Since the Coyotes arrived in Melbourne, Australia on Monday, they have been in constant motion. From practices, to team bonding and the Zoo to golf sessions, the team are certainly taking advantage of their time Down Under.
See what the team has been up to:
The guys spent an afternoon at the Huntingdale Golf Club – the home of the Australian Masters.
They have hit the ice at the O’Brien Ice House.
The squad was excited – then intimidated by the kangaroos at the Melbourne Zoo.
A few players including Bjugstad, Kerfoot, and McBain hosted a youth hockey clinic with kids from the Aboriginal Ice Hockey Team in Adelaide, the Kaurna Boomerangs.
Bjugstad, Kerfoot, and McBain are staying after practice today to conduct a youth hockey clinic with kids from the Adelaide-based Aboriginal Ice Hockey Team Kaurna Boomerangs.
You love to see it. pic.twitter.com/xGhszcnh5d
— Patrick Brown (@pbrownhockey) September 21, 2023
They have been a hot topic around Australian news.
The NHL is coming for a long awaited trip to Australia, with a Melbourne back to back this weekend on ESPN. Arizona’s Lawson Crouse and LA’s Victor Arvidsson discuss the unique preseason journey. pic.twitter.com/U333Ayc3yF
— Kane Pitman (@KanePitman) September 20, 2023
Coyotes All-Star forward Clayton Keller meets the Australian media at the NHL's Global Series Kick-Off event outside of Parliament House and the iconic Melbourne tram pic.twitter.com/jpIXTASr0o
— Arizona Coyotes PR (@AZCoyotesPR) September 18, 2023
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Taylyn Hadley is a sports and general assignment reporter for Burn City Sports. You can follow her on X via @TAYLYNH11.