Phoenix Coyotes tickets get a new start in the 2013-14 NHL season, meaning new owners and the calming effect of knowing that the team should remain in Arizona for the next few years. Once that was done the franchise was able to shake off the effects of a sub-par season and look to the future with some confidence. The team will be returning to Jobing.com Arena and so will the fans, who stayed solid with the Coyotes despite a narrow playoff miss. Coyotes tickets should dish out some payback for their loyalty with a solid team and a run at the post-season again in 2013.
Of course the Phoenix Coyotes are no different than any other NHL team. They’ve moved some pieces around in the last few months as they prepare for a full season of hockey. Gone are Chad and Nick Johnson, along with Alexandre Bolduc. But Phoenix also added some talent with Brandon Yip, Tim Kennedy, Thomas Greiss, and Mike Ribeirro. Yip and Kennedy should greatly improve the strength of the forward position in 2013 while Ribeirro is a big plus in the middle. The sum of the players should be greater as this looks like a good mix of talents that will complement each other when all the pieces are in place.
Of course Coyotes ticket holders like the idea of growing their own stars. They may just do that with 1st Round pick Max Domi, taken at the 12th spot in the draft. Keep your eyes on David Rundblad and Brandon Gormley to eventually make their way into hearts of Coyotes fans with their up and coming defensive play.
Phoenix Coyotes tickets will be barking in the Pacific Division and with teams like the Los Angeles Kings and the Edmonton Oilers around, Phoenix will be trying to emulate and eventually overcomes some long time stalwarts in the NHL. With a settled team that already has playoff experience and a long term home, it’s time to lock down your Phoenix Coyotes tickets, grab your popcorn, and settle in for some NHL action in the Jobing.com Arena. ABC Tickets has all the Coyotes tickets you could want and we’ll keep you in your seat through the playoffs and all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals.