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Radio Broadcasters

Bob Heethuis

Radio Play-By-Play Announcer

Bob Heethuis returns for his 24th season as a member of the Coyotes' radio team and his 17th season as radio play-by-play announcer. He called his 1,000th NHL game on Feb. 1, 2018 vs. the Dallas Stars.

For seven seasons, "Heeter" served as the studio host for all Coyotes radio broadcasts as well as the "Coyotes Wrap-Up Show" - a post-game call-in show heard on KDUS AM-1060 - now NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 - with interviews, highlights and analysis.

Prior to becoming the Coyotes' radio play-by-play announcer, Heethuis could be heard on the air on KDUS AM-1060 during the week updating listeners with news on the Coyotes and the rest of the sports world. He also hosted "Coyotes Weekly" - an hour-long Coyotes magazine show on KDUS AM-1060.

Currently in his 37th year of professional hockey broadcasting, the 60-year-old native of Muskegon, Michigan previously worked as the radio play-by-play voice for the International Hockey League's Muskegon Lumberjacks and Phoenix Roadrunners from 1984 to 1997. Throughout his 13-year career in the IHL, Heethuis had the opportunity to call over 1,000 regular and postseason games while earning IHL Broadcaster of the Year honors in 1994-95.

Heethuis received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Telecommunication from Michigan State University in 1983. While at MSU, he began his sports broadcasting career by calling Spartans' hockey, baseball and basketball games.

Bob and his wife, Malissa, reside in Ahwatukee.

Lyndsey Fry 

Radio Color Analyst

Lyndsey Fry enters her second season as the Coyotes' radio color analyst.

Fry also serves as the team's Director of External Engagement & Female Hockey as well as the President of the Arizona Kachinas girls hockey association which she cofounded for the organization. She originally joined the Coyotes' front office in 2018.

The Olympic Silver Medalist and Chandler, Arizona native is the first person, male or female, from Arizona to represent Team USA in ice hockey at the Olympics and the first athlete from the state of Arizona to win a medal in the Winter Olympic Games.

Prior to competing in the Olympics in 2014 in Sochi, Russia, she competed on two under 18 national teams and one senior national team in the World Championships where she won two gold medals and a silver.

Fry's hockey career also led her to her education when she had the opportunity to play NCAA Division 1 ice hockey at Harvard University. She then obtained her MBA from Arizona State University following her hockey playing career.

Fry's love of hockey and business led her to start her own ice hockey camp business, Lyndsey Fry Hockey, which allows her to travel to other non-traditional hockey markets around the Western United States and run camps for young girls.

Luke Lapinski

Radio Host

Luke began working with the Coyotes in August 2008. As the team's radio host on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM, Luke anchors the pregame, intermission and postgame shows for all Coyotes radio broadcasts, conducts off the ice interviews with players and coaches and hosts the Coyotes Corner podcast. He is also a co-host on Arizona Sports' the Natural Hat Trick podcast.

In addition to his hockey duties, he has been a part of numerous sports shows throughout the Valley and currently hosts "The Rundown with Luke Lapinski" from Monday-Friday, while also serving as a weekday fill-in host at the station.

Lapinski graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in sports psychology and, while at ASU, served as a play-by-play announcer for the Sun Devil hockey, football and basketball programs on KASC 1330 AM. He also covered the NHL on for three years.