Looking to get back on track after dropping their season opener against the Dallas Stars, the Coyotes returned to the Valley to face off against the Chicago Blackhawks for their home opener. In front of a sold out Jobing.com Arena, the Coyotes would fall victim to Marian Hossa and the Hawks in a 6-4 loss. Unfortunately for the affiliates, they too would follow suit in Sunday's outings. More on the losses below.
Blackhawks vs. Coyotes Recaps & News
Phoenix Coyotes vs Chicago Blackhawks Postgame: Banner Night Goes Awry - Five For Howling
Blackhawks continue their reign as they rolled into Arizona Sunday night.
Blackhawks vs. Coyotes - 01/20/2013 - Phoenix Coyotes - Recap
Not feeling any sort of affects from last season's concussion courtesy of Torres, Marian Hossa notches 2 goals against the Yotes.
Phoenix Coyotes fall to Chicago Blackhawks, drop to 0-2 - AZCentral
A sluggish to the season, the Coyotes lose home opener to the Blackhawks.
In early hole, Coyotes must work their way out - Fox Sports Arizona
A two goal lead proved too much for the Phoenix squad
Torres watches, reflects as Hossa scores twice - Fox Sports Arizona
Marian Hossa paid the Coyotes back for his injury in last year's playoff series.
Off the Ice: Keep the faith in struggling Mike Smith - ArizonaSports.com
Carter Nacke says the start may have been ugly, but now is not the time to bail on the Coyotes goaltender.
Hockey News and Insight - The Hockey Writers
Yandle may very be on the chopping block as the Coyotes continue to look for some firing power.
Phoenix Coyotes aiming to keep momentum rolling after reaching conference finals in 2011-12 | azfamily.com Phoenix
Everything fell perfectly into place for the Phoenix Coyotes last season.
Glendale merchants excited for Phoenix Coyotes home opener - ABC 15
Fans aren't the only ones getting excited, local businesses are anxiously awaiting the Coyotes return home too.
Pirates falter in Manchester | Maine Hockey Journal
The Pirates fall to the Manchester Monarchs
Mistakes cost Pirates in loss to Monarchs | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Portland wastes an early lead and suffers back-to-back defeats for the first time since November.
Sundogs and Americans Split Two-Game Set, 2-1 Loss - Prescott News
The Sundogs come up short in part two of their weekend series against the Allen Americans.
Manchester Phoenix News
Phantoms Spook the Phoenix - News - Manchester Phoenix
Spooked by the Peterborough Phantoms, the Manchester Phoenix drop the game in OT.
News From Around the Hockey World
Stafford, Ott Set Different Tone For Sabres In 5-2 Win Over Flyers - Die By The Blade
This new season appears to have brought with it a newer, more physical Sabres team.
Sharks recover from terrible start to douse Flames in opener - Fear The Fin
Despite being dominated in the first period, the Sharks rode a terrific middle frame to a 4-1 win over Calgary in their first game in nearly nine months.
Neal, Malkin Continue Hot Start in 6-3 Win Over Rangers - PensBurgh
The lockout-shortened NHL may only be two days old, but the Pittsburgh Penguins have still taken four out of a possible four points, their best divisional competition is still a combined 0-4-0 and Sidney Crosby is still healthy and in the lineup.
The Final Howl
Te'o's girlfriend takes in Dallas Stars game - Fox Sports Southwest
The Dallas Stars went out of their way to welcome Lennay Kekua to Saturday's home game.