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Arizona Coyotes 2024 Stanley Cup Odds

Arizona Coyotes 2024 Stanley Cup Odds

One of the most pleasant surprises in the first half of the 2023-24 NHL season was the Arizona Coyotes. Arizona had a winning record and was in the thick of the playoff race. The Coyotes are succeeding with a shoestring budget and without a permanent home arena. Also, Arizona lacks a marquee man superstar. The Coyotes' performance is a classic case of the final sum outweighing the parts. Still, the future is foggy for Arizona. The NHL told the Coyotes to find a site for a new arena this year. None has been found. So, the Coyotes will continue to play at Arizona State University, facing the possibility of being moved elsewhere.

2024 Stanley Cup Betting Odds

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At the approach of the All-Star Break, the Arizona Coyotes are 23-21-3 straight up and 23-16-2 over/under the total. Also, Arizona is 4th in the Western Conference wild card playoff standings. Arizona is four points behind the Nashville Predators in the Western Conference wild card playoff race. Late on Arizona has covered two out of their last six games. While the Coyotes have gone under the total in three of its previous ten matchups. Arizona has NHL rankings of 20th for goals scored and 11th for power play efficiency. In comparison on defense, the Coyotes have NHL rankings of 14th for goals against and 18th for penalty killing.

As the metrics reveal, Arizona has no real strengths. The power play has been the main asset, while the goaltending has been solid. Still, there is not enough there to sustain success over the long haul. Arizona may continue to offer better value to gamblers than their opponents based on favorable pricing. Casuals are not enamored with the Coyotes.

Arizona Coyotes Key Players

C Clayton Keller has been the key offensive producer for Arizona. Keller scored 19 goals with 24 assists and 43 points in his first 46 games. Keller was the 7th overall pick of the 2016 NHL Draft by the Coyotes. He immediately broke into the NHL in 2016-17 and is a four-time NHL All-Star, including this year. Keller is coming off a career season in 2022-23 with 37 goals, 49 assists, and 86 points.

LW Lawson Crouse added 18 goals with ten assists in his first 45 games. Crouse was the 11th overall pick of the 2015 NHL Draft by the Florida Panthers. He has played for the Coyotes since 2016-17. In 423 career games, Crouse has 80 goals, 75 assists, and 155 points.

Number one defenseman Sean Durzi is emerging as one of the best in the NHL. In his first 40 games, Durzi had seven goals, 20 assists, 27 points, and a +11. Durzi began his NHL career with the Los Angeles Kings in 2021-22. In 136 career games he has 12 goals, 53 assists, and 65 points.

Arizona Coyotes Goaltenders

Number one goaltender Connor Ingram had an impressive .919 save percentage and 2.47 goals against average in his first 30 games. Ingram broke into the NHL with the Nashville Predators in 2021-22. This is his second season with the Coyotes.

Arizona Coyotes Head Coach

Head coach Andre Tourigny is in his third season behind the bench for Arizona. He arrived from the Quebec Major Junior League and Ontario Hockey League, where he was one of the most accomplished coaches in the junior ranks.

Season-by-Season Record (Last 5)

2022–23 82 28 40 7th, Central Did not qualify
2021–22 82 25 50 8th, Central Did not qualify
2020–21 56 24 26 5th, West Did not qualify
2019–20 70 33 29 5th, Pacific Lost in First Round, 1–4 (Avalanche)
2018–19 82 39 35 4th, Pacific Did not qualify
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Arizona Coyotes History

Born in 1972 as a World Hockey Association charter member as the Winnipeg Jets, the Coyotes moved to the metro Phoenix area in 1996. Their best season was in 2012, when they made the Western Conference Final. Ironically enough, that is when they were an orphan owned by the NHL.

From the start, it has been a struggle for Arizona in the desert. Originally the Coyotes shared an arena with the NBA Phoenix Suns. But many of the seats in one end zone were obstructed. When the Coyotes finally got their own home, it was in remote Glendale. The theory was that there would be major land development with a shopping mall, homes, and entertainment complexes. The project never worked despite a football stadium for the NFL Arizona Cardinals being next door. Coyote fans hated the long drive from downtown and affluent Scottsdale. Especially for weeknight games.

Now the Coyotes have left Glendale to play at the home of the NCAA Arizona State Sun Devils program in an arena that seats around 6,000 fans. The plan is to play there for a couple of years until a new arena can be built in Tempe. The project is yet to see a shovel penetrate the ground.

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