2010–11 Phoenix Coyotes · NHL
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General Manager Don Maloney
Coach Dave Tippett
Captain Shane Doan
Alternate captains TBD
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Team Leaders
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The 2010–11 Phoenix Coyotes season is the Coyotes' 14th season in the National Hockey League (NHL) and 31st in franchise history.

Off-season[edit | edit source]

On June 17, the Coyotes announced their eight-game pre-season schedule, which includes two split-squad games, and a game against Dinamo Riga of the KHL, in Riga, Latvia. Due to the Phoenix Coyotes bankruptcy , the NHL threatened to play out the season in Winnipeg and Saskatoon, but Glendale agreed to cover any potential profit loss during the season, so the team will stay put for this season.

Regular season[edit | edit source]

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

The Coyotes will attempt to return to the playoffs for a second consecutive season.

Schedule and results[edit | edit source]

Pre-season[edit | edit source]

Regular season[edit | edit source]

Standings[edit | edit source]

Player stats[edit | edit source]

Skaters[edit | edit source]

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played in; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes; +/- = Plus/minus; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals 

Regular season
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM

Goaltenders[edit | edit source]

Note:  Min, TOI = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T,T/OT = Ties; OTL = Overtime losses; GA = Goals-against; GAA = Goals-against average; SO = Shutouts; SA = Shots against; SV = Shots saved; SV% = Save percentage;

Regular season

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Coyotes. Stats reflect time with the Coyotes only.
Traded mid-season.
Bold/italics denotes franchise record.

Awards and records[edit | edit source]

Records[edit | edit source]

Milestones[edit | edit source]

Regular season
Player Milestone Reached

Awards[edit | edit source]

Regular season
Player Award Date


Transactions[edit | edit source]

The Coyotes have been involved in the following transactions during the 2010–11 season.

Trades[edit | edit source]

May 13, 2010[1] To Carolina Hurricanes
Jared Staal
To Phoenix Coyotes
5th-round pick in 2010
June 25, 2010[2] To Montreal Canadiens
1st-round pick (#22 overall) in 2010
4th-round pick (#113 overall) in 2010
To Phoenix Coyotes
1st-round pick (#27 overall) in 2010
2nd-round pick (#57 overall) in 2010
June 28, 2010[3] To Colorado Avalanche
Daniel Winnik
To Phoenix Coyotes
4th-round pick in 2012
June 30, 2010[4] To Edmonton Oilers
Jim Vandermeer
To Phoenix Coyotes
Patrick O'Sullivan

Free agents acquired[edit | edit source]

Player Former team Contract terms
Ray Whitney[5] Carolina Hurricanes 2 years, $6 million
Andrew Ebbett[6] Minnesota Wild 1 year, $500,000
Mathieu Beaudoin[7] Texas Stars 1 year, $500,000
Garrett Stafford[7] Texas Stars 2 years, $1.2 million
Nolan Yonkman[7] Milwaukee Admirals 1 year, $550,000
Matt Climie[7] Dallas Stars 1 year, $725,000
Bracken Kearns[8] Rockford IceHogs 1 year

Free agents lost[edit | edit source]

Player New team Contract terms
Petteri Nokelainen[9] TBD contract bought out
Patrick O'Sullivan[10] TBD contract bought out
Zbynek Michalek[11] Pittsburgh Penguins 5 years, $20 million
Matthew Lombardi[12] Nashville Predators 3 years, $10.5 million
Joel Perrault[13] Vancouver Canucks 1 year, $510,000
Stefan Meyer[14] Calgary Flames 2 years, $1.025 million
Jeff Hoggan[15] Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg 1 year

Claimed via Waivers[edit | edit source]

Player Former team Date claimed off waivers

Lost via Waivers[edit | edit source]

Player New team Date claimed off waivers

Player Signings[edit | edit source]

Player Contract terms
Maxim Goncharov[16] 3 years, $2.325 million entry-level contract
Oliver Ekman-Larsson[17] 3 years, $2.7 million entry-level contract
Scottie Upshall[18] 1 year, $2.25 million
David Schlemko[19] 3 years, $1.65 million
Ryan Hollweg[19] 1 year, $500,000
Adrian Aucoin[20] 2 years, $4 million
Taylor Pyatt[21] 2 years, $2 million
Wojtek Wolski[22] 2 years, $7.6 million
Derek Morris[23] 4 years, $11 million
Sami Lepisto[24] 1 year, $800,000
Al Montoya[25] 1 year, $750,000
Alexandre Picard[26] 1 year, $868,219

Draft picks[edit | edit source]

Phoenix's picks at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft in Los Angeles, California.

Round # Player Position Nationality College/junior/club team (league)
1 13 (from Calgary) Brandon Gormley D Flag of Canada Canada Moncton Wildcats (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League)
1 27 (from Montreal) Mark Visentin G Flag of Canada Canada Niagara Ice Dogs (Ontario Hockey League)
2 52 Philip Lane RW Flag of the United States United States Brampton Battalion (Ontario Hockey League)
2 57 (from Montreal) Oscar Lindberg C Flag of Sweden Sweden Skelleftea AIK (Elitserien)
5 138 (from Nashville via Carolina) Louis Domingue G Flag of Canada Canada Quebec Remparts (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League)

Roster[edit | edit source]

Updated July 12, 2018.[27][28]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
45 Flag of the United States Archibald, JoshJosh Archibald

RW R 28 2017 Regina, Saskatchewan
6 Flag of Canada Chychrun, JakobJakob Chychrun

D L 22 2016 Boca Raton, Florida
44 Flag of Canada Connauton, KevinKevin Connauton

D L 30 2016 Edmonton, Alberta
25 Flag of Canada Cousins, NickNick Cousins

LW L 27 2017 Belleville, Ontario
67 Flag of Canada Crouse, LawsonLawson Crouse

LW L 23 2016 Mount Brydges, Ontario
12 Flag of Canada Dauphin, LaurentLaurent Dauphin


C L 25 2018 Repentigny, Quebec
55 Flag of Canada Demers, JasonJason Demers

D R 32 2017 Dorval, Quebec
18 Flag of the United States Dvorak, ChristianChristian Dvorak

C L 24 2014 Frankfort, Illinois
23 Flag of Sweden Ekman-Larsson, OliverOliver Ekman-Larsson


D L 29 2009 Karlskrona, Sweden
36 Flag of the United States Fischer, ChristianChristian Fischer

RW R 23 2015 Chicago, Illinois
17 Flag of the United States Galchenyuk, AlexAlex Galchenyuk

C L 26 2018 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
33 Flag of the United States Goligoski, AlexAlex Goligoski


D L 35 2016 Grand Rapids, Minnesota
40 Flag of Austria Grabner, MichaelMichael Grabner

RW L 33 2018 Villach, Austria
Flag of the United States Hinostroza, VinnieVinnie Hinostroza

C/RW R 26 2018 Bartlett, Illinois
4 Flag of Sweden Hjalmarsson, NiklasNiklas Hjalmarsson


D L 33 2017 Eksjö, Sweden
9 Flag of the United States Keller, ClaytonClayton Keller

C L 22 2017 Chesterfield, Missouri
29 Flag of Sweden Kempe, MarioMario Kempe

RW L 32 2017 Kramfors, Sweden
35 Flag of Canada Kuemper, DarcyDarcy Kuemper

G L 30 2018 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Flag of the United States Oesterle, JordanJordan Oesterle

D L 28 2018 Dearborn Heights, Michigan
14 Flag of Slovakia Panik, RichardRichard Panik

RW L 29 2018 Martin, Czechoslovakia
11 Flag of Canada Perlini, BrendanBrendan Perlini

LW L 24 2014 Guildford, England
32 Flag of Finland Raanta, AnttiAntti Raanta

G L 31 2017 Rauma, Finland
15 Flag of Canada Richardson, BradBrad Richardson


C L 35 2015 Belleville, Ontario
21 Flag of the United States Stepan, DerekDerek Stepan


C R 30 2017 Hastings, Minnesota
20 Flag of Canada Strome, DylanDylan Strome

C L 23 2015 Mississauga, Ontario

See also[edit | edit source]

Farm teams[edit | edit source]

San Antonio Rampage

The San Antonio Rampage are the Coyotes American Hockey League affiliate in 2010–11.

References[edit | edit source]

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