Arizona Coyotes

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The Arizona Coyotes are a hockey team based in Phoenix, Arizona. They are members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Coyotes started in the NHL as the Winnipeg Jets and were moved to the city in 1996. After the move, they were known as the Phoenix Coyotes until June 27, 2014.

The Coyotes play at the Gila River Arena (previously the Jobing.com Arena), in Glendale. They were previously partially owned by an all-time great of Hockey, Wayne Gretzky, before its sale to current ownership group IceArizona, LLC in 2013. The current head coach is Dave Tippett.

Roster

Goaltenders

  • 30 - Ilya Bryzgalov
  • 42 - Josh Tordjman

Defensemen

  • 21 - David Hale
  • 55 - Ed Jovanovski
  • 45 - Dmitri Kalinen
  • 2 - Ken Klee
  • 4 - Zbynek Michalek
  • 44 - Kurt Sauer
  • 3 - Keith Yandle

Forwards

  • 89 - Mikkel Boedker
  • 14 - Nigel Dawes
  • 19 - Shane Doan
  • 17 - Todd Fedoruk
  • 11 - Martin Hanzal
  • 36 - Joakim Lindstrom
  • 15 - Matthew Lombardi
  • 18 - Enver Lisin
  • 88 - Peter Mueller
  • 26 - Joel Perreault
  • 23 - Kevin Porter
  • 16 - Petr Prucha
  • 29 - Brandon Prust
  • 28 - Steve Reinprecht
  • 41 - Viktor Tikhonov
  • 91 - Kyle Turris
  • 8 - Scottie Upshall
  • 34 - Daniel Winnik

Team's Official Website