Arizona Coyotes Preseason Kicks Off Against Kings
The Arizona Coyotes will kick off their preseason slate tonight with a matchup against the Los Angeles Kings. The franchise announced that the contest is an Arizona Coyotes Foundation charity game with all net proceeds benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix.
Arizona Coyotes training camp is underway and preseason is set to begin tonight against the Los Angeles Kings.
What could be better than the return of hockey? The return of hockey benefiting charity!
Once again, we receive definitive proof that hockey is the best sport in the land.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix are appreciative of the Coyotes’ efforts.
“We appreciate the Arizona Coyotes Foundation and the team’s commitment in supporting our mission of enabling young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens,” said Amy Gibbons, President and Executive Director, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix.
“The proceeds from this game will directly fund our 13 Clubhouses throughout Metro Phoenix and the West Valley, and help us serve more than 30,000 youth and teens annually.”
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For the fans attending, this will be the first chance this season to catch many of the team’s prized youngsters in NHL caliber action.
The squad will be split between two rosters – one in Glendale and one in LA for another scrimmage.
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