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Coyotes new shared Arena gets a name and it's as weird as you think it would be


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C. Ritchie
August 24, 2022  (8:43)
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The Arizona Coyotes arena situation has been the butt of many jokes this past year. Having to share an arena with Arizona State University at their 5,000-seat arena is embarrassing. But now it seems like it was fate as Arizona State University announced the awesome new name for their arena.

Hockey players have always had their own style of hair over the years. You can usually pick out the kid at school who plays hockey based on his "flow" or "lettuce". So it's only fitting that the Arizona Coyotes and Arizona State Sun Devils' new arena be called "Mullett Arena", as per a media release by the school.
"The Mullett family has supported Sun Devil Hockey through every stage of its existence and expanded their support of Sun Devil Athletics in the years since. In appreciation of Don and Barbara's commitment, we're thrilled to introduce Mullett Arena," said Vice President for University Athletics Ray Anderson. "With this building dedication, ASU and the Mullett's shared vision comes to life as we take another step toward elevating our elite student-athlete experience and further serving our community."

Arizona State University announced that the new on-campus Arena will be named Mullett Arena in recognition of Donald and Barbara Mullett's commitment to ASU and Sun Devil Athletics. The Mullett family helped ASU build their hockey-program and get it into Division-I.
If they don't have some sort of "Mullet Night", that would be another wasted opportunity for the Coyotes.
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Coyotes new shared Arena gets a name and it's as weird as you think it would be

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