As the NHL offseason comes toward its end, let's take a look at where the Arizona Coyotes stand now. Before we get there, how did the Coyotes perform last season? The Yotes finished 7th place in the Central Division last season with a 28-40-14 record, totaling to 70 points as expected with what their roster was compiled of. What was not expected; was their home record at Mullett Arena, which ranked among the best home-ice records in the NHL this past season (21-15-5). Referred to as the “Mullett Magic,” the 5,000-seat capacity arena was a unique atmosphere that many opposing teams had trouble winning in. After hearing how the Yotes' past season went, what moves were needed to be made in the summer?
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Melbourne, Austallia – The Arizona Coyotes travel to Australia to take on the Los Angeles Kings for a preseason series with games taking place on September 23rd and 24th. The first set of NHL games to take place in Australia is another attempt by the NHL to grow its market overseas.
With the NHL openly testing the relocation waters, it got us thinking. They haven’t been afraid of expansion in the past, and with the uneven balance between the conferences, could be looking to do so again. WIth that, our NHL staff writers give their thoughts on where the league could look for host cities to potential expansion.
TEMPE, Ariz. – The ASU Women’s ACHA D1 Club Ice Hockey Team opens its season on September 28th, 2023 against Maryville University at 9:15pm at the Mountain American Community Iceplex (MACU).