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Arizona Coyotes’ Ineptitude Makes History

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To say that the Arizona Coyotes are suffering through a rough season would be a major understatement.

The Coyotes dismal play and horrid start has now found itself in the record books, for all the wrong reasons.

The Coyotes became the first team in the NHL’s 100-year history to be held without a regulation win through their first 20 games, per Sportsnet Stats.

Arizona ranked 25th in goals for (44), 31st in goals against (74), and 30th in save percentage at 5-on-5 (.903) as of Tuesday.

Arizona new head coach Rick Tocchet was expected to help lead this team to an improvement, but the results have not shown on the ice just yet.

 

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Coyotes Extend John Chayka

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The Arizona Coyotes have reached an agreement with general manager John Chayka on a long-term contract extension, according to an official team announcement.

Coyotes’ team owner Alex Meruelo issued the following:

“We are extremely pleased to sign John to a long-term contract extension. John is one of the brightest and hardest-working general managers in the entire NHL and over the past four seasons, he has done an excellent job of rebuilding our franchise and transforming the Coyotes into a contender. I am fully confident that John is the right person to lead us moving forward and help us bring the Stanley Cup to Arizona.”

Chayka, 30, became the youngest general manager in NHL history when he was officially hired back in 2016.

 

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Coyotes’ Nick Schmaltz Out for Season

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The Arizona Coyotes will be without forward Nick Schmaltz for the remainder of the season with a lower-body injury, according to an official team announcement on Tuesday.

Schmaltz was off to a red hot start since being acquired from the Chicago Blackhawks in November and had been out since December 30th.

Originally, it was though that he would only miss a few weeks, but now the news is much worse for the Yotes.

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Arizona Coyotes Moving to Central Division

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Following the announcement of Seattle as the NHL’s 32nd franchise on Tuesday, there is a shakeup happening in the league’s divisional alignment in the Western Conference to accommodate the addition of the brand new team.

It has been announced that the Arizona Coyotes will officially move from the Pacific Division to the Central Division beginning with the 2021-22 season to accommodate the arrival of Seattle, who will join the Pacific Division, giving the league 16 teams in each conference and eight in each division.

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