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Coyotes Ink New Partnership with Bonneville Phoenix


Arizona Coyotes
Arizona Coyotes

The NHL's Arizona Coyotes have signed a multi-year agreement with Bonneville Phoenix Media and Marketing to broadcast all Coyotes regular season and playoff games on KMVP (Arizona Sports 98.7 FM) or KTAR (ESPN 620 AM) in Phoenix. All games will also be streamed live on the Arizona Coyotes and Arizona Sports 98.7 FM apps and games broadcast on ESPN 620 will be simulcast on KMVP-FM-HD2.

Coyotes Radio play-by-play announcer Bob Heethuis returns for his 17th season to call all games on the Coyotes Radio Network. Olympic Silver Medalist Lyndsey Fry will provide radio color analysis for all Coyotes home games.

"We are thrilled to be back with Bonneville Phoenix and are very excited to broadcast all Coyotes radio games on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM and ESPN 620 AM this season," said Coyotes President & CEO Xavier A. Gutierrez. "Arizona Sports 98.7 FM is the Valley's true leader in quality, local sports programming and we are looking forward to Bonneville providing our fans with outstanding Coyotes coverage all season long."

"We are incredibly happy that the Coyotes are back where they belong on the Arizona Sports team," added Bonneville Phoenix Senior Vice President and Market Manager Scott Sutherland. "Our thanks to the Meruelo group, particularly Xavier A. Guiterrez, whose passion and vision for this organization is unparalleled. We're very excited to see the team thrive both on and off the ice."

Coyotes game broadcasts on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM and ESPN 620 AM will all include 30 minutes of pre-game coverage prior to the puck drop and 30 minutes of coverage after the game concludes. The post-game show will include player interviews and a live broadcast of Coyotes Head Coach Andre Tourigny's post-game press conference. The Coyotes pre-game and post-game shows will be hosted by Luke Lapinski.

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