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Arizona Coyotes

Conference: Western

Division: Central

Stadium: Mullett Arena (capacity 4,600)

Head Coach: Andre Tourigny (2021-present)

Starting Goaltender: Connor Ingram/Karel Vejmelka

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

2022-23 Regular Season: 28-40-14 (13th in Western Conference)

2023 Playoffs: Did not qualify

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

Stanley Cups (NHL Championships): 0

Arizona Coyotes

The Arizona Coyotes (formerly the Phoenix Coyotes) will never be very popular in the Canadian city of Winnipeg, Manitoba, as the Coyotes came about after the owner of the Phoenix Suns NBA team purchased and relocated the Winnipeg Jets (the Jets have since been reborn as an NHL franchise in Winnipeg after acquiring and renaming the Atlanta Thrashers). The Coyotes began life in the Grand Canyon State with a fairly strong team composed of perennial All-Stars like Keith Tkachuk and Shane Doan (who played his entire 21-year career for the franchise) that they had inherited from Winnipeg and made the playoffs in five of their first six seasons, though they never got past the first round (Western Conference Quarterfinals). The Coyotes then tailed off for a few years before a brief resurgence between 2009-2012, during which the team put together their best-ever playoff run. Entering the postseason on a wave of expectation after finishing top of the Pacific Division for the first time in franchise history (including the original Jets era). The team from Arizona went on to defeat the Chicago Blackhawks in six games and the Nashville Predators in five before falling at last to the Los Angeles Kings in the Western Conference Finals. Since that glorious run, the Coyotes have struggled, making the playoffs just once, struggling to attract crowds, and running into increasingly acute financial difficulties. This shortfall led to the team being kicked out of their venue in Phoenix, leaving them with no option but to play in Arizona State University’s 4,600-capacity Mullett Arena in the nearby suburb of Tempe. While it is by far the smallest venue in North American professional sports, visitors to the Mullett have been pleasantly surprised at the atmosphere a full crowd in the place can generate. That said, the Coyotes will definitely need to find a new home venue soon or they will find themselves facing relocation.

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