Arizona Coyotes Odds
While the Coyotes haven’t yet won a Stanley Cup, they have built an interesting core of young players. With the legalization of sports betting in Arizona, Coyotes fans can now bet on NHL games daily, including while watching a game at the Gila River Arena.
Below, we’ll cover everything you need to bet on the Coyotes in Arizona, including the best current Coyotes odds posted at legal online sportsbooks.
Today’s Coyotes odds: moneylines, Stanley Cup, props
See below for the best current odds available for every Coyotes game. Compare puck lines for today’s game, plus see current Coyotes Stanley Cup odds and prop markets for Coyotes defenseman Jakob Chychrun.
Tonight’s Coyotes moneyline
Coyotes Stanley Cup odds
Jakob Chychrun Norris, prop odds
Next Up: Nashville Predators
- Game Day: Friday, April 29, 2022
- Game Time: 10:30 PM ET
- Location: Glendale, Arizona
- Arena: Gila River Arena
Betting Insights For The Predators Game
- On average, the Coyotes score 2.5 goals in a game (32nd in NHL), and the Predators concede 3.0 (16th).
- Arizona is 31st in the NHL in goal differential, at -104 (-1.3 per game).
- The Coyotes commit 4.1 penalties per game, sixth in the league.
Arizona's Last 10 Games
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Betting Lines And Odds For Coyotes Vs. Predators
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Coyotes Betting Trends
- In 79 games as the moneyline underdog, Arizona has pulled off the upset 23 times.
- The Coyotes have nine wins in games when their odds are +220 or longer on the moneyline (in 36 opportunities).
- Arizona's implied probability to win this matchup is 31.2% based on the moneyline.
Recent Meetings With The Predators
Coyotes Player Insights
- With 63 points and 28 goals (both team highs), Clayton Keller is starring for Arizona this season.
- With 44 assists, Phil Kessel is tops on Arizona.
- Liam O'Brien has picked up a team-high 106 penalty minutes, 11th in the league.
- Arizona netminder Karel Vejmelka is 11-30-0, with a 3.6 goals against average and a .900 save percentage (38th in the league).
- Keller is +1, the best plus-minus rating on the team.
Injuries For Nashville Vs Arizona
Predators: Juuse Saros: Out (Leg), Jeremy Lauzon: Out (Leg)
Coyotes: Lawson Crouse: Out (Hand), Jay Beagle: Questionable (Lower Body), Dmitrij Jaskin: Out (Lower Body), Nick Ritchie: Out (Upper Body), Andrew Ladd: Questionable (Lower Body), Bryan Little: Out (Ear), Dysin Mayo: Questionable (Upper Body), Christian Fischer: Out (Lower Body), Jakob Chychrun: Out (Ankle), Clayton Keller: Out (Leg), Conor Timmins: Out (Knee), Vladislav Kolyachonok: Out (Upper Body)
Coyotes Upcoming Games
Bet On The Coyotes In Arizona
When the Coyotes are set to hit the ice, you’ll find game odds available at all of the legal Arizona sportsbooks. Just click on the NHL or Hockey tab and all of the upcoming contests will be listed out in the main betting lobby. The game line could look like this at Caesars Sportsbook Arizona:
|Los Angeles Kings||+110||+1.5 (-125)||Over 5.5 (-110)|
|Arizona Coyotes||-130||-1.5(+115)||Under 5.5 (-110)|
Next to the two team names are the odds for the main pregame NHL bets. When reading the moneyline and puck line, the negative numbers (-130 and -1.5) indicate the Coyotes are favored, while the +110 and +1.5 for the Kings makes them the underdog. Here’s what to remember about all three bet types.
Moneyline: You simply have to pick which side you think will win the game. The span between the numbers indicates how close of a matchup it appears to be through the eyes of the oddsmakers.
Puck line: This is the spread bet for hockey in which your selection has to cover. It’s typically set at 1.5 goals, but many books offer alternative lines in the ‘more wagers’ section. You can take the favorite minus the goals or the dog plus the number.
Totals: A simple Over/Under bet on the total number of goals scored in the game. Spotsbooks set an estimated number for bettors to decide on with odds attached to the two possible choices.
Moneyline odds are standalone numbers, while the puck line and totals have two components to consider: the number set by the book and the actual odds for placing the bet. The lines can vary by sportsbook, but our live odds feed can help you get a snapshot of the market as a whole in an instant.
Coyotes Props and Futures
When you click through on the main NHL and Coyotes game listings, you’ll find a wide range of additional betting opportunities. Props are basically side wagers on the games which can revolve around teams, players, or the game as a whole. Examples may include:
- How many total points for Phil Kessel – Over/Under 0.5?
- Which side will have more shots in the game – Coyotes or Stars?
- Will overtime be needed – Yes/No?
Player props are among the most popular options. New sports bettors with fantasy sports experience will find that their skills translate over quite well, making this a great starting point. You’ll find props available at all of the top Arizona sportsbooks.
Futures are wagers which let you make calls on how you think the season as a whole will shake out. Odds for the biggest markets come out soon after the Stanley Cup finals are in the books, while others will be released as the season draws nears. Top options include:
- Stanley Cup winner
- Division and Conference winners
- Over/Under on team regular season point and win totals
- Teams to make or miss playoffs
- Award winners – Hart, Vezina, etc.
- Season-long props and state leaders
There will be odds listed out for all of the choices, typically in descending order with favorites on top. Beyond making the right call, you’ll also want to get in your futures bets at the best possible odds. Be sure to lean on our live odds feed as you shop around.
Live Betting On The Coyotes
After the opening puck drop, you don’t have to stop betting on the Coyotes. Live betting brings a whole new range of opportunities to the table. You can follow right along with mobile apps from the top books and get your bets in with ease. You’ll see things like:
- Updated odds for all of the top pregame bets
- New prop betting opportunities
- Bet on segments of the game – power plays, periods, overtime
Live betting is very fast-paced, but apps from the legal sportsbooks are built for the task. It can really bring enjoyment of NHL games to a whole new level. As always, approach it with a clear budget in mind and stay in your comfort level when it comes to risk.
Arizona Coyotes Schedule 2021-22
The NHL regular season has been slightly condensed over the past two campaigns, but the league fully expects to return to a full 82-game schedule for the coming season. It’ll get underway in mid-October and wrap up in late April. Here’s the basic template that schedule makers follow.
- 26 games vs. teams from same division
- 24 games vs. other conference opponents
- 32 games vs. teams from the opposing conference
For the Coyotes, the schedule opens up with a trip to take on the Columbus Blue Jackets, and closes out at home against the Nashville Predators. In between will be meetings with all of the other NHL teams. Home game highlights include a visit from the defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning in December.
How Did The Coyotes Do Last Year?
The Coyotes closed out the 56-game regular season with a record of 24-26-6 for 54 points. That left them in fifth place in the division and several points back of a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Phil Kessel paced the team with 20 goals, while Conor Garland was the assists leader with 27. Darcy Kuemper had the most starts in net with 27, but he has since been shipped to the Colorado Avalanche.
Arizona qualified for the postseason in the previous campaign, so the step backwards was certainly disappointing. Since making the playoffs three years in row, a streak that ended in 2011-12, the club has made it to the dance just once in nine seasons.
Coyotes coaches/bench staff
Rick Tocchet was the most recent head coach for the Arizona Coyotes. He was behind the bench for the past four seasons and led the Coyotes to one playoff appearance, where they would lose in the first round. Tocchet and the Coyotes mutually agreed to part ways after the 2020-21 season. The Coyotes then hired Andre Tourigny to fill the open position.
The Coyotes have had some other well-known coaches in franchise history. Dave Tippet holds many of the coaching records for the franchise, as he was behind the bench during some of its most successful seasons. He even won a Jack Adams Award as the NHL’s best coach one year.
The legendary Wayne Gretzky, the NHL’s all-time leading scorer, also spent a few seasons coaching the Coyotes. While he wasn’t as good of a coach as he was a player, Gretzky does have the third-most games of any coach in Coyotes history.
Arizona Coyotes home games
The Arizona Coyotes play their games at Gila River Arena. The arena opened in 2003, and the Coyotes have been playing there ever since. It is located in Glendale, Arizona, not Phoenix, which is part of why the Coyotes changed their name. The Coyotes are the primary tenant.
- Address: 9400 W. Maryland Ave., Glendale
- Capacity: 17,125
- Opening date: Dec. 26, 2003
Will there be a sportsbook at Gila River Arena?
Despite the facility’s name, the same tribal gaming entity that runs the Gila River casinos in Arizona does not own this stadium.
The city of Glendale actually owns the venue, leasing it to the Coyotes for their use. As state law reserves half of the available 20 sportsbook licenses for teams like the Coyotes, there’s a strong chance that the NHL franchise will eventually open a sportsbook at Gila River Arena.
If and when that does happen, the sportsbook at Gila River Arena will likely be robust. On top of betting kiosks and windows, the sportsbook could offer multiple viewing screens and perhaps even food and beverage options.
Since the Coyotes are an NHL franchise and carry a lot of brand recognition, it’s possible that a national sports betting brand will contract with the license holder to actually run the sportsbook at the arena. In addition, that company would likely also get priority status for online wagering at the venue.
Potential partner for the Coyotes
Since the arena is named after Gila River, it may seem obvious that the team and casino will work together. However, Gila River does not necessarily need the NHL to offer sports betting in the state. The Gila River Indian Community is eligible for a tribal sports betting license and could offer sports betting that way.
Presuming Gila River passes on an NHL partner, what partners might be left for the Coyotes?
Bally’s and PointsBet might have inside tracks with the NHL franchise as they are official sports betting partners of the NHL.
Even though the Coyotes will technically hold the license, they will have no part in the day-to-day business of betting.
How to watch or listen to Coyotes games
For those who can’t catch a game in person, there are a few different options. The most common is to find the game on TV or the radio. For TV, the Coyotes’ primary broadcast partner is FOX Sports Arizona. The Arizona Coyotes Radio Network, meanwhile, has FOX Sports 910 AM as its flagship station, with games also available on other stations throughout the region.
For those that aren’t in the Arizona area or are looking for other ways to watch the Coyotes, NHL.tv allows you to stream out-of-market games for a subscription fee. Though if you are in Arizona, Coyotes games will likely be blacked out on the service.
Brief Coyotes history
The Coyotes franchise began as the Winnipeg Jets in 1972 as part of the World Hockey Association. The franchise joined the NHL in 1979 and moved to Arizona, becoming the Phoenix Coyotes, in 1996. The team changed its name to the Arizona Coyotes in 2014.
In the franchise’s early years in Arizona, it relied on players such as Shane Doan and Keith Tkachuk to help the team find some success. Nowadays, a new era of players such as Jakob Chychrun and Clayton Keller is looking to lead the team forward.
- Winnipeg Jets Era (1972-96)
- Move to Arizona (1996)
- Wayne Gretzky coaches (2005-09)
The primary owner of the Arizona Coyotes is Alex Meruelo. Meruelo bought a controlling stake in the team in 2019 and has been the majority owner ever since. He holds significant parts of other companies across a variety of industries, including hospitality and food. Meruelo is the first-ever Latino NHL owner.
He bought his stake from Andrew Barroway, who still has a minority ownership role with the Coyotes. Barroway is a hedge fund manager who bought a 51% share of the Coyotes in 2014. He eventually would buy out all the other partners, giving himself sole control of the team until selling a majority stake to Meruelo.
Before they were the Arizona Coyotes, the team was the Phoenix Coyotes. This changed in 2014 when new owners decided that the team needed a rebranding. On occasion, some people will still refer to the team as the Phoenix Coyotes because they have not gotten used to the change.
The Coyotes are worth somewhere around $300 million. This is among the lowest valuations for all NHL teams, as well as all franchises in major North American professional sports leagues, even with the value growing over the past decade as hockey has become more popular in the desert.
The Coyotes have a popular option in the black Kachina jersey. It features a distinct logo that you won’t often see on sports jerseys, but one that works well with the Coyotes colors. For their reverse retro jersey this year, the team brought back the Kachina style because of its legendary status.
Fans love the black Kachina jersey and it’s a popular one to see people wearing at games. It’s also the only Coyotes jersey that people outside of the market might purchase and wear due to its distinct look.
The best Arizona Coyotes’ goalie of all time is Ilya Bryzgalov. He played 257 games with the team, the second-most in franchise history, but during his time with the team, he experienced much more success than Mike Smith, the goalie with the most games in franchise history. Bryzgalov had a goals against average of 2.54 and a save percentage of .917%.
He also had a large off-ice personality that made him a fan favorite. He was a great interview for members of the media and was eccentric to say the least. He will always be remembered as one of the major figures in Coyotes’ history.