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Arizona Coyotes Staff Member Tests Positive for COVID-19

GLENDALE, ARIZONA — The Arizona Coyotes were advised today that a staff member has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The staff member, who is in the Valley, is asymptomatic and feeling well, and is in isolation at his home. … Continue reading

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Xavier Gutierrez Becomes First Latino Team President & CEO in NHL History

GLENDALE, ARIZONA — Arizona Coyotes Owner, Chairman and Governor Alex Meruelo announced today that Xavier A. Gutierrez has been named as the club’s new President, CEO and Alternate Governor.

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Western Conference Play-In Preview

Photo: Andy Devlin/Getty Images The NHL announced that the Stanley Cup Playoffs will begin with 24 teams. While there are many boxes to be checked before play begins, Commissioner Gary Bettman said that the playoffs could begin as early as late … Continue reading

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Road Review: Gila River Arena, A Possible Neutral Site For 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Photo: The Arizona Republic About four weeks before the NHL paused the 2019-20 season due to the coronavirus pandemic, my dad and I went out West to see the Washington Capitals face the Arizona Coyotes in Glendale and the Vegas … Continue reading

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Which Teams Would Have The Best Chance Of Pulling Off An Upset In The NHL Play-In Round?

Photo: Norm Hall/Getty Images After the first round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs featured a whopping five upsets, just imagine the possibilities for this year with 24 teams and a play-in round for all teams ranked fifth through twelfth … Continue reading

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Report: Decision On NHL’s Phase Two Coming Within Next Two Weeks

Some teams are optimistic that the NHL will allow teams to begin skating again in small groups by the end of this month while others are pessimistic regarding that manner.

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Capitals’ T.J. Oshie: “The Moms Don’t Really Get Enough Credit, But They’re The Ones That Really Deserve The Thank You’s.”

Today is Mother’s Day and Sportsnet released a video of NHL players recalling their best hockey mom stories and saluting the one who gives so much love and support. Washington Capitals forward T.J. Oshie was featured in the video. We’ll … Continue reading

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Captain & NHL Team Pups Thank Frontline Healthcare Workers

Photo: @CapsPup Today is National Superhero Day, which honors superheroes both real and fictional. The NHL team pups sent a special message to frontline healthcare workers calling them “everyday heroes”, especially in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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NHL Teams, Including Capitals, Volunteering To Host Centralized Games To Resume 2019-20 Season

Photo: Rate Your Seats With the possibility of neutral site games now considered a “no-go”, numerous NHL teams, including the Washington Capitals, have offered to host centralized games to resume the 2019-20 season. Several other teams in cities where the … Continue reading

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Which Teams Has The NHL Pause Helped And Hurt?

Photo: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images As the NHL paused the 2019-20 season on March 12 in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, it came at a good time for some teams around the league that were getting away from their game … Continue reading

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