Arizona Coyotes Schedule 2022-2023

From exhilarating home games within Mullett Arena to adrenaline-pumping away matchups, every game is a nail-biting spectacle across the Arizona Coyotes schedule. See all the games below:

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The Arizona Coyotes didn’t make the postseason but swipe down to see all the scores from the regular season.

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Arizona Coyotes Scores

October 2022

  • 10/14, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, L 6-2
  • 10/16, Bruins, TD Garden, L 6-3
  • 10/18, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, W 4-2
  • 10/21, Canadiens, Bell Centre, L 6-2
  • 10/22, Senators, Canadian Tire Centre, L 6-2
  • 10/26, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, W 6-3
  • 10/29, Jets, Mullett Arena, L 3-2 OT
  • 10/31, Rangers, Mullett Arena, L 3-2

November 2022

  • 11/02, Panthers, Mullett Arena, W 3-1
  • 11/04, Stars, Mullett Arena, L 7-2
  • 11/05, Capitals, Capital One Arena, W 3-2
  • 11/09, Sabres, KeyBank Center, W 4-1
  • 11/11, Islanders, UBS Arena, W 2-0
  • 11/13, Devils, Prudential Center, L 4-2
  • 11/14, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, L 4-1
  • 11/18, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, L 4-1
  • 11/22, Predators, Bridgestone Arena, L 4-3 SO
  • 11/24, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, W 4-0
  • 11/26, Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena, L 4-3 SO
  • 11/27, Wild, Xcel Energy Center, L 4-3

December 2022

  • 12/02, Kings, Arena, L 5-3
  • 12/04, Canucks, Rogers Arena, L 3-2 OT
  • 12/06, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, L 3-2
  • 12/08, Oilers, Rogers Place, L 8-2
  • 12/10, Bruins, Mullett Arena, W 4-3
  • 12/12, Flyers, Mullett Arena, W 5-4 OT
  • 12/14, Sharks, SAP Center at San Jose, L 3-2
  • 12/17, Islanders, Mullett Arena, W 5-4
  • 12/18, Sabres, Mullett Arena, L 5-2
  • 12/20, Canadiens, Mullett Arena, L 3-2 OT
  • 12/22, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, L 5-2
  • 12/24, Kings, Mullett Arena, W 2-1 SO
  • 12/28, Avalanche, Mullett Arena, W 6-3
  • 12/30, Maple Leafs, Mullett Arena, W 6-3
  • 12/31, Lightning, Amalie Arena, L 5-3

January 2023

  • 01/04, Panthers, FLA Live Arena, L 5-3
  • 01/06, Flyers, Wells Fargo Center, L 6-2
  • 01/07, Blackhawks, United Center, L 2-0
  • 01/09, Penguins, Mullett Arena, L 4-1
  • 01/11, Sharks, Mullett Arena, L 4-2
  • 01/13, Senators, Mullett Arena, L 5-3
  • 01/15, Wild, Xcel Energy Center, L 2-1
  • 01/16, Jets, Canada Life Centre, L 2-1
  • 01/18, Red Wings, Mullett Arena, W 4-3 SO
  • 01/20, Capitals, Mullett Arena, L 4-0
  • 01/22, Stars, American Airlines Center, L 4-0
  • 01/23, Golden Knights, Mullett Arena, W 4-1
  • 01/25, Ducks, Mullett Arena, L 5-2
  • 01/27, Blues, Mullett Arena, W 5-0
  • 01/29, Ducks, Honda Center, L 2-1 OT

February 2023

  • 02/07, Wild, Mullett Arena, W 3-2
  • 02/11, Blackhawks, United Center, L 4-3 OT
  • 02/12, Blues, Enterprise Center, L 6-5 OT
  • 02/14, Predators, Bridgestone Arena, W 4-2
  • 02/16, Lightning, Mullett Arena, W 1-0 SO
  • 02/19, Kings, Arena, L 6-5 SO
  • 02/20, Blue Jackets, Mullett Arena, W 3-2 OT
  • 02/23, Flames, Mullett Arena, L 6-3
  • 02/27, Predators, Mullett Arena, L 6-2

March 2023

  • 03/01, Blackhawks, Mullett Arena, W 4-1
  • 03/02, Stars, American Airlines Center, L 4-2
  • 03/04, Hurricanes, Mullett Arena, L 6-1
  • 03/06, Devils, Mullett Arena, L 5-4 OT
  • 03/08, Blues, Mullett Arena, W 6-2
  • 03/10, Predators, Mullett Arena, W 4-1
  • 03/11, Avalanche, Ball Arena, L 3-2 OT
  • 03/13, Wild, Mullett Arena, W 5-4 OT
  • 03/15, Flames, Mullett Arena, W 4-3 OT
  • 03/17, Canucks, Mullett Arena, W 3-2
  • 03/19, Blackhawks, Mullett Arena, W 4-2
  • 03/22, Jets, Canada Life Centre, L 2-1
  • 03/23, Oilers, Rogers Place, L 4-3 OT
  • 03/25, Avalanche, Ball Arena, L 3-1
  • 03/26, Avalanche, Mullett Arena, L 4-3 SO
  • 03/28, Oilers, Mullett Arena, L 5-4

April 2023

  • 04/01, Stars, Mullett Arena, L 5-2
  • 04/02, Sharks, Mullett Arena, L 7-2
  • 04/04, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, L 8-1
  • 04/07, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, L 4-2
  • 04/08, Ducks, Mullett Arena, W 5-4 OT
  • 04/11, Kraken, Mullett Arena, L 4-1
  • 04/14, Canucks, Mullett Arena, L 5-4 OT

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How long is the Arizona Coyotes’ season?

The duration of the Arizona Coyotes season, as with all NHL teams, is determined by their regular season schedule and playoff performance. In general, the NHL regular season consists of 82 games and runs from early October to early April. If the Coyotes made it to the playoffs, their season could extend until mid-June, depending on how far they progress through the postseason rounds.

How many seasons have the Arizona Coyotes played?

The Arizona Coyotes, established in 1972, have played 51 seasons so far. Over the course of their history, the Coyotes have achieved notable feats. In the 2011-2012 season, they made it to the Western Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history. Additionally, they have qualified for the playoffs 20 times and have won 1 division title.

What was the best Arizona Coyotes season ever?

The best Arizona Coyotes season ever was the 2011-2012 season, when the team achieved their most successful playoff run in franchise history. Under the guidance of Head Coach Dave Tippett, the Coyotes finished the regular season with a 42-27-13 record, accumulating 97 points and securing the first division title in the team’s history. This accomplishment was particularly notable as the Coyotes had faced several challenges leading up to this season, including financial troubles and ownership uncertainty.

During the 2012 playoffs, the Coyotes demonstrated their resilience and determination, making it all the way to the Western Conference Final. They managed to defeat the Chicago Blackhawks in six games during the first round, followed by a hard-fought victory over the Nashville Predators in the second round. Unfortunately, their dream season came to an end as they fell to the eventual Stanley Cup champions, the Los Angeles Kings.

What was the worst Arizona Coyotes season ever?

The worst Arizona Coyotes season in franchise history was the 2014-2015 season, a year marked by disappointment and turmoil both on and off the ice. The team faced numerous challenges, including continued ownership instability, financial issues, and uncertainty regarding the future of the franchise in Arizona. With a 24-50-8 record, the Coyotes accumulated only 56 points, finishing 29th out of 30 teams in the NHL and last in the Western Conference. This poor performance led to a complete overhaul of the team’s roster, coaching staff, and management in subsequent seasons.

The 2014-2015 season was particularly disheartening for fans because of the team’s lack of competitiveness throughout the year. The Coyotes struggled to find any semblance of offensive firepower, with only one player reaching the 20-goal mark. The team also allowed the second-most goals against in the league, highlighting their defensive woes. Attendance at home games dropped as fans grew increasingly frustrated with the team’s performance, adding to the financial instability and fears of relocation.

Who is the Arizona Coyotes’ biggest rival?

The Arizona Coyotes’ biggest rival is undoubtedly the Los Angeles Kings, a rivalry that has developed and intensified over the years. Geographical proximity and numerous contentious regular-season and playoff encounters have fueled the animosity between the two teams. The rivalry has been marked by physical, hard-fought battles on the ice and passionate displays of emotion from both players and fans. In particular, the 2012 Western Conference Final, where the Coyotes faced the Kings during their best season in franchise history, only added to the bitter feelings between the clubs.

Another factor contributing to the rivalry is the frequent movement of players between the two organizations, with several notable names having worn both the Coyotes and Kings jerseys during their careers. These player connections create added tension and intrigue during matchups, as former teammates often find themselves on opposing sides. While the Arizona Coyotes have other rivals within the Pacific Division, such as the Vegas Golden Knights and the San Jose Sharks, it is the ongoing competition and history with the Los Angeles Kings that stands out as their most significant and intense rivalry.