2020-21 Arizona Coyotes Inconsistency Puzzling

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The 2020-21 Arizona Coyotes have been an obliviously inconsistent team. Even with their 9-8-3 record through Friday’s games holding 21 points and tied for fourth with two other teams in the West Division, questions persist. Inconsistency Plague 2020-21 Arizona Coyotes Why can’t this team play a full 60 minutes? Will the 17th ranked power play […] READ MORE



2020-21 Arizona Coyotes Are a Tougher, More Competitive Team

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The 2020-21 Arizona Coyotes have made some roster changes, mostly due to salary cap financial restrictions. With very little resources to work with, new general manager Bill Armstrong did his best to improve his roster. It’s clear his direction and goal is to make the Coyotes a tougher and more competitive team. He added players […] READ MORE


Puck Drop Preview: 2020-21 Arizona Coyotes

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Welcome to Puck Drop Preview 2020-21, where Last Word on Hockey gives you a detailed look at each team from around the NHL leading to the start of this hockey season and offers our insight and analysis. Make sure to stick around until the end of the series, where we’ll offer our full predictions for the […] READ MORE




Arizona Coyotes Trade Proposal With Edmonton Oilers

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As teams who were eliminated from the playoffs evaluate how to improve their respective rosters, the trade winds will be blowing. Here, we are presenting an Arizona Coyotes trade proposal with the Edmonton Oilers. Arizona Coyotes/Edmonton Oilers Trade Proposal Both of these teams need different things to succeed. The Coyotes are cap space deficient and […] READ MORE



Arizona Coyotes Continuing History of Misfortune

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The Arizona Coyotes have been in existence since 1996 when they relocated from Winnipeg. That’s 23 years of hockey in the desert. But in that time, the Coyotes haven’t found much success. It’s a continuous trail of misfortune marking the Arizona Coyotes history. Call it bad luck, poor draft selections, bad coaching, or inept ownership… […] READ MORE