Phoenix Coyotes Early Season Stock Report

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Phoenix Coyotes Early Season Stock Report
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Coyotes coach Dave Tippett rallying the boys as they seek to continue their rise up the standings

The Phoenix Coyotes embark on a Canadian road swing that will see them visit the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia to take on the Oilers, Flames and the Canucks.

So far this season, the Coyotes are 8-6-3 for 19 points. That leaves them tied for 6th in the Western Conference, but only one point away from being in 9th place and out of the playoff picture.

The 'Yotes are hot as of late. They are 6-2-2 in their last ten games. They have been good at home, posting a 6-3-1 record and have been less than stellar on the road, amassing a 2-3-2 record away from Jobing.com Arena.

They stand 16th in the league in goals per game (2.6) and 12th in the league in goals scored against (2.5). The Desert Dogs special teams have been average. The rank 18th in the league on the power play  (16.9%) and 10th on the penalty kill (83.6%)

With a road trip that could prove pivotal for the 'Yotes looming, it is time to take a gauge of how the team is performing after a third of the way through this shortened season by looking at each position individually and seeing how they are producing after 17 games.

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