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The professional Ice hockey team that plays out of the Phoenix suburb of Glendale. They compete in the National Hockey Leagues (NHL) Pacific Division of the Western Conference. Playing all of their home games at Gila River Arena in Glendale, AZ, boasting a seating capacity of 19,000.
Co-Owner, President and CEO Anthony LeBlanc announced on the 18th of September, that the Coyotes have signed a three year agreement with Bonneville Phoenix Media and Marketing. The plan to broadcast all the Coyotes home preseason games, all 82 regular and playoff games in the Valley on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM, ESPN Phoenix 620 AM and KTAR News 92.3 FM. LeBlanc went on to say that “We are thrilled to renew their partnership with Bonneville Phoenix”. “And we are looking forward to them providing our fans with outstanding Coyotes hockey broadcast on the Valley’s leading sports and news radio stations for three more years.”
Coyotes’ game broadcasts for 30 minutes prior to puck drop with pre-game coverage and 30 minutes after the game concludes. The post-game show will include player interviews and live broadcasts of Coyotes Head Coach Dave Tippet’s post-game press conference. Play-by-Play announcer Bob Heethuis will return for his 10th season with the team to call all games on the Coyotes Radio Network.
In a sea of new players, veteran goaltender Mike Smith came to the desert in 2011 and the Coyotes need a big season from Smith in goal to make this season an all-around complete success.
Who is the player that caught the eye of Head Coach Tippet? When asked who had impressed him most during the team’s first camp scrimmage. Head Coach Dave Tippett did not hesitate when answering, “Forward Justin Hodgman.” “He thinks the game well, makes good plays and he’s a good-sized guy,” Tippett said. “He is interesting.” So we along with Coach Tippett will wait and see if Hodgman delivers.