Arizona Coyotes Morning Howl Report for November 18th 2019

GLENDALE, ARIZONA - NOVEMBER 16: Jason Demers #55, Alex Goligoski #33, Jordan Oesterle #82 and Jakob Chychrun #6 of the Arizona Coyotes have a few words for the Calgary Flames bench during a stop in play at Gila River Arena on November 16, 2019 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/NHLI via Getty Images)
GLENDALE, ARIZONA - NOVEMBER 16: Jason Demers #55, Alex Goligoski #33, Jordan Oesterle #82 and Jakob Chychrun #6 of the Arizona Coyotes have a few words for the Calgary Flames bench during a stop in play at Gila River Arena on November 16, 2019 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/NHLI via Getty Images) /
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We are back ladies and gentlemen! Unfortunately, we missed the last few days here at Howlin’ Hockey, but now we are back to discuss all things Coyotes news!

To say we were happy about the Coyotes play last week would be an understatement. Although the team dropped one game against the Minnesota Wild, they made up for it with a big win at home against the Calgary Flames, a division rival.

The game against the Flames was not smooth sailing the entire way. Both teams showed up to play and played relatively well. However, when you play a division opponent sometimes things can get a little too heated, and they did last night when a line brawl broke out. (CBS Sports)

Arizona is continuing to push their way through the standings and currently, sit behind only the Edmonton Oilers for the top of the division. Things are changing in the Pacific, the days of teams like LA and San Jose dominating are behind us. It is Arizona’s time.

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Arizona is back in action tonight against the LA Kings, another divisional rival. We will be providing you with a more in-depth coverage of the game then, but for now, let’s talk about a few stories going on within the Kings’ locker room.

The Kings are currently riding a 3 game win streak, not bad for a team that sits at the bottom of the Pacific Division. In their last win, Jeff Carter made a big impact, putting up his 1000th NHL point. Expect to see Carter tonight with a jump in his step, having recently crossed a big milestone off of his list. (Los Angeles Times)

In other Coyotes news, one of our prospects is turning heads overseas. Arizona has a very deep prospect pool even though the team consists of so many young players. The future of the Coyotes is bright! (Five for Howlin)