Arizona Coyotes All-Time Starting Lineup

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Includes Winnipeg Jets – After the Winnipeg Jets moved to dessert in 1996, the franchise experienced little to no success. They have gone through bright patches, but most of their franchise leaders come from the past Jets franchise. However, as time passes, I wont be so surprised to see some more present Coyotes on the All-Time Lineup.


Center:
Dale Hawerchuk– (1981-1997)- 16 NHL Seasons- 1,409 points in 1,188 games

Accolades:
1981-82- Calder Trophy, World Championship Bronze Medal (Canada)
1985-86- World Championship Bronze (Canada)
1986-87- Canada Cup
1988-89- World Championship Silver Medal (Canada)
1990-91- Canada Cup
2001-02- Hockey Hall of Fame
2011-12- Buffalo Sabres Hall of Fame

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Honorable Mentions: Thomas Steen, Jeremy Roenick, Alex Zhamnov


Right Wing:
Shane Doan– (1995-2017)- 21 NHL Seasons- 972 points in 1,540 games

Accolades:
2002-03- World Championship Gold Medal (Canada)
2003-04- All Star Game, World Cup Gold Medal (Canada)
2004-05- World Championship Silver Medal (Canada)
2006-07- World Championship Gold Medal (Canada)
2007-08- World Championship Silver Medal (Canada)
2008-09- All Star Game, World Championship Silver Medal (Canada)
2009-10- King Clancy Trophy (Leadership-Humanitarian)
2011-12- Mark Messier Leadership Award

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Honorable Mentions: Teemu Salanne, Paul Maclean, Radim Vrbata


Left Wing:
Keith Tkachuk– (1991-2010)- 18 NHL Seasons- 1,065 points in 1,201 games

Accolades:
1995-96- World Cup Gold Medal (USA)
1996-97- All Star Game, Maurice Richard Trophy
1997-98- All Star Game
1998-99- All Star Game
2001-02- Olympic Silver Medal (USA)
2003-04- All Star Game
2008-09- All Star Game
2011-12- US Hockey Hall of Fame

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Honorable Mentions: Max Domi, Doug Smail, Morris Lukowich


Defenseman (1)
Teppo Numminen– (1988-2009)- 20 NHL Seasons- 637 points in 1,372 games

Accolades:
1997-98- Olympic Bronze Medal (Finland)
1998-99- All Star Game
1999-00- All Star Game
2000-01- All Star Game
2005-06- Olympic Silver Medal (Finland)
2009-10- Finnish Hockey Hall of Fame
2012-13- IIHF Hall of Fame

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Defenseman (2)
Oliver Ekman-Larsson– (2010-Present)- 10 NHL Seasons- 364 points in 723 games

Accolades:
2009-10- Under 20 World Junior Championship Bronze Medal (Sweden), World Championship Bronze Medal (Sweden)
2010-11- World Championship Silver Medal (Sweden)
2013-14- Olympic Silver Medal (Sweden)|
2014-15- All Star Game
2016-17- World Championship Gold Medal (Sweden)
2017-18- All Star Game, World Championship Gold Medal (Sweden)

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Goaltender:
Mike Smith– (2006-Present)- 14 NHL Seasons- .911 SP and a 2.71 GAA

Accolades:
2013-14- Olympic Gold Medal (Canada)
2014-15- World Championship Gold Medal (Canada)
2016-17- All Star Game

Honorable Mentions: Nikolai Khabibulin, Sean Burke, Ilya Bryzgalov

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