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Arizona Coyotes

Conference: Western

Division: Central

Stadium: Mullett Arena (capacity 4,600)

Head Coach: Andre Tourigny (2021-present)

2023-2024 Season Record: 28-40-14 (13th in Western Conference)

Legendary Former Players: Shane Doan (RW), Keith Tkachuk (C/W), Oliver Ekman-Larsson (D)

National Championships: 0

Star Player: Clayton Keller (RW), Nick Schmaltz (C), Sean Durzi (D)

Arizona Coyotes

The Arizona Coyotes are an inactive professional NHL hockey team from the metropolitan area of Phoenix, Arizona. The team began as the Winnipeg Jets back in 1971. They made it to the big league in 1979 when they joined the NHL. However, the Winnipeg Jets found themselves in Phoenix in 1996, where they officially became the Arizona Coyotes.

Since 2019, the team has been led by owner Alex Meruelo and plays at Mullett Arena in Tempe. They've played in various arenas, from America West Arena to Gila River Arena. They compete in the NHL's Central Division, representing the Western Conference.

Rival Teams

Arizona Coyotes vs Los Angeles Kings

The Arizona Coyotes and Los Angeles Kings have a long-standing rivalry. Their feud stems from geographic proximity, which understandably prompts competitive matchups. The Arizona Coyotes and Los Angeles Kings had an incredibly intense rivalry during the early 2010s when both teams were strong playoff contenders.

The game expectations between the Arizona Coyotes and the Los Angeles Kings are usually fierce. The two teams bring high intensity on the ice and exciting physical play that keeps their audience on the edge of their seats. The Arizona Coyotes and Los Angeles Kings teams looked to assert dominance in the Pacific Division; therefore, each time the two teams faced each other, it was critical for both to try to prove who the power team was.

Arizona Coyotes vs Vegas Golden Knights

The Arizona Coyotes and the Vegas Golden Knights do not have a long historical rivalry; theirs is, in fact, relatively new. The rivalry quickly became significant when the Golden Knights triumphantly entered the NHL. The Vegas Golden Knight became the nearest geographic and divisional opponent, in other words, a threat to the Arizona Coyotes.

The Arizona Coyotes and the Vegas Golden Knights are anticipated to be highly competitive. The new rivals have high expectations for their games. Both teams are fast-paced with high-scoring action. The Arizona Coyotes and the Vegas Golden Knights have played 28 games so far. The Arizona Coyotes have won 9 games, and the Vegas Golden Knights have won 19.

When does the 2024-2025 Preseason and Regular Season start for Arizona Coyotes?

The Coyotes' preseason usually starts in September, with each team playing between four and five games to prepare for the upcoming 82 regular season, which generally begins in late October.

Why should you buy Arizona Coyotes preseason tickets?

Buying Arizona Coyotes preseason tickets is a great way to see and assess any new emerging talent. It is almost like a preview, a sneak peek into what the season is going to bring, for example, new strategies and gameplay. It is a fun way to see what the teams have to offer in the upcoming season.

One of the truly best aspects of buying and watching preseason games is the relaxed atmosphere; although games are often filled with palpable energy, sometimes it's great to just watch and truly enjoy the game without all the nuances of overcrowding. On top of the relaxed and even intimate environment where you can be closer to the players, the tickets are often set at lower prices than regular season games, making it an excellent opportunity for fans to experience NHL hockey live.

2024-25 NHL Season Predictions

Which Teams Will Go To the 2024-25 NHL Playoffs?

The 2023-24 NHL season isn’t even over yet. The Florida Panthers and New York Rangers will meet in the Eastern Conference Finals, and the Dallas Stars and Edmonton Oilers will face off in the Western Conference Finals to determine who will win the 2024 Stanley Cup.

So, tabbing the 16 teams to make the 2025 Stanley Cup Playoffs may seem like a bit of a stretch, but like the NFL, NBA, and MLB, we can expect most of the usual suspects to still skate in the Postseason.

This year, the Panthers, Rangers, Bruins, Maple Leafs, Hurricanes, Lightning, Capitals, and Islanders made it from the Eastern Conference, with the Stars, Oilers, Avalanche, Canucks, Golden Knights, Predators, Kings, and Jets all qualifying from the Western Conference.

Who could make it next season, and who might not be in the final 16 teams on the ice? The Red Wings and Penguins both just missed out in the East, so any regression by the Capitals and/or Islanders may mean those two may qualify in the No. 7 and No. 8 spots. In the West, it seems the same eight will end up in the Playoffs, just in a different order.

Which Two Teams Will Go To the 2025 Stanley Cup Finals and Why?

There always seem to be two new teams meeting in the Stanley Cup Finals, and the NHL has arguably the hardest Postseason to navigate, with all four rounds of play both mentally and physically excruciating. Over the past five seasons, the Bruins (240 wins), Avalanche (238), Hurricanes (232), and Maple Leafs (221) are among the win leaders, but none of those four teams are still alive in the 2023-24 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The Panthers (224 wins) made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals last season and are in the ECF again this season, so to see Florida skating in the 2025 Stanley Cup Finals would surprise nobody. But expect the mad Bruins, hungry Maple Leafs, disappointed Hurricanes, and the Panthers rivals, the Lightning, to all have something to say about it.

The steady progress the Stars have shown and their ability to eliminate the defending Stanley Cup champions VGK and the mighty Avalanche, shows that this team has arrived, and until the Oilers prove they can play better defense and have a reliable Goalie, Jake Oettinger, and Dallas may be the new team to beat in the competitive Western Conference.

A Panthers-Stars Stanley Cup may be on the menu here in 2024, as well as a year and a month from now in the Summer of 2025.

2024-25 NHL Stanley Cup Prediction: Stars over Panthers, 4-3

Trade Rumors and Draft Picks

The Arizona Coyotes have been active in the trade market, especially back in March. There was much speculation surrounding several players both being traded in and out of the team, especially after suffering a near record-breaking 14-game losing streak. Bill Armstrong, the Arizona Coyotes general manager, was active until the NHL trade deadline, trading off veteran forward Jason Zucker for a 2024 sixth-round pick from the Nashville Predators.

That wasn't the only move the general manager made. He also traded Matt Dumba (defenseman) and a 2025 seventh-round pick to the Tampa Bay Lightning in order to get a 2027 fifth-round pick. The rumors are that the Arizona Coyotes are looking to bolster their blueline with a top defenseman as well as trade away veteran players to get more draft picks for a chance to snag younger talent for long-term rebuilding. Keep an eye on the developments as the offseason progresses.

How Much Are Arizona Coyotes Season Tickets?

You can find the cheapest Arizona Coyotes tickets starting from on TicketX. Prices can vary depending on venues and dates, so please check for tickets based on the venues and dates of events that you might be interested in attending.

The self-reported average price of Arizona Coyotes tickets (as of June 2, 2024):

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Mullett Arena

The Mullett Arena is located in Tempe, Arizona, and is the home of the Arizona Coyotes. The Mullett Arena is a new stadium that opened in 2022. It is the perfect NHL arena that consists of a new, state-of-the-art, and modern facility. The new arena aims to provide a more intimate yet engaging experience for hockey players and their fans. The area provides spacious seating and can hold a capacity of approximately 5,000. The Mullett Arena offers a closer view of the action on the ice, standing apart from the larger venues, making it a unique place to watch NHL games.

How to Get to Mullett Arena

  • Car/Transportation: Fans can reach the Mullett Arena by car or public transportation. The arena is accessible from major highways and several bus routes. The arena provides ride-sharing services and taxis, which are convenient options for getting to the arena.

  • Parking Info: There are several parking lots available near Mullett Arena. Parking prices typically range from $10 to $20, and the lots can accommodate thousands of vehicles. However, it is advisable to arrive early to secure a spot and avoid last-minute rushes.

Mullett Arena Bag Policy

  • Clear bags not exceeding 12" x 6" x 12" are allowed.

  • Small clutches or purses no larger than 4.5" x 6.5" are also permitted.

  • Backpacks and large bags are not allowed to ensure the safety and security of all attendees.

Mullett Arena Rules

  • Dos: Cheer loudly, respect other fans, and enjoy the game. Make sure to follow any additional instructions from arena staff and security.

  • Don'ts: No outside food or beverages, no large bags, and no offensive language or behavior. Smoking is not permitted within the arena.

Hotels Near Mullett Arena

  • Graduate Tempe: Located about 0.5 miles from the arena, offering convenient access and modern amenities.

  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites Phoenix Tempe - University: A budget-friendly option located 1 mile away, providing comfortable accommodations and essential amenities.

  • Tempe Mission Palms Hotel: A luxury hotel located 2 miles from the arena, featuring upscale services and facilities for a more luxurious stay.

Mullett Arena Seating Charts

The Mullett Arena offers a detailed seating chart highlighting different sections and pricing tiers. The seating chart ensures that fans can choose the best seats for their preferred experience, whether to be closer to the ice or enjoy a more panoramic view.

The seating chart is available on the Arizona Coyotes' official website and at the arena's box office.

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