The Phoenix Coyotes play their home games at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, Arizona. Their history as the Coyotes have not been that great, but they are moving in the right direction the last three seasons. The fans frequently fill the 17,900 seat stadium and the team will need the support of the fan base to keep the success going. You can find all Phoenix Coyotes home and away games when you shop in the BroadRippleTickets.com marketplace
The Phoenix Coyotes experienced their most successful season in the desert since moving their in 1996. The Coyotes have had the issues off the ice, but it seems every year they put a competitive team on the ice. They have made the playoffs the last three years under the cloud of uncertainty with ownership. The Coyotes defeated the Minnesota Wild on the last day of the regular season to win the Pacific Division to capture the team’s first division title as NHL team since they were the Winnipeg Jets.
This gave them the third seed in the West, and with it home ice advantage in a playoff series for only the third time in franchise history. Phoenix matched up with the Chicago Blackhawks in the opening round of the playoffs. They defeated the Blackhawks in six games, notching the franchise's first playoff series win since 1987. The first five games went to overtime, tying a record when the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs accomplished the same feat in the 1951 Stanley Cup Final.
The Coyotes and their fans were excited to be in the second round of the playoffs as they took on a worthy opponent in the Nashville Predators. The Coyotes eliminated the Predators in five games, allowing the franchise to advance to its first Conference Final. The Coyotes would fall to the Los Angeles Kings in five games. The Coyotes gave their fans one wild ride in the playoffs this past season, but with several key departures on offense, can the Coyotes make another trip to the playoff. Though do not underestimate head coach Dave Tippet, who has done a remarkable job keeping this team in contention in every year.
The Phoenix Coyotes were able to sign their captain Shane Doan to a four year contract extension to allow him to finish his career with the Winnipeg/Phoenix franchise. The Coyotes play in downtown Glendale, Arizona and recently have been able to sellout a majority of their games especially against their Conference rivals. The Coyotes have a strong following around the country, so if you’re a fan of the team and can’t get to Arizona for a game, don’t worry Broad Ripple Tickets has tickets for all their away games. If you do not want to miss your chance to watch Coyotes compete then purchase Phoenix Coyotes Tickets today!
Who is the all-time leading goal-scorer for the Phoenix Coyotes? Dale Hawerchuk
What arena do the Phoenix Coyotes skate their home contests in? Jobing.com Arena, Glendale
Who is the coach for the Phoenix Coyotes? Dave Tippett
Which members of the NHL Hall of Famers played for the Phoenix Coyotes? Mike Gartner and Brett Hull