The Arizona Coyotes have enjoyed a fairly eventful five decades since being founded in 1972. While they have not yet won the Stanley Cup yet and remain the oldest franchise in the NHL to have never played in the Finals, they have shown a few glimpses of the quality they possess. One of the most famous NHL players of all time, Wayne Gretzky, used to coach this team. In the 2011/12 season, the Coyotes (then known as the Phoenix Coyotes) won their first Pacific Division title. That remains their only trophy in the NHL to date.
The Arizona Coyotes have had a history of underperforming, with problems off the pitch, especially with regards to ownership also playing a big part in this. They have made the NHL playoffs in only one of the last five seasons (2019-20). After their failure to make it into the post-season last year, it looks like that trend will continue this season as well, with the Coyotes languishing at the bottom of the table in the Central Division and the Western Conference standings at the time of this writing.
The Arizona Coyotes are among the league's lowest scorers this season, and their defense has also led to a lot of frustration among fans. But they retain a passionate fanbase of supporters who are determined to watch the team come out on top.
So if you would like to watch the Arizona Coyotes in NHL action this season, we have you covered. We will give you all the information you need on how and where you can watch all of their NHL matches live this season without the need for a cable TV subscription. Also, make sure to check out our guide to learn about how to watch every NHL game live this season.
Which Channels to Watch Arizona Coyotes Games Tonight?
Like every other team in the NHL, the Arizona Coyotes have their games broadcast on a number of different channels. Fans can tune in to their games on local TV channel Bally Sports Arizona as well as national TV channels ESPN+, Hulu, ABC, ESPN, NHL Network, and TNT. These channels can also be found on many different live streaming services, so you can watch every minute of every game live on the go.
How to Watch Arizona Coyotes In-Market Games Live?
The Coyotes are based out of the state of Arizona, as their name suggests. So the fans who live in the city of Phoenix and other nearby areas can watch all their games live on the local TV channel Bally Sports Arizona. This channel is only available to fans living in In-Market regions. It can be found on cable TV and one streaming service.
The only streaming service that Arizona Coyotes fans who live in In-Market regions can use to watch the team's games live is DirecTV Stream. This streaming service offers Bally Sports Arizona as one of its channels, and it also includes channels like ESPN, TNT, and ABC. All three channels show nationally televised NHL games. DirecTV Stream offers the choice between four different pack options. These are Entertainment, Choice, Ultimate, and Premier. The packs have a monthly subscription fee between $69.99 and $139.
How to Watch Arizona Coyotes Out-of-Market Games?
It can sometimes be difficult for fans who do not live in the In-Market regions to figure out where the games will be shown live. The reason for this is the lack of information and the ever-changing schedule during these Covid-19 times. But worry not, because we have you covered. Here are some streaming services that you can use to watch all of the Arizona Coyotes' games in the NHL live, even if you are living in Out-of-Market regions.
We start with ESPN+, which is a must-have streaming service for every NHL fan. The reason for this is that the broadcasting giant has the rights to broadcast more than 1000 NHL games live every year. That includes the rights for every Out-of-Market game featuring all 32 teams in the league. What's more, you can also watch more than 75 games live exclusive on ESPN+ starting from this season on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Getting an ESPN+ subscription is very easy, and it will only cost you a small fee of $5.99/month or $59.99/year. If you are interested in getting some more information on this streaming service, make sure to read our review of ESPN+ here.
Next up, we have fuboTV, which also has several channels in its packs that will allow fans to watch their favorite hockey stars in action every night. Channels like ABC, ESPN, NHL Network are all available on fuboTV, and these channels broadcast nationally televised games live featuring all teams, including the Arizona Coyotes.
fuboTV offers fans the choice to choose between three subscription pack options. These are Starter ($64.99/Mo), Pro ($69.99/Mo), and Elite ($79.99/Mo). For more information on this streaming service, have a look at our fuboTV review.
Sling TV is another reliable and affordable streaming service that will allow Arizona Coyotes fans living in Out-of-Market regions to watch the majority of the team's games live. This service includes channels like ESPN, TNT, TBS, and NHL Network (as an add-on option).
There are three different package options to choose from on Sling TV. These are Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue. The first two packs have a subscription fee of $35 per month, and the Orange + Blue pack has a monthly fee of $50. Check out our Sling TV review for more information on this streaming service.
Another exciting option is Hulu + Live TV, which allows fans to watch all nationally televised NHL games on channels like ESPN, TNT, Hulu Originals, and ABC. This streaming service has a fee of just $64.99 per month. For this fee, you can get access to both Hulu's live streaming TV service and all of its on-demand video content. Be sure to read our Hulu + Live TV review for some more information to help with your decision.
Arizona Coyotes Schedule 2021-22
In order to make sure that you never miss a game in the NHL, here we have the full list of fixtures. So mark your calendar because here is the full Arizona Coyotes schedule for the 2021/22 season.
|Fri||Jan 28, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Bruins|
|Sat||Jan 29, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Sabres|
|Tue||Feb 1, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Avalanche|
|Wed||Feb 2, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Flames|
|Tue||Feb 8, 2022||8:00 PM||@ Canucks|
|Wed||Feb 9, 2022||8:00 PM||@ Kraken|
|Fri||Feb 11, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Lightning|
|Sat||Feb 19, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Kings|
|Sun||Feb 20, 2022||5:00 PM||vs Stars|
|Wed||Feb 23, 2022||8:00 PM||vs Kings|
|Fri||Feb 25, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Golden Knights|
|Sun||Feb 27, 2022||2:00 PM||vs Jets|
|Thu||Mar 3, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Avalanche|
|Sat||Mar 5, 2022||2:00 PM||vs Senators|
|Tue||Mar 8, 2022||5:30 PM||@ Red Wings|
|Thu||Mar 10, 2022||5:00 PM||@ Maple Leafs|
|Sat||Mar 12, 2022||5:00 PM||@ Bruins|
|Mon||Mar 14, 2022||4:30 PM||@ Senators|
|Tue||Mar 15, 2022||4:00 PM||@ Canadiens|
|Sat||Mar 19, 2022||2:00 PM||vs Penguins|
|Sun||Mar 20, 2022||4:00 PM||@ Sharks|
|Tue||Mar 22, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Kraken|
|Fri||Mar 25, 2022||6:00 PM||@ Flames|
|Sun||Mar 27, 2022||4:00 PM||@ Jets|
|Mon||Mar 28, 2022||6:30 PM||@ Oilers|
|Wed||Mar 30, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Sharks|
|Fri||Apr 1, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Ducks|
|Sun||Apr 3, 2022||4:00 PM||@ Blackhawks|
|Mon||Apr 4, 2022||5:00 PM||@ Blues|
|Thu||Apr 7, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Canucks|
|Sat||Apr 9, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Golden Knights|
|Tue||Apr 12, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Devils|
|Thu||Apr 14, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Canucks|
|Sat||Apr 16, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Flames|
|Mon||Apr 18, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Hurricanes|
|Wed||Apr 20, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Blackhawks|
|Fri||Apr 22, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Capitals|
|Sat||Apr 23, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Blues|
|Tue||Apr 26, 2022||5:00 PM||@ Wild|
|Wed||Apr 27, 2022||5:30 PM||@ Stars|
|Fri||Apr 29, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Predators|