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Building the Roadrunners' ice demands 10,660 gallons of water, 10 different colors of paint, and a floor temperature of 14 degrees.
On March 2 against Cleveland, Carter Camper scored a record five points in his team debut and Mario Kempe notched the third hat-trick in franchise history.
Dylan Strome racked up three AHL awards in a five-week span during a magnificent run to begin the season.
10 players who wore a Roadrunners uniform this season saw NHL action with the Arizona Coyotes.
"I think it’s going to be awesome to see what happens tomorrow, especially the turnout."
“I really focus on my relationship with the players, and that’s really a huge portion of my coaching. It can’t be overlooked.”
Brendan Perlini looks back at his time in Tucson after completing a very promising rookie season with the Coyotes.
Brandon Burlon touches on what's led him to be a constant fixture in the Roadrunners' community activation upon being honored on Thursday.
The Roadrunners' depth players made quite an impression over the weekend, the back-end of the team's offense showing an awful lot of consistency in an ever-changing lineup.
Following Tuesday's practice, we asked a number of the players what does into a typical pregame meal. Let just say they don't skimp on the carbs.
Tyler Gaudet and Anthony DeAngelo will likely be in the Coyotes lineup Tuesday night when Arizona takes on the Colorado Avalanche.
Defenseman Kyle Wood discusses the honor of earning the AHL's Rookie of the Month for October, but for him, team-first focus overshadows personal recognition.
The best Tweets, Photos, and Videos from OUR FANS during Friday night's 6-5 home opening victory over the Stockton Heat!
Dawn Braid, the Coyotes' skating coach and first full-time coach in NHL history, is in Tucson working through drills with Roadrunners players.
Defenseman Kyle Wood is off to an impressive start in Tucson, scoring in both preseason contests and putting up three points in the team's regular season opener.
Craig Cunningham got the Roadrunners on the scoreboard for the first time in team history Friday night. The puck will be sent to the AHL's Hall of Fame.
"We’re all hockey players. When you come to the rink, I think part of being a professional is leaving everything else that happens at home or outside of the rink."