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How to Watch Arizona Coyotes vs. Seattle Kraken: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time – 11-7-2023

The Arizona Coyotes (5-5-1) take on the Seattle Kraken (4-6-2) at Mullett Arena on Tuesday, November 7 at 9:00 PM ET on ESPN+, ROOT Sports NW, and SCRIPPS. The Coyotes were defeated by the Winnipeg Jets 5-3 in their last game, while the Kraken are coming off a 6-3 loss to the Calgary Flames.

Coyotes vs. Kraken Game Info

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Coyotes and Kraken Stats, Key Players, and Injuries

Coyotes Insights

  • The Coyotes’ 36 total goals (3.3 per game) make them the 13th-ranked scoring team in the league.
  • The Coyotes rank 13th in goals against, giving up 32 total goals (2.9 per game) in league play.
  • They have the league’s 10th-best goal differential at +4.
  • The 11 power-play goals the Coyotes have put up this season (sixth-most in the NHL) have come on 45 power-play chances.
  • The Coyotes’ 24.44% power-play conversion rate ranks 10th-best in the league.
  • The Coyotes kill 71.79% of opponent power plays, the 27th-ranked penalty-kill percentage in the league.
  • The Coyotes win 48.8% of their faceoffs to rank 22nd in the NHL.
  • The Coyotes shoot 11.2% as a team (10th in the league).
  • The Coyotes are still looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 15.5 hits and 14.6 blocked shots per game.

Coyotes Key Players

  • Nick Schmaltz has been critical to Arizona’s offense this season, putting up 10 points in 11 games.
  • With one goal and eight assists, Matias Maccelli is one of the most important contributors for Arizona with his nine points (0.8 per game).
  • With nine points through 11 games (four goals and five assists), Clayton Keller has been an important part of Arizona’s offensive attack this season.
  • As Arizona’s top goalie, Connor Ingram has recorded 3 wins and 1 loss this season while allowing 10 goals with 113 saves.

Coyotes Injuries

Shea Weber: Ankle (Out), Jakub Voracek: Concussion (Out), Bryan Little: Upper Body (Out For Season), Jason Zucker: Lower Body (Out)

Kraken Insights

  • With 31 goals (2.6 per game), the Kraken have the NHL’s 21st-ranked offense.
  • The Kraken’s total of 41 goals conceded (3.4 per game) is 28th in the league.
  • They have the 27th-ranked goal differential in the league at -10.
  • The Kraken have nine power-play goals (on 35 chances), 12th in the NHL.
  • The Kraken have the NHL’s eighth-best power-play percentage (25.71).
  • The Kraken have one shorthanded goal (14th in NHL).
  • The Kraken’s have the 25th-ranked penalty kill percentage (72.73%).
  • The Kraken win 49.6% of faceoffs, 19th-ranked in the NHL.
  • The 8.4% shooting percentage of the Kraken is 26th in the league.
  • The Kraken have not shut out an opponent yet. They average 16 hits and 15.3 blocked shots per game.

Kraken Key Players

  • Vince Dunn’s two goals and eight assists in 12 games for Seattle add up to 10 total points on the season.
  • Oliver Bjorkstrand has racked up 10 total points (0.8 per game) this campaign. He has four goals and six assists.
  • Jaden Schwartz is a key player on offense for Seattle with five goals and five assists.
  • Joey Daccord is 2-1-2 on the season, giving up 15 goals (2.9 goals against average) and collecting 156 saves with a .912 save percentage (24th in the league).

Kraken Injuries

Brandon Tanev: Lower Body (Out), Andre Burakovsky: Upper Body (Out)


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