play their second game in as many nights, squaring off against the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday.
The matchup marks the second of three meetings between the two this season, as the Oilers won the first game 8-2 on Dec. 7. The season series wraps up next Monday at Mullett Arena.
Though the Coyotes dropped their Tuesday night contest in Winnipeg, snapping their eight-game point streak, there's still plenty of milestones out there for the team to hit. Barrett Hayton and Clayton Keller have each recorded at least one point in eight and nine straight games, respectively, while Nick Schmaltz is just one goal short of 100 for his career.
The Wrap: Coyotes Fall to Jets in Winnipeg on Tuesday
Arizona is back in action on Wednesday at Edmontonby Patrick Brown @pbrownhockey / Arizona Coyotes
Barrett Hayton scored and Karel Vejmelka made 23 saves, but the Arizona Coyotes fell 2-1 to the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday. Both Hayton and Clayton Keller extended their point streaks to eight and nine games, respectively, but the team still saw its four-game winning streak snapped.
Nikolaj Ehlers and Adam Lowry scored, and Connor Hellebuyck made 29 saves as the Jets won for the second time in three games.
The Coyotes lost in regulation for the first time since March 3, a span of nine games.
Preview: Coyotes Open Road Trip in Winnipeg on Tuesday
Arizona has earned at least one point in eight straight gamesby Patrick Brown @pbrownhockey / Arizona Coyotes
March 21, 2023 | 5:00 pm MST | Canada Life Centre | Winnipeg, Manitoba
TV: Bally Sports Arizona | Radio: ESPN 620 AM
Fresh off a 4-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday, the Arizona Coyotes open up a three-game road trip in Winnipeg against the Jets on Tuesday.
The Coyotes have had quite a streak going since the conclusion of the trade deadline, as they have won four straight, six of their last seven, and have not lost in regulation since March 3. Tuesday's game against the Jets marks the third-and-final game between the two teams this season, with Winnipeg taking the first two, 3-2 on Oct. 28 and 2-1 on Jan. 15.
Coyotes Launch Coyotesshop.com, a Streetwear-Infused E-Commerce Storeby Arizona Coyotes @ArizonaCoyotes / Arizona Coyotes
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Monday, March 20, 2023
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA --- The Arizona Coyotes announced today that the Club has launched Coyotesshop.com. This one-of-a-kind store blending culture, fashion and hockey is being launched in partnership with Fanatics as part of the NHLShop.com One Store program. Coyotesshop.com is the future of Coyotes retail - a destination for consumers to discover new product drops, access exclusive merchandise, and find information on the inspiration behind the design from its creators. The new e-commerce store is open around the world, yet rooted in Arizona's vibrant community and diverse culture, and inspired by local artists, creators, and musicians.
The Wrap: Coyotes Use 3-Goal Third Period to Rally Past Blackhawks
Arizona has won four in a row, extends point streak to eight gamesby Patrick Brown @pbrownhockey / Arizona Coyotes
That's an even 20 at The Mullett.
Barrett Hayton, Clayton Keller, Juuso Valimaki and Matias Maccelli scored, and the Arizona Coyotes used a three-goal third period to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-2 on Saturday at Mullett Arena. Ivan Prosvetov made 32 saves to earn his third win in as many starts, helping the Coyotes to their 20th home win of the season.
Arizona last posted 20 home wins during the 2018-19 season, when it finished the season 20-17-4. The Coyotes have won four straight games -- six straight at home -- and earned at least one point in eight consecutive matchups. They have not lost a game in regulation since March 3.
Preview: Coyotes Close Out Homestand Against Blackhawks on Saturday
Coyotes have won five straight games at Mullett Arenaby Patrick Brown @pbrownhockey / Arizona Coyotes
March 18, 2023 | 7:30 pm MST | Mullett Arena | Tempe, Ariz.
TV: Bally Sports Arizona | Radio: Arizona Sports 98.7 FM (English)/KHOV 105.1 FM (Spanish)
Fresh off a 3-2 win over the Vancover Canucks on Thursday, the Arizona Coyotes close out their four-game homestand against the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday.
Arizona has won three straight games -- and five straight at Mullett Arena -- and Saturday marks the fourth-and-final game between the two teams. The Coyotes are 1-1-1 against Chicago this season, and captured the last matchup, 4-1, in Tempe on Feb. 28.
Coyotes Staff, Alumni Partner with Habitat for Humanity for Tempe Build
Volunteers braved the elements on Wednesday for a great causeby Patrick Brown @pbrownhockey / Arizona Coyotes
The weather may have been cold and rainy, but that didn't stop Arizona Coyotes staff and alumni from showing up in force.
The Arizona Coyotes Foundation partnered with Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona on Wednesday to help the continuing construction of a home in Tempe, doing everything from nailing together roof trusses to painting fascia boards.
The Foundation awarded $20,000 to Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona earlier this year, and is now showing up in force to help with the builds, as well. Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona has built more than 1,200 homes and impacted over 5,000 Arizona families since its inception in 1985.
Josh Doan to Make Professional Debut with Roadrunners on Friday
21-year-old excited for next chapter after signing ELC with Coyotes on Thursdayby Patrick Brown @pbrownhockey / Arizona Coyotes
The decision to leave the Arizona State hockey program wasn't an easy one for Josh Doan.
In the end, though, it was the right one.
Doan will make his professional debut with the Arizona Coyotes' AHL affiliate, the Tucson Roadrunners, on Friday after signing a three-year entry-level contract on Thursday. The 21-year-old was drafted 37th overall by the Coyotes in the 2021 NHL Draft, and will suit up at the Tucson Convention Center Arena against the Calgary Wranglers tonight.
Doan made the tough decision to leave the Sun Devils hockey program after having an hours-long conversation with his dad, Coyotes legend and current Chief Hockey Development Officer Shane Doan.
The Wrap: Boyd & Crouse Propel Coyotes to Third Straight Victory
Prosvetov makes 29 saves as Arizona snaps Vancouver's 5-game winning streakby Patrick Brown @pbrownhockey / Arizona Coyotes
The Arizona Coyotes simply keep finding ways to win.
They're sure having fun along the way.
Travis Boyd scored twice, Lawson Crouse added a goal, and Ivan Prosvetov made 29 saves to lead the Coyotes to a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday at Mullett Arena. The win marked Arizona's fifth straight at home, and the team has now earned at least one point in seven straight games.
The Coyotes had a nine-game point streak earlier this season, from Jan. 26 - Feb. 19.