Report: NHL team is in deep, deep troubles.

Not clear how they will get out of it.

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Not Clear How They Will Get Out of It

Yesterday, The Arizona Coyotes have parted ways with long-time head coach Dave Tippett. Tippet was hired by the ’Yotes in 2009 to replace Wayne Gretzky as the team’s head coach. He reached the playoffs three times in eight seasons, the last time being in 2012. He has a record of 282 wins, 257 losses and 83 overtime losses. 

Arizona Coyotes insider Craig Morgan brought up an interesting yet disturbing report on the Yotes.

On the eve of NHL Draft, Arizona Coyotes have no coach, no captain (yet), no president/CEO, no starting Goalie, no No. 1 center (still), no president of hockey ops.

Quite a troubling situation to be in on the eve of the 2017 NHL draft.