Since February, it's been a defensive revival for the Arizona Coyotes
Connor McDavid, Ryan Getzlaf and Eric Staal each center three of the top lines in the NHL. But when each of them played the Coyotes in February, those units were held off the scoresheet.
The Coyotes are 7-2-1 in their last 10 games and have held their opponents to two or fewer goals in five of those seven wins. The team believes that its recent success - and stinginess - can be attributed to a defensive revival in the last several weeks.
“I'd say it's more of a consistent level of play from a lot of guys,” Coyotes head coach Rick Tocchet said. “It's even a more consistent level of hockey IQ... read more
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