Arizona Coyotes look to continue hot streak against struggling Ottawa Senators
After taking down a team riding a five-game winning streak on Thursday, the Coyotes will now welcome a team that carried a five-game losing streak into Friday night's action.
Just two days after Arizona mounted a comeback to dispatch the red-hot Minnesota Wild, a reeling Ottawa Senators club, which played in Las Vegas on Friday night, meet the Coyotes, who wrap up their seven-game homestand at Gila River Arena.
“It's always tough to play those,” Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said of back-to-backs on the road. “And we've had those a couple times this year, the back-to-back with travel. It's a... read more
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