In Game

The Arizona Coyotes offers some of the most affordable tickets in the NHL making the trip to Glendale a must for hockey fans everywhere. If you’re a fan of a team that sells out regularly then visiting Arizona offers the perfect chance for you to see your team in person. It’s also a great destination for snowbirds looking to escape the harsh Canadian and Northern United States winters.

Gila River Arena provides fans with incredible sight lines and an excellent in-game experience. No matter where you’re sitting, you’ll have a great view of the ice, and the concessions here are also excellent. There are a variety of concessions options including Tim Horton’s, which will make those of you making the trip from the Great White North feel right at home.

There are a lot of transplants in Arizona so the Coyotes fan support can be a bit lacking, but that works out nicely for visiting fans as you’ll be able to take over the arena. When attending a Coyotes game as visiting fans, you’ll encounter plenty of fellow fans making it easy to make new friends quickly.

A trip to Arizona presents a great opportunity for you to see your team play at a low price and escape from the doldrums of winter.

Things to check out

Coyotes Den

Those of you looking to pick up some Coyotes swag at the games will need to look no further than the Coyotes Den near Gate 4. The Den has any Coyotes gear you could ever want, so make sure to stop by during your trip to Glendale.

Retired Numbers

Inside Gila River Arena you’ll find the retired numbers of past Coyotes greats including Jeremy Roenick, Keith Tkachuk, and Dale Hawerchuk. Make sure to take these in during your visit.

Hockey Jerseys Around the Concourse

In the west concourse, you’ll find a variety of different hockey jerseys hanging. There is an interesting mix of jerseys hanging here, so take a couple of minutes and check them out while grabbing something to eat or drink.


Throughout the games you’ll hear Coyotes fans howling for their team. Howling is particularly popular after a goal is scored and is even part of the team’s goal celebration, so join in on the fun.

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Playoff Whiteouts

Make sure to wear white if attending a Coyotes playoff games. Everyone wears white to give the Coyotes an extra edge in this tradition that carries over from the team’s days in Winnipeg.

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Howler has been the official mascot of the Coyotes since 2005 and can be seen at every game. According to his bio on the Coyotes website Howler is 2-time mascot battle royale champ and the mascot speed skating record holder, so be on the lookout for this talented mascot.

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Theme Nights

Throughout the season the Coyotes offer a variety of theme nights giving fans extra incentive to come out and watch their team. Not only do the Coyotes have some of the more typical theme nights like “Military Appreciation Night,” they also have some more creative ones like “Young Guns Night” and “Party like it’s 1996” so check these out.

Paw Patrol

The Coyotes Paw Patrol ice girls keep you entertained throughout stoppages in play. These women perform a variety of cheers and giveaways so don’t miss them during your trip to Gila River Arena.

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Fight Songs

  1. Howlin' For You

    I must admit
    I can’t explain
    Any of these thoughts racing
    Through my brainIt’s true
    Baby I’m howlin’ for you

    There’s something wrong
    With this plot
    The actors here
    Have not got

    A clue
    Baby I’m howlin’ for you

    Can’t you see
    Little girl’s
    Got a hold on me

    Like glue
    Baby I’m howlin’ for you

    Throw the ball
    To the stick
    Swing and miss and a

    Catcher’s mitt
    Strike two
    Baby I’m howlin’ for you

  2. Let's Go Coyotes!

    Let’s Go Coyotes!

    Let’s Go Coyotes!

    Let’s Go Coyotes!

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