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Station Channel Location
FOX Sports 910 AM Phoenix, AZ
FOX Sports 1450 AM Tucson, AZ
KVNA 600 AM & 104.7 FM Flagstaff, AZ
KAZM 780 AM Sedona, AZ
KIKO 1340 AM Miami/Globe, AZ
KNTR 980 AM Lake Havasu, AZ
KDDL 94.3 FM Prescott, AZ
KATO 1230 AM Safford, AZ

THROWBACK THURSDAY BROADCASTS

REBROADCAST DATE TIME (MST) ORIGINAL AIR DATE OPPONENT RESULT
Thursday, April 9 7:00 PM November 16, 2019 CGY @ ARI 0-3
Thursday, April 16 7:00 PM December 12, 2019 CHI @ ARI 2-5
Thursday, April 23 7:00 PM December 17, 2019 ARI @ SJS 3-2
Thursday, April 30 7:00 PM February 10, 2020 ARI @ MTL 3-2

Radio Broadcasters

Bob Heethuis

Radio Play-By-Play Announcer

Bob Heethuis has been the Coyotes radio play-by-play announcer since September 2005. 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.

The 58-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 Tempe.

Paul Bissonnette

Radio Color Analyst & Ambassador

Bissonnette joined the Coyotes in the radio booth in September 2017. A former Coyotes player, Bissonnette will again team up with veteran play-by-play announcer Bob Heethuis in the radio booth and serve as the team's radio color analyst and team ambassador.

In addition, Bissonnette produces digital media content for the Coyotes website and social media platforms by hosting player videos throughout the season including The Bachelor Report, Home Trippin' with Biz and Pillow Talk with Biz and Nasher.

Bissonnette is also a co-host on Barstool Sports' popular Spittin' Chiclets podcast and recently produced a five-part documentary series called Biznasty Does B.C. He currently has over 1 million Twitter followers (@BizNasty2point0) and over 300,000 followers on Instagram (Biznasty).

The 34-year-old Bissonnette played six seasons in the NHL with Phoenix and Pittsburgh. He registered 7-15-22 with 340 penalty minutes (PIM) in 202 career NHL games.

Bissonnette, a native of Welland, Ontario, also played 270 games in the American Hockey League (AHL) with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Portland, Manchester and Ontario. He recorded 647 PIM over seven seasons. In 2015, he helped Manchester win the AHL's Calder Cup championship.

Bissonnette was originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins (4th round, 121st overall) in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.

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 ESPN.com for three years.