Arizona Coyotes roar back from three down for win over Anaheim Ducks

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Arizona Coyotes roar back from three down for win over Anaheim Ducks

One thing is clear this season for the Arizona Coyotes. They definitely keep games interesting. 

Monday night was the wildest of the season, a night that saw the Coyotes rally from a three-goal deficit with four unanswered goals, after three fights in the first period and several miscues in the defensive zone in the first 20 minutes. What started as perhaps the Coyotes’ worst performance ended up a memorable and much-needed 4-3 win over the Anaheim Ducks at Gila River Arena.

Christian Dvorak scored two goals, including the go-ahead goal on a power play early in the third period, and the Coyotes’ defense held firm for the final 16:08 to leave the ice a happy bunch.

Dvorak, Derick Brassard and Jakob Chychrun scored for the Coyotes (8-7-3) in the second period. Chychrun assisted on Dvorak’s second goal and Clayton Keller had two assists as the Coyotes got their second win in the past six games.

All of the Arizona scoring came after three unanswered goals from Jakob Silfverberg, Max Jones and Cam Fowler for the Ducks, and 18 of 24 Coyotes penalty minutes served for roughing, fighting or cross-checking. 

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