Arizona Coyotes rally back from 0-3 to Ducks to win in shootout 4-3


Sarah Hall

The Coyotes’ summer facelift continued with another trade on Tuesday.

Sarah Hall, Reporter

After a dramatic comeback against the Ducks on January 22, the Coyotes were able to do it again and beat the Ducks.

The Coyotes had a few scoring chances but were not able to get anything going in the first period.

Max Comtois of the Ducks scored with 11.9 seconds left in the first period making it 1-0.

Joshua Mahura of the Ducks scored at 7:58 of the second to make it 2-0.

The Coyotes were successful in killing a too many men on the ice penalty in the second period.

Max Jones of the Ducks scored at 15:46 of the second, on the power play, to make it 3-0.

Adin Hill entered the game in the third period after an apparent injury to starting goaltender Darcy Kuemper.

Tyler Pitlick tipped in the Coyotes first goal of the game at 10:05 of the third period to make it 3-1.

Jakob Chychrun with a slapshot scored at 11:49 of the third period to make it 3-2.

Phil Kessel with a wrist shot from down low scored at 16:39 of the third period to make it 3-3.

Overtime could not solve the tie so the game went to the shootout.

Coyotes Nick Schmaltz missed on his shot.

Ducks Trevor Zegras scored on his shot.

Coyotes Conor Garland scored on his shot.

Ducks Max Comtois missed on his shot.

Coyotes Christian Dvorak scored on his shot.

Ducks Rickard Rakell missed on his shot.

Coyotes come back from being down three nothing, the second game in a row, to win it in the shootout.

Play of the Game

Conor Garland once again helps a teammate find the back of the net, this time it was Phil Kessel with a wrist shot down low to tie the game 3-3 late in the 3rd period.

Player of the Game

Phil Kessel was able to score and tie the game after the Coyotes were down by three goals to tie it at three. He has been clutch multiple times this season.

Three Howls

The third howl goes to Adin Hill for an amazing glove save that kept the Coyotes in the game in overtime.

The second howl goes to Jakob Chychrun for being one of the best defensemen on the team, scoring a goal when it was needed.

The first howl goes to Phil Kessel who is having a great season and for his game-tying goal.