As the 2014-15 season comes to an end, we take a look at who is finishing on a high note (or a low one).
For the Coyotes and their fans, winning isn't frequent these days. Yet while this season may have ended a while ago, there are legitimate reasons to not fear the future.
While the Coyotes steadily sink (such a shame!), their netminder continues his campaign to prove that 2011-12 wasn't an anomaly.
A pair of Coyote goaltenders earn their collective way to the top of the Hot list, while Anthony Duclair neglects to earn his way onto the ice in the QMJHL.
Winners and losers of this year's trade deadline grace our lists, among others.
While the Coyotes continue to sink, an exciting prospect gets ready to make his highly anticipated debut.
While the current Coyotes team is destined to be broken up soon, a slew of young players and new players are in the process of making their collective presence known.
Mike Smith had a great week. Christian Dvorak had (another) great month.
OEL, Korpedo and the goalies led the way for a Coyotes team that finished the week with a 3-1 record, reversing the losing trend of previous weeks.
While the idea of a 2015 Stanley Cup Playoff bid continues to fade for the Coyotes and their fans, the future is starting to look surprisingly bright.
The Coyotes are cold, but a break during All-Star activities gives them a chance to think about getting hot again.
We sort through a week of inconsistency for the Arizona Coyotes and find one shining gem: Mikkel Boedker.
This week featured a pair lopsided Coyotes losses, however certain young players within the organization continue to shine brightly.
Oil is highly flammable, and as a result, the Coyotes have flooded this week's Hot list.
The Coyotes show signs of warming up after securing their first home win in over a month on Tuesday night at Gila River Arena.
After an underwhelming week in Coyotes hockey, we take this opportunity to explore some of this season's more notable statistics thus far, on both ends of the spectrum.
All puns aside, the Coyotes are struggling to string together a convincing set of wins, yet a select few continue to shine. That, and other highlights (and lowlights) from around the NHL.
Last night was ugly for the Desert Dogs, but a few players are shining through and have earned a spot on this week's "Hot" list.
After a big performance in Vancouver last week, Martin Hanzal is wearing this week's "Hot" crown. Check out who the runners-up were, as well as who made the "list-that-shall-not-be-named."
After another seven days of NHL hockey, we take our weekly look at the Coyotes and the rest of the league to determine who's hot and who is wishing they were.
The first week of the 2014-15 NHL season had its ups and downs, not just for the Coyotes but the rest of the league as well. We take a look at both ends of the spectrum in this week's edition of "Who's Hot, Who's Not".
With the regular season set to begin tomorrow, we take our first weekly look at the Arizona Coyotes and around the hockey world to determine who is hot and who is, in fact, not.
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Gracie got engaged to her favorite player @aduclair10 today and we couldn't be happier for them! @ArizonaCoyotes pic.twitter.com/V7gTsCjIS8