Phoenix Coyotes Tickets

One of the most talented professional ice hockey teams of the country is now coming to give you a series of smashing matches once again and you do not want to miss this amazing event. The Phoenix Coyotes are ready to bring to some serious action at their upcoming games. The team belongs to Glendale, Arizona, United States, and takes part in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League. The team has been playing outstandingly ever since their formation in the year 1972. Now, they are ready to give you a series of new performances that will surely blow you away. Catch them live with your Phoenix Coyotes tickets and have an amazing ice hockey experience!



The Phoenix Coyotes were originally named the Winnipeg Jets and they belonged to the WHA (World Hockey Association). When the World Hockey Association unfolded in the year 1979, the Phoenix Coyotes became one of the four ice hockey teams to be absorbed into the National Hockey League. The Winnipeg Jets were relocated in the year 1996 and their name was changed to the Phoenix Coyote. The initial home ground of the team was named the US Airways Center, which was at that time called the America West Arena. However, the team was moved to a new home ground in the year 2003, which was called the Glendale Arena. Now, its name has been changed to the Jobing.com Arena.



Following the arrival of the team in Phoenix, they saw six continued brilliant seasons, reaching the play off games every year except only one. They became a tremendous success, partly due to the fact that there were large amounts of Northern transplants in Phoenix. Dave Tippett became the head coach of the team on the 24 th of September, 2009 following the resignation of Wayne Gretzky. Under the lead of their new coach, the Phoenix Coyotes managed to win numerous games in the 2009-2010 season.



The Phoenix Coyotes managed to get a play off spot on the 27 th of March, 2010. This was their first play off spot ever since the season of 2001 – 2002. The team managed to reach a hundred point mark for the first time in their history as part of the National Hockey League. Ultimately, they ended with one hundred and seven points, which were their highest point in the thirty eight year history of the team. The team played against the Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Play offs in the year 2010. However, the team did not manage to win the Cup.



The Phoenix Coyotes have had the National Hockey League as their owners ever since the year 2009. The team has Howler as their mascot. The mascot is coyote suited and was officially introduced as their mascot on the 15 th of October, 2005. He has a website of his own for his Kids Club. The team's jersey has the number ninety six written on it, due to the fact that the team were moved to Phoenix from Winnipeg in the year 1996. The Phoenix Coyotes have white, desert sand, black, red and sedona as their team colors. Their general manager is Don Maloney.



Under the leadership of Shane Doan, who is their captain, the Phoenix Coyotes have been playing quality ice hockey ever since they came into existence. The team has the Portland Pirates from the American Hockey League as their minor league affiliates, along with the Arizona Sundogs and the Gwinnett Gladiators. The Coyotes are now ready to bring to you some heavy action at their upcoming games, which are just around the corner. If you are a fan of ice hockey, you should not miss these matches as they will be loaded with great excitement, fun and thrill. Act now and book the best Phoenix Coyotes tickets only from us, as we provide you with the best tickets for all the top events!

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