Coyotes Morning Howl Report for October 30th 2019

BUFFALO, NY - OCTOBER 28: Arizona Coyotes assistant coach Phil Housley waves in response to applause from the crowd following recognition by his former team, the Buffalo Sabres, during an NHL game on October 28, 2019 at KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York. (Photo by Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images)
BUFFALO, NY - OCTOBER 28: Arizona Coyotes assistant coach Phil Housley waves in response to applause from the crowd following recognition by his former team, the Buffalo Sabres, during an NHL game on October 28, 2019 at KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York. (Photo by Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images) /
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Well, Arizona Coyotes fans! We are back again with another Morning Howl Report. Today is October 30th, 2019, and with only one day left in the month of October the first month of hockey is almost at an end.

Today let’s take an opportunity to recap some of our top stories, as well as the success of the team so far. The Arizona Coyotes have played 11 games so far this season. They are led by Nick Schmaltz who has 11 points, and Conor Garland who has 6 goals.

We have talked a lot about Garland and his ability to score goals from any angle already. Another interesting piece about the team is Nick Schmaltz and the amazing playing ability he has shown this season.

Schmaltz has found ways to score from any angle, and by doing just about anything. He keeps racking up points by making great passes to his linemates. I have said it before, and I will say it again Schmaltz is playing like his ex-teammate, Patrick Kane.

Another interesting thing about this season has been the games that have required more than 60 minutes. Watching the Coyotes skate up and down the ice in 3 on 3 hockey has prompted us to write an Ode to the NHL. (Howlin’ Hockey)

With the month of October coming to a close it is not too soon to think about the trade deadline. Check out a piece from earlier this week about possible trade deadline targets, and when we could potentially see a trade from the Coyotes. (Howlin’ Hockey)

Hopefully, the Coyotes can continue to claw their way through the season, this time against the Montreal Canadiens. Get excited Coyotes fans! The ‘Yotes are playing at home again! It has been a while since the pack has been able to see a game in person, so let’s show up to support. (Howlin’ Hockey)

If the Coyotes do plan to win tonight against the Canadiens they will need the help of their 3 stars of the week from last week. If you do not know who we are talking about check out the full story. (Howlin’ Hockey)

News from around the league: 

Nine-player trade that shocked the NHL back in 1950 (NHL)

Habs must get four points in upcoming road trip (A Winning Habit)

Darkhorse playoff contenders according to some of the best in the NHL (NHL)