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Board approves establishment of new franchise in Utah, future reactivation of Arizona franchise

April 18th, 2024

The National Hockey League’s Board of Governors today approved the establishment of a franchise beginning with the 2024-25 season in Utah, that will be owned and controlled by Smith Entertainment Group, which is led by Ryan and Ashley Smith. In addition, the Board approved a plan that renders the Arizona Coyotes franchise inactive, with a…

Coyotes announce commitment to win state land auction, build privately funded arena, entertainment district

April 6th, 2024

Following the release of a public land auction notice from the Arizona State Land Department for 110 acres of state-owned land at the Northwest corner of Scottsdale Road and the Loop 101 in the City of Phoenix, the Arizona Coyotes announced their commitment to win the auction and develop the land into an unrivaled sports,…

Coyotes owner to buy land in Mesa for ‘potential site for a sports arena and entertainment district’

August 10th, 2023

The Arizona Coyotes issued the following statement Wednesday. “We can confirm that Coyotes Owner, Chairman & Governor Alex Meruelo has executed a Letter of Intent to purchase a parcel of land located in Mesa, Arizona to be the potential site for a sports arena and entertainment district for the Club. The Coyotes remain committed to…

Coyotes top Panthers on emotional night at Mullett Arena

November 10th, 2022

That’s a win that won’t soon be forgotten. Lawson Crouse, Nick Ritchie, and Clayton Keller scored, Karel Vejmelka made 41 saves, and the Arizona Coyotes beat the Florida Panthers 3-1 on Nov. 1 for their first win at Mullett Arena. Colin White scored for the Panthers, while goalie Spencer Knight made 18 saves in his…

Scottsdale product, Maple Leafs standout Matthews named NHL MVP

June 22nd, 2022

Auston Matthews of the Toronto Maple Leafs is the 2021-22 recipient of the Hart Memorial Trophy, presented “to the player adjudged to be the most valuable to his team,” as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers Association. Matthews, a Hart Trophy finalist for the second straight year after finishing second in voting in 2020-21, is…

Coyotes to play at new ASU arena next season; Ice Den Scottsdale possibly team’s full-time practice facility

February 10th, 2022

The Arizona Coyotes announced today that the club has reached a multi-year agreement with Arizona State University for the Coyotes to play at the Sun Devils’ new multi-purpose arena beginning next season. The Coyotes will play all their home games at the venue from 2022-23 through the 2024-25 NHL season with an additional option for…

Bobcats grad, Scottsdale native Matthews tabbed NHL’s First Star for month of December

January 3rd, 2022

The NHL has announced that Toronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews has been named the First Star for the month of December. Matthews found the scoresheet in all seven of his December appearances, sharing the league lead with 10 goals while averaging 2.00 points per game (10-4—14) to guide the Maple Leafs (21-8-2, 44 points)…

Coyotes proud to announce launch of Angels for Higher program

November 11th, 2021

A decade ago, Robert Hendershot had a dream: A more fulfilling job and purpose for his bubbly and ambitious son with Down Syndrome. Ten years later, the most popular members of the Los Angeles Angels organization might be Mike Trout, Shohei Otani…and Trevor Hendershot. After years stocking shelves at a drug store understanding it might…

Scottsdale native, Bobcats graduate Matthews chosen for 2022 U.S. Olympic hockey team

October 7th, 2021

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews has been named one of the first three players of the 2022 U.S. Olympic men’s hockey team. “It’s no secret we’re excited about the prospects of our team for the 2022 games,” said Stan Bowman, general manager of the team. “Patrick (Kane), Auston and Seth (Jones) reflect the high…

Coyotes will be young in ’21-22, but team cautions on rushing too many youngsters to NHL

September 25th, 2021

Patience. If there is a single piece of advice to those players navigating through levels of competition, this remains to the ability to persevere. Sure, players at the junior and college level are anxious to showcase their skills, impress coaches and management, and gain the attention of NHL scouts. Such hopefuls may be affected by…

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