It probably won’t matter in the standings, but the light at the end of the tunnel is finally in view for the Coyotes. When Arizona completes its games this weekend at Columbus and at Chicago, it will have played 21 of its 41 road games in the first 66 days of the season. According to FOX Sports Arizona research, that will be the fewest number of calendar days in NHL history in which a team has played its first 21 road games of a season.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Jakob Chychrun was running sprints this summer on the same hill behind the same rink in Arnprior, Ontario where he has trained for years. “The group I train with, at the end of the workout, we’ll do that for cardio,” Chychrun said. “We’ll do 10 hill sprints timed. We’ll go down backwards because it’s easier to brace yourself and rest for the next set because once you get down you’re going right away again.
Jakob Chychrun’s long wait is over. Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet confirmed that Chychrun will make his NHL debut on Sunday night when the Coyotes face the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena. Chychrun underwent knee surgery on Aug. 3 to repair an injury he sustained that week during off season training.
GM John Chayka says this move is simply about keeping the AHL defensemen playing. No corresponding roster move is expected before Thursday. At that point, the Coyotes will likely recall another defenseman. Nik Hjalmarsson is not ready to come off IR. https://t.co/41JzBJbanJ
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Selecting a term
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