Phoenix Coyotes

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The Phoenix Coyotes first joined the NHL in 1972 and actually called Winnipeg, Manitoba their home; after finding a great deal of success in the World Hockey Association the Coyotes joined the NHL and moved to the city of Glendale, Arizona; an outlying suburb of Phoenix. Since then they have been beloved by their local Arizona fans and been hailed as one of the most resilient teams in the NHL today. Even with a handful of less than favorable seasons to their names and being plagued with issues regarding management and injuries; the Phoenix Coyotes have managed to always bounce back and have numerous successful seasons; making them a team to watch every year.


This resilience and perseverance has also helped the Phoenix Coyotes develop one of the largest fan bases in the league as well. Not only do the Phoenix Coyotes have thousands of fans in their home town; but they have thousands from around the country as well that have supported this team through their numerous seasons in the league. The Phoenix Coyotes have also head several notable players that have helped bring the team to prominence including Keith Tkachuk and Bobby Hull.



The team is a member of the Western Conference of the NHL. They are current proud members of the Pacific Division of their conference and often find themselves stacking up against the most competitive teams in the league today. However, they have still found a notable amount of success in the season and have had numerous play off appearances in their conference. They have also developed a reputation for having a fun and fast style of play that always keeps fans on their feet. With a new management mindset issued by hockey legend Wayne Gretsky; the Phoenix Coyotes and their fans are gearing up for the team to enter a new era and to start a new chapter in their history; one that they plan to include a Stanley Cup Title in.


Those who want to see the Pheonix Coyotes bring in this new era live simply need to get Phoenix Coyotes tickets for their home games in Glendale. These home games are held at the massive University of Phoenix Stadium. At these home games you can expect thousands of screaming fans, and more than 18,000 spectators ready to see what the Coyotes have in store.

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