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Arizona Coyotes Playoff Tickets
Team: Arizona Coyotes
Conference: Western Conference
Coach: Rick Tocchet
Year Entered League: 1979
Arena: Gila River Arena
Arizona Coyotes Playoff TicketsThere is a new era in Arizona Coyotes hockey that began in 2019. After years of ownership uncertainty, the Coyotes franchise was purchased by an owner with the financial resources to help bring the team back into competitiveness. Alex Meruelo is now the owner of the organization, and the club looks closer than ever to returning to the postseason with a franchise legend at the helm of the team. The Coyotes only missed the playoffs by two wins in 2018-19 and, after acquiring Phil Kessel in the offseason, looks poised to make its first playoff run in years. This year, the Coyotes is relying heavily on goalie Darcy Kuemper to help carry the team. Kuemper was a career backup before finding his stride last season and winning the top spot between the pipes in Arizona. Grab your Arizona Coyotes playoff tickets at StubHub today.
When did the Arizona Coyotes begin play?The Arizona Coyotes moved to Phoenix from Winnipeg in 1996. Before that, the team was known as the Jets. Moving to the Phoenix market was part of a push by the league to expand to Sun Belt markets that were not traditionally known as hockey strongholds. The team received its name through a local contest.
What is the Arizona Coyotes' playoff track record?The Coyotes has not reached the Stanley Cup Finals since the move to Phoenix or even before that. The closest that the franchise has come to reaching the Stanley Cup Finals was in 2012 when the Coyotes fell to the Los Angeles Kings in the Conference Finals. That was the last time that Coyotes reached the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Who are the Arizona Coyotes' franchise greats?Although it did not win a conference title, the Coyotes team was absolutely loaded during its early years in Arizona. The front line featured NHL legends Jeremy Roenick, Keith Tkachuk and Rick Tocchet. The team also featured young winger Shane Doan. The biggest legend ever to be associated with the franchise prowled the coach's box. The Great One Wayne Gretzky was the bench boss and part owner of the franchise.
Where does the Arizona Coyotes team play home games?The Coyotes franchise plays at Gila River Arena in Glendale, which is right outside of Phoenix. The arena was built in 2003 to lure the Coyotes out to the suburbs. The arena is one of the more intimate settings for hockey in the league and has one of the smallest seating capacities at just over 17,000 spectators.
Who is the coach of the Arizona Coyotes?Rick Tocchet has returned to the team to lead it from the sideline. Under Tocchet, the team has experienced a minor revival. Last season, the Coyotes posted its first winning record in five seasons, and the franchise is continuing its march up the Western Conference standings to the point where the team is now a contender to reach the playoffs. Tocchet's style is freewheeling and allows the players to improvise with puck movement although the team does play a trap-oriented defensive style of hockey.
Who are the Arizona Coyotes’ biggest rivals?In terms of intensity, the Coyotes have the toughest rivalry against the Anaheim Ducks as the two teams will drop the gloves and fight with frequency. The Coyotes and the Ducks are division rivals. The Coyotes also has a rivalry with the Los Angeles Kings, having lost to the Kings in the conference finals in 2012. The teams will generally play closely contested, low-scoring matchups that feature stellar goalkeeping.
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