Four Reasons for Coyotes Fans to be Thankful this Season

Nov 14, 2023; Dallas, Texas, USA; Arizona Coyotes left wing Lawson Crouse (67) and left wing Matias Maccelli (63) and center Nick Bjugstad (17) and defenseman Sean Durzi (50) celebrates after Crouse scores a goal against Dallas Stars goaltender Jake Oettinger (29) during the third period at the American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 14, 2023; Dallas, Texas, USA; Arizona Coyotes left wing Lawson Crouse (67) and left wing Matias Maccelli (63) and center Nick Bjugstad (17) and defenseman Sean Durzi (50) celebrates after Crouse scores a goal against Dallas Stars goaltender Jake Oettinger (29) during the third period at the American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports /
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3. The Buzz at Mullett Arena

It was clowned around the league when the Coyotes announced the partnership with ASU and temporary relocation to Mullett Arena. While too small for a permanent residence, it’s been stated multiple times that there’s a real buzz and energy at games there. The Coyotes have surpassed previous season ticket sales since the move, and it’s a much nicer venue than their below-average former home, Gila River Arena. Seeing and feeling that energy and buzz after years of some of the worst attendance in the NHL is definitely deserving of gratitude.