The Coyotes are one of the most depressing franchises in professional sports today. In the ’90s, the NHL decided that the Southern U.S. was the place to be. They ripped the beloved Winnipeg Jets out of Canada and put them in Phoenix, Arizona. Attendance wasn’t too bad in the early days but then they moved again, this time to Glendale.
That’s because they desperately needed a bigger stadium. But then numbers dropped and made this an embarrassment to the league. Meanwhile, the Coyotes are a disaster on the ice and never compete. They’re a shambles of an organization and fans don’t care about them (via The Hockey News).