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The Coyotes Moved to Winnipeg

The Coyotes Moved to Winnipeg

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What to know:

The Coyotes were scheduled to host the New Jersey Devils in a preseason game at Gila River Arena on Sunday night. But, after the Coyotes lost in overtime to the Penguins in Pittsburgh on Friday night, the team canceled their game against the Devils.

They instead will wait until after the regular season to play them.

The Coyotes didn’t play anyone else in the preseason.

The Coyotes moved from Winnipeg and played games in Winnipeg, Detroit, Boston, Toronto and New Jersey.

The Coyotes also made the playoffs for the first time in franchise history and won the Pacific Division.

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The Coyotes are preparing to play the Devils in a preseason game in Winnipeg on Sunday. But, the Winnipeg Jets and the Islanders are also scheduled to come to Winnipeg on Sunday. They are both at Gila River Arena.

The Jets and the Islanders are also scheduled to play the Coyotes at least three more times this season on Tuesday and then again on Thursday. And, the Islanders and the Coyotes each play on Friday, according to the Jets and the Islanders.

When did the Coyotes move to Winnipeg?

The Coyotes’ move to Winnipeg came in May 2010. The Coyotes and a group of investors bought the Winnipeg Jets, which was looking to relocate the next season.

The Jets played home games at MTS Centre, a building they leased from the city of Winnipeg, for two seasons before moving to Winnipeg.

The Coyotes also played at the WFCU Center — which is located near the center of the city of Winnipeg — in the 2015-16 season.

Are the Coyotes leaving Winnipeg for good?


Earlier this month, the NHL’s Board of Governors voted unanimously to allow the Coyotes to continue to play in Winnipeg, but only if they are willing to share the arena with the Jets.

In April, the NHL and the Winnipeg city council announced a revised contract for the Jets. In the new agreement, the Jets will pay $250,000 per season to play games in Winnipeg. The Jets will not be able to use the MTS Centre in Winnipeg as a host site or training

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