Discover Deep Transformational Life Coaching in Glendale, AZ
Living the human experience is a beautiful, complex journey. It's filled with peaks and valleys of pleasure and pain, both physical and emotional. It seems so simple when we're children, but things change as we grow: we begin to form our own opinions, develop romantic relationships, build a career, and work our way through life. With age comes maturity and personal development, but all too often, we grow older without learning how to manage and accept our emotions, thoughts, and relationships. This causes us to get stuck, and for some, they then stay stuck - trapped in a vicious cycle of self-doubt, judgement and negativity.
Sound familiar? If so, ask yourself if you are suffering from any of the following:
- Unresolved childhood trauma
- Grief, loss, and betrayals in life that you can't get past
- Harmful patterns that keep you stuck in a rut, with no hope of moving forward
- Anxiety about your personal or work life
- Anger, insecurity, and stress that gets the best of you
- Codependency and people pleasing-problems that leave you emotionally bankrupt
- Family or romantic relationship issues that you can't handle or resolve
- Negative thoughts and self-criticizing problems equating to "I'm not good enough" and "I can't succeed."
- Overthinking and racing thoughts that distract you during the day and keep you up at night
- Lack of motivation or purpose in your life
- Low self-worth, self-love, and lack of personal development
If you're struggling because you aren't sure what to do next or how to change your life for the better, know that you aren't alone. Millions of people just like you aren't where they want to be in life. Fortunately, your personal growth life coach in Glendale, AZ, is here to help you reimagine, refocus, and rebuild your life for the better.
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We All Suffer at Times. Now, Lets Do Something About It
If you're reading this page, chances are you're not exactly happy with how your life is going. And that's okay. You're in a safe place.
Finding the right person to speak with about the personal growth issues in your life is challenging. Some life coaches in Glendale only see you as a transaction - a means to make money and provide unhelpful, mediocre services. Christy Maxey is the anthesis of uneducated, fly-by-night life coaches. She has worked with thousands of people just like you and has built a reputation of helping people as their life coach in Glendale and throughout Arizona, as well as with clients all over the world.
As a former therapist, Christy uses an effective system of evidenced-based concepts, tools, and exercises like trauma-informed coaching, inner child healing and EMDR to uncover true self-worth. Christy's signature system, the Maxx Method, helps develop emotional intelligence and provides life-long skills that will help guide you in relationships with yourself and others.
Remember: you are not broken YOU ARE NOT BROKEN. There is nothing wrong with you. And, it doesn't have to take years of therapy to get the results you are hoping for
The Maxx Method Difference
Many people use go to therapy but see few results. They've tried reading books, listening to podcasts, and maybe even hired a life coach. But at the end of the day, they're still struggling with root issues that cause stress, anxiety, and feelings of helplessness.
Christy Maxey has developed The Maxx Method, an evidenced-based path to Personal Development, Healing and Emotional Intelligence. When you work with Christy Maxey as your life coach, you will spend your time together getting to the root cause of your problems. You'll answer questions like:
- How are you holding yourself back?
- What limiting beliefs do you have?
- What are you resisting?
- How are self-doubt and judgment keeping you stuck?
- How is your past STILL affecting you now?
- Where is your anxiety coming from?
Often, we don't know the answers to these questions without help. Unfortunately, many therapists and life coaches in Glendale, AZ lack focus. They encourage you to talk about your day, week, and month. They get a general sense of what is bothering you, but before any real work is done, your therapy session is over. In the end, you see few results and you're left reeling with more anxiety and stress than before.
Clients choose Christy Maxey as their personal development life coach because she gets right to the issues without wasting your time. She pulls on her vast experience to heal men and women of all ages, using traditional techniques from psychology and psychotherapy combined with results-oriented coaching. Christy always emphasizes honesty, compassion, and accountability, so you get real benefits and real efficiency with her coaching.
If you're ready to be re-introduced to your authentic self, your journey starts here.
Men's Personal Development Growth Coaching in Glendale, AZ
Men in today's society often fight against strong feelings of stress, anger, and self-defeating patterns that keep them stuck in a rut. Unfortunately, many men are socialized to ignore their feelings and inner experiences. As a men's therapist and life coach for more than 20 years, Christy Maxey has the techniques and experience to break down the barriers keeping men from living the life they want.
Men deserve compassion, but they also deserve high expectations and positive confrontation when necessary. Unlike some life coaches in Glendale, Christy's approach doesn't allow men to hide behind insecurity and grandiosity. Male clients choose Christy because she pushes them to live to their true potential without wasting time.
Coaching Men with Relationship Issues
Relationships don't always come easily and we are not taught how to have healthy, secure relationships. Challenges can be hard to overcome without help. If any of the following problems sound familiar, life coaching with Christy Maxey could be the solution:
- Difficult Relating to Partner
- Repeating Negative Patterns in Relationships
- Feelings of Loneliness
- Feeling Misunderstood
Coaching Men with Stress
Stress is the leading root cause of disease. Although men are taught to "just deal with it," that's not the best answer. With Christy Maxey as your life coach, you can address issues with:
- No Appreciation for Hard Work
- Pleasing Everyone Except Yourself
- Exhaustion without Physical Activity
- Feelings of Unhappiness and Lack of Motivation
Coaching Men with Anger
It's no wonder that men suffer from aggression and anger when we tell them to turn off their emotions. Life coaching can help you overcome:
- Aggressive Behavior
- Outbursts of Anger
- Career Issues
- Relationship Issues
- Verbal Aggression and Abuse
If you're a man open to working through your problems to better yourself, there's good news. Christy Maxey's proven, efficient life coaching system can help you be the father, husband, friend, and self that you truly want to be. With the right tools and guidance, you can live life with less anger and stress. And with the right tools, you can focus on finding your voice without resorting to aggression.
Women's Personal Development Growth Coaching in Glendale, AZ
Women are beautiful, unique individuals. But many seem to suffer from the same universal theme - an inner critic that hinders true growth and sabotages them from a fulfilling, happy life.
As a therapist, Christy Maxey spent much of her time working directly with women just like you. Christy combines an incredible depth of knowledge and guidance with life coaching energy, uncovering your true potential as a woman, free of dysfunction.
Unfortunately, no matter what women do as mothers and employees, many believe that they're never good enough. They feel like they're not worthy, not lovable, and not strong.
If you feel like you're unworthy of success and happiness, it's time for a change. It's time to look in the mirror and take care of yourself, not someone else.
If you're ready to reclaim the life you deserve, your journey to success starts with women's life coaching in Glendale. Here are just a few areas that Christy Maxey helps women break free of the chains that keep them down:
Coaching Women Suffering from Pleasing & Codependency
Many women today do everything for everybody else but don't take time to heal or explore personal development. Personal development growth coaching from Christy Maxey can help you address these common issues:
- Self-Medicating to Cover Up Feelings of Inadequacy
- Feeling like You've Lost Yourself
- People Taking Advantage of Your Kindness
- Over-Providing for Others
Coaching Women with Unpleasant Emotions
Many women are unsure of how to untangle the mess of emotions they go through. Life coaching in Glendale can help you manage your emotions and find the clarity and love you need in your life. Does this sound like you?
- Feelings of Shame and Guilt
- Issues with Your Career or Job
- Unhappiness with Others' Behaviors
- Bouts of Sobbing That Lead to Anxiety and Depression
Coaching Women with Self-Confidence Issues
Though every life is valuable, society triggers many women to de-value themselves as they grow older. One of the core components of Christy's life coaching is to help women value who they are. Self-confidence can help by:
- Highlighting Positive Attributes Over Shortcomings
- Finding Solutions to Confidence Issues
- Teaching You How to Love Yourself, Flaws and All
- Giving You the Tools to Assert Yourself Without Guilt
If you're a woman and you're ready for change, we've got great news. Women's coaching with Christy is all about change and focus. It's active and experiential coaching that will keep you engaged and accountable to yourself. The result? A life bursting with happiness, fulfillment, and joy.
EMDR Coaching in Glendale, AZ
EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing, is a powerful technique used to heal people from distressing and disturbing life experiences. EMDR Coaching with Christy Maxey allows the mind to heal from psychological trauma much quicker than traditional therapy methods.
When we go through traumatic experiences, we often associate those events with negative beliefs and emotions like feelings of shame, anger, and inadequacy. EMDR helps the mind reprocess the life-changing event, allowing the client to heal and live a life they love.
Is EMDR Right for You?
Many people are reluctant to try EMDR because of poor results from previous attempts. Christy Maxey's EMDR Coaching includes guided visualization and inner child healing for a more robust approach. This tactic is part of Christy's Maxx Method - a life-changing framework for personal development.
What is the Maxx Method?
You may have received help from a therapist or life coach in Glendale, AZ, in the past, only to fall back into bad habits and self-destruction. If that sounds like you, chances are you never addressed the underlying cause of your problems. You cut the weed but never removed the root.
The Maxx Method is a six-part holistic system of evidenced-based tools, exercises, and concepts, developed to help you achieve maximized personal development.
EMDR and the Maxx Method are not only used for extreme traumas. They can be very helpful for common memories and events that foster feelings of low self-esteem and powerlessness, too. These methods were developed to help manage unpleasant emotions, show you how to find deep love, and heal old wounds that keep you stuck.
EMDR and the Maxx Method could be right for you if you have experienced:
- Social Anxiety
- Loss, Betrayal, and Grief
- Negative Core Beliefs
- Hurt, Anger, and Sadness
- Low Self-Esteem
- Lack of Confidence
Break Out of Your Comfort Zone and Be Proud of Your True Self
The world is changing. People are finally learning how to manage their own human experiences. But we can't do it alone. Christy Maxey is here to guide you on the path to a positive, guilt-free life. If you're ready to look inward, find peace, and develop the skills to love your true self, you're in the right place. After all, you've been suffering long enough.
When you work with Christy, you'll be on a fast track to the truth - no beating around the bush or wasting time. Christy's methods are gentle but firm, compassionate yet driven. You will learn, you will transform, and you will be happy because it's you who did the work. It's time to face your fears head-on, so you can't play the victim card anymore. You're capable of great relationships, healthy self-confidence, and of doing something with your life. If you're sick and tired of being stuck, this is your chance to get out of that rut.
Ready to learn to value yourself and live the life that you deserve? Contact Christy Maxey today for your free 15-minute consultation.Call Us480-600-3003
Latest News in Glendale, AZ
These Glendale restaurants and bars are open late on Super Bowl Sunday
Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner and we know you'll be too excited to go home right after the game.Whether you are celebrating your team's win or need a pick me up if your team came in second, we've got you covered. Six restaurants and bars near the stadium are staying open late after the game. Karaoke, check; food, check; drinks, check; pool, check.The Westgate Entertainment District is adjacent to State Farm Stadium in Glendale, which is hosting Super Bowl 57. Here are six restaurants and bars there...
Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner and we know you'll be too excited to go home right after the game.
Whether you are celebrating your team's win or need a pick me up if your team came in second, we've got you covered. Six restaurants and bars near the stadium are staying open late after the game. Karaoke, check; food, check; drinks, check; pool, check.
The Westgate Entertainment District is adjacent to State Farm Stadium in Glendale, which is hosting Super Bowl 57. Here are six restaurants and bars there that have extended their hours on game day.
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Easy Tiger Bar
If you are up for karaoke after the game, pop into Easy Tiger Bar. Grab a cold beer, hot food, sing your heart out and play pool to celebrate your team's win. Ramen, pizza, wings, tacos and crab rangoon are some of the food options. Easy Tiger Bar is open from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.
Details: 4725 W. Olive Ave., Glendale. Instagram: @easytigerbar.
Opa Life Greek Cafe is planning a Super Bowl party from 6 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. with a coffee bar, full bar, fire pit, patio seating and 19 screens. Aside from wraps, pitas, pizzas, burgers and Greek specialties such as moussaka, desserts, cocktails and beer are also available.
Details: 9404 W. Westgate Blvd., Unit C103, Glendale. 623-242-8338, opalifegreek.com. For Super Bowl party reservations, call 480-790-0918.
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Grab brunch or lunch before the game or stop by after for a board or sandwich with cocktails, beer and wine. Sweets lovers are in luck: The Lola dessert menu features shakes, cotton candy fluff, a cookie monster, cheesecake, carrot cake and churros. The Lola will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.
Details: 6770 N. Sunrise Blvd., Glendale. 623-877-5225, thelolaaz.com.
Yard House sports bar has extended hours on Super Bowl Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. With over 100 draft beers on tap and 20 TV screens, Yard House is ready before, during and after the game.
Details: 9401 W. Westgate Blvd., Building F, Glendale. 623-872-3900, yardhouse.com.
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McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon
This Irish-themed sports bar invites fans to hang out in the bar, lounge or one of the two patios. Aside from beer, wine and appetizers like mozzarella sticks and wings, the menu includes burgers; salads and entrees like shepherd's pie. McFadden flaunts a 150-inch projection screen and 50 HD TVs. Its Super Bowl Sunday hours are 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
The gastropub will be open from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Super Bowl Sunday. Bar Louie offers a large menu of starters, flatbreads, salads, sandwiches and desserts. There's also a kids menu. The drink menu includes cocktails, beer and wine.
Details: 6770 N. Sunrise Blvd., Glendale. 602-609-5500, barlouie.com.
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Glendale approves new lease-purchase agreement for Desert Diamond Arena
The city of Glendale unanimously approved a new $33 million lease agreement with ASM Global for the former hockey arena now called Desert Diamond Arena, with an option to purchase the facility.Glendale City Council gave the green light on Tuesday for the new long-term lease agreement and $40 million renovation plan with California-based ASM Global, a company that was formed through a merger of AEG Facilities and SMG and is one of the largest venue management companies globally.The new agreement replaces the previous agreement w...
The city of Glendale unanimously approved a new $33 million lease agreement with ASM Global for the former hockey arena now called Desert Diamond Arena, with an option to purchase the facility.
Glendale City Council gave the green light on Tuesday for the new long-term lease agreement and $40 million renovation plan with California-based ASM Global, a company that was formed through a merger of AEG Facilities and SMG and is one of the largest venue management companies globally.
The new agreement replaces the previous agreement with Glendale and ASM that was in place for about six and half years and comes nearly a year after the Arizona Coyotes hockey team played their last game at the venue.
Through the new agreement, ASM will enter into a ground lease with the city for a minimum of 20 years with the option for multiple 10-year renewals. Glendale City Manager Kevin Phelps said the city has been negotiating the contract for just under a year and that leasing to ASM will allow Glendale to stay involved with the venue.
The new agreement will also take away some of the risks and costs that the city was responsible for under the previous contract with ASM, such as utilities, personnel and operations. ASM will also no longer have to split revenue with Glendale.
In the new agreement, ASM will take over arena management and capital repair costs from Glendale, which Phelps said means an estimated $140 million to $145 million benefit returned to the city over the next 20 years. The estimated benefit includes the $33 million ASM will pay Glendale over the course of about two and half years as an upfront lease payment.
Glendale Vice Mayor Joyce Clark said during Tuesday's Council meeting that the agreement "restores the city's original position and the city's original intent, which was to pay off the debt and to have all costs associated with arena assumed by our partner." Mayor Jerry Weiers said the new deal will also bring "much more" and better events than in previous years to the arena without the liabilities.
ASM Global said the agreement is part of a multiyear strategy to increase the venue's fiscal returns. The management company will also contribute $15 million to the city's $40 million renovation of the arena, which will be led by architectural and engineering firm HOK.
"ASM, who is one of the largest owner of arenas and stadiums in the entire world, they now have a significantly increased investment into our sports and entertainment district," Phelps told the Business Journal. "We feel like now they'll have even more incentive to jump in and invest heavily to make sure our arena is bringing in as many events as possible."
Last year marked the venue's best financial performance in the past 17 years and included sold-out events featuring Pearl Jam, Eric Church, Grupo Firme, Alan Jackson and Billie Eilish, according to ASM, which said it expects 2023 to surpass last year's record.
"We passionately believe in Glendale and Desert Diamond's potential to live up to its name as a diamond in the entertainment sphere," said ASM Global President and CEO Ron Bension, in a statement. "The area's track record of hosting spectacular events, like the Super Bowl, can grow even more to enrich the community."
ASM Global has operated the former Coyotes arena since 2016, when City Council took management of the arena away from the Arizona Coyotes and awarded a new contract to the company, then called AEG Facilities, to bring more concerts to the arena.
At the time, the Coyotes had a rocky relationship with the city and the agreement was seen as a move that could have prompted the team to leave Glendale. The city eventually parted ways with the Coyotes and the Gila River Arena was renamed Desert Diamond Arena in a deal between ASM Global and Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment.
ASM said it plans to leverage the venue's anchor status within the $1 billion Westgate Entertainment District, which is part of the city's fast-growing sports and entertainment district that spans three square miles along the Loop 101 and was just host to the Super Bowl LVII.
"Our property has seen tremendous growth over the past few years, and we're excited that ASM will aid in its continued expansion," said Dan Dahl, director of real estate for YAM Properties, in a statement.
The Desert Diamond Arena first opened in 2003 and was the first project in the city's sports and entertainment district. It's part of ASM's portfolio of more than 350 venues globally. The Glendale venue has a seating capacity of 18,300 for basketball and 19,000 for concerts and is also home to the Professional Bull Riders Arizona Ridge Riders. It has 3,075 club seats and 87 luxury suites.
ASM has worked on major entertainment districts and venues including L.A. Live in Los Angeles, Darling Harbour in Sydney, OVO Arena Wembley in London and AO Arena Manchester.
The city said it currently has more than $130 million in remaining bond debt that will be paid out over the next 20 years for the former hockey arena.
NHL Rumors: Toronto Maple Leafs, Arizona Coyotes, and the Boston Bruins
James Mirtle: The Toronto Maple Leafs have some salary cap room, which could be used for more moves and signing Matthew Knies. They could look to add to their blue line.David Alter: Leafs GM Dubas on trade draft picks for rental players: “I just felt our team had earned it. I’d rather deal the...
James Mirtle: The Toronto Maple Leafs have some salary cap room, which could be used for more moves and signing Matthew Knies. They could look to add to their blue line.
David Alter: Leafs GM Dubas on trade draft picks for rental players: “I just felt our team had earned it. I’d rather deal the picks rather than our prospects pool. Referred to the picks as a ‘mystery box’ rather than the prospects they know.
Darren Dreger: Don’t think that Toronto Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas is done after acquiring Ryan O’Reilly and Noel Acciari.
What other pieces does Dubas have left to use? Alex Kerfoot? Pierre Engvall? Justin Holl? David Kampf?
Mike Stephens: Dubas on if he’s done: “If there’s a way we can continue to improve the team we’ll definitely look at it”
Pierre LeBrun: The Toronto Maple Leafs would have been high on Ryan O’Reilly’s list on July 1st when he becomes a free agent, and there might have been mutual interest. Don’t expect there to be any talk now as they focus on the stretch and playoff run.
Mike Stephens: Leafs GM Dubas said they haven’t had any contract extension talks yet with Ryan O’Reilly’s camp: “You want people to live together before you get married, to take that next step.”
Jimmy Murphy of Boston Hockey Now: Arizona Coyotes defenseman Jakob Chychrun still awaits a trade. A source said the Boston Bruins are still ‘keeping tabs’ on the situation.
The source said that talk around the league had the Coyotes asking the Bruins for one of Jake DeBrusk or Jeremy Swayman, a 2023 first-round pick, a 2024 third-round pick and a top prospect in Fabian Lysell or Mason Lohrie.
The Bruins said that DeBrusk and Swayman are off-limits and not available in any trade.
NHL Odds, Preview, Prediction: Flames vs. Coyotes (February 22)
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After a rough loss at home to the Flyers, the Calgary Flames head to Arizona on Wednesday to take on the Coyotes. It’s been a very up-and-down season for the Flames, and they’ve going 4-4-2 in their last 10 games as they attempt to claw their way into the postseason.
The Coyotes started the season on an expected rough note, but they’re playing better as of late. They’ve kept games close for the most part, going 5-1-4 in their last 10 games. Arizona has nothing to lose, and at the end of the season, those teams are the most dangerous for teams like the Flames.
Here’s a look at our odds, as well as our prediction for the Calgary Flames vs. Arizona Coyotes.
The Flames are a curious case. After losing two of their top scorers, they were hoping that Jonathan Huberdeau would pick up the slack, which he hasn’t. The former 100-point scorer has 38 points in 54 games. Elias Lindholm is also having a down year after a 100-point season.
What’s surprising is Tyler Toffoli is leading the team in scoring. He’s no slouch, but he’s usually one to be a fifth leading scorer for a successful team.
Despite this slow season for Calgary, it’s actually one of the best even strength offenses in the league. It ranks sixth in expected goals with a 54.14 xGF%. What has held the Flames back is their porous power play, scoring only 19% of the time.
On the defensive side, the Flames are actually pretty solid. They only allow 3.02 goals per game and are one of the best at limiting expected goals against. The penalty kill is also very good, at 81.6%.
After being nominated for the Vezina last year, Jacob Markstrom has had an abysmal year. The towering Swede is playing to an uncharacteristic -0.6 goals saved above expected and an .889 SV%.
Another week goes by and Jakob Chychrun remains out for trade-related reasons. The dynamic defenseman hasn’t played since February 10th and won’t play until a trade commences. Luckily, players like Clayton Keller, Nick Schmaltz and Lawson Crouse have picked up the slack and have been as productive as ever.
While Arizona’s one of the worst even strength offenses, it’s picked up over the past month. It currently stands 30th in expected goals, but is 23rd since January 21. That doesn’t look like much, but is better than what it was. The power play is as good as it’s going to get, only scoring 19.3% of the time.
Defensively, the Yotes are a bit of a mess as expected, especially with Chychrun out. They allow 3.44 goals per game and are 25th in expected goals against.
Karel Vejmelka’s play has dropped to the point where coach Andre Tourigny has put more faith in Connor Ingram. Ingram played on Sunday, however, so I think we see Vejmelka. The Czech netminder is playing to an overall great +12.9 GSAx, but since January 1, has a .901 SV%.
My faith in the Flames has dwindled. It’s clear that the locker room is in shambles and the players are not buying into Daryl Sutter anymore. As I keep hoping that they snap out of it, they don’t, and they don’t win the games they should win (like the one against the Flyers at home).
Arizona should be scary to the Flames. Sure, to start the season, the Coyotes were a joke, but they have now earned points in nine out of their last 10 games. Not only that, but they have a 13-8-2 record at home.
One can look at the records Vejmelka and Markstrom have against each other, but I wouldn’t look too far into it. The Flames are vulnerable and are more prone to gripping their sticks too tight, while Arizona has been playing with house money since the turn of the year. I’m backing the heavy underdog Coyotes to win at home.
Yotes Notes: Point Streak, Ingram's Roll, & Maccelli Keeps Dishin'
The Arizona Coyotes have 25 games left this season, and 18 of those will be played at Mullett Arena.It's the literal 'home stretch' of the 2022-23 schedule.The Coyotes have fared well at home this season, compiling a 13-8-2 record while winning their last four games at The Mullett. Those last four had come as part of a broader nine-game point streak, which is the league's longest streak following the New York Rangers' loss on Monday night.Arizona's rookies have had a huge hand in that success.For starters, netmind...
The Arizona Coyotes have 25 games left this season, and 18 of those will be played at Mullett Arena.
It's the literal 'home stretch' of the 2022-23 schedule.
The Coyotes have fared well at home this season, compiling a 13-8-2 record while winning their last four games at The Mullett. Those last four had come as part of a broader nine-game point streak, which is the league's longest streak following the New York Rangers' loss on Monday night.
Arizona's rookies have had a huge hand in that success.
For starters, netminder Connor Ingram recently had his shutout streak stopped at 147:08, which is the fifth-longest stretch by any goalie this season. He also recorded his first-career shutout last week against the Tampa Bay Lightning, and his 47 stops set the NHL record for the most saves in a player's first shutout.
Forward Matias Maccelli has also been a big part of that success, picking up right where he left off after missing some time in January with an injury. The 22-year-old leads all NHL rookies with 25 assists despite missing 16 games over that span, and has recorded five over his last four games.
Maccelli's skill was on full display in Sunday's win over the Columbus Blue Jackets, assisting on Barrett Hayton's game-winning goal with a no-look pass.
Hayton's overtime tally propelled Arizona to its third win in four games, with the Calgary Flames on deck this Wednesday.
On to the show!
The Week in Review
Wednesday, Feb. 15 | vs. Tampa Bay Lightning | 1-0 Win (Shootout) STATS | THE WRAP
The night belonged to Ingram, who broke the aforementioned NHL record for most saves by a goalie in their first-ever shutout. The 25-year-old secured the win after turning aside all 47 shots he faced, and allowed just one of three shooters to score in the ensuing shootout.
Nick Schmaltz and Clayton Keller converted their opportunities in the shootout to secure the win for the Coyotes, despite getting outshot 47-26 in the game.
The Coyotes kept their point streak alive following a furious rally, scoring four unanswered goals over the game's final two periods after falling behind 5-1 in the first.
Keller, Maccelli, Travis Boyd and Josh Brown each finished with two points apiece, which Ingram continued his stellar play by turning aside all 23 shots he faced after replacing Karel Vejmelka late in the first period.
The Kings ultimately prevailed in the game's shootout, but the Coyotes earned a point in the game to keep the streak alive.
Arizona found itself in familiar territory, playing in an extra frame for the third straight game. Unlike the night before in L.A., though, the Coyotes were able to secure the win following Hayton's game-winning goal just two minutes into overtime.
Boyd scored for the second straight game, and Nick Schmaltz added his 15th goal of the season as Arizona took the season series over Columbus 2-0.
Down on the Farm
Tucson Roadrunners (23-25-4, 6th place, Pacific Division)
Atlanta Gladiators (25-20-5, 6th place, South Division)
The Sweet Spot
Feb: 19: Barrett Hayton sends the Coyotes to their fourth straight home win, burying a pass from Matias Maccelli to give Arizona a 3-2 overtime win over the Columbus Blue Jackets.
"We're at home, we won't take any stuff like that. I think we have guys that can answer the bell … I really like the way it happened. It happened organically. The guys wanted to take care of their teammates." André Tourigny on the Coyotes sticking up for each other during their win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday.
What to Watch For
Wednesday, Feb. 22 vs. Calgary Flames, 7:30 pm MST
Arizona and Calgary will meet for the second of three matchups tomorrow at Mullett Arena, as the Flames won the first game 3-2 on Dec. 5. In Calgary. The two will square off once more, on March 14, also at Mullett Arena.
Calgary most recently dropped a 4-3 decision to the Philadelphia Flyers o Monday, and is 2-2-1 over its last five games. Tyler Toffoli leads the way in total points (49) and goals (23), while Elias Lindholm's 22 assists are tops on the team.
Jacob Markstrom is 15-14-7 with a 2.93 goals-against average and .889 save percentage this season, while backup Dan Vladar is 11-6-4 with a 2.84 GAA and .901 SV%.
TV: Bally Sports Arizona | Radio: Arizona Sports 98.7 FM
Sunday, Feb. 26 vs. Nashville Predators, 5 pm MST
Sunday's game marks the third of four meetings between Arizona and Nashville, as the teams split the first two games of the series, both in Nashville. They'll match up once more on March 9 in Tempe, as well.
The Predators have lost three of their last four games, most recently dropping a 4-3 game to the Minnesota Wild on Sunday. Nashville still has games against Vancouver and San Jose before visiting Mullett Arena on Sunday.
Nashville is led by Roman Josi in both points (49) and assists (34), while Filip Forsberg's 19 goals are the most on the team. Juuse Saros has done the lion's share of work between the pipes, earning a 20-16-5 record with a 2.82 GAA and .916 SV% this season. Backup Kevin Lankinen, who was in net the last time the Predators and Coyotes played, is 6-5-1 with a 2.70 GAA and .919 SV%.
TV: Bally Sports Arizona | Radio: Arizona Sports 98.7 FM
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