TUCSON, ARIZONA – The Tucson Roadrunners announced today that all 36 of their home games during the 2024-25 American Hockey League (AHL) season will be played at the Tucson Convention Center in downtown Tucson. The decision to play all 36 home games at Tucson Arena came after the last week’s decision by the Arizona State Land Department to cancel their June 27 land auction. 


TUCSON, ARIZONA – The Tucson Roadrunners, local business executives, fans and corporate partners welcomed the 9th season of Roadrunners hockey in Southern Arizona Thursday at the Tucson Convention Center with Roadrunners President Bob Hoffman announcing Opening Night for the 2024-2025 home campaign is slated for Saturday, October 19 from Tucson Arena.


TUCSON, ARIZONA – The Tucson Roadrunners announced today that the team will play a minimum of 30 games in the Tucson Arena in downtown Tucson during the 2024-25 season and will remain in Tucson as the home market for the American Hockey League club for the foreseeable future. The decision comes on the heels of a 9-0 unanimous vote today during Rio Nuevo District’s board meeting to keep the team playing in the Old Pueblo.

Roadrunners Finish As The AHL’s Most Improved Team From 2022-23 To 2023-24

Tucson, AZ- The Tucson Roadrunners finished as the AHL’s most improved year-to-year team with differentials of +23-poins, +13-wins and +.160-winning percentage. The team ended the season with a 43-23-4-2 record, .639 winning percentage and 92 points.

Roadrunners Lead League In NHL Debuts

Tucson, AZ- Six Tucson Roadrunner players made their NHL debuts in the 2023-24 season; which tied for first in the AHL.

Five Roadrunners To Compete In The IIHF 2024 Ice Hockey World Championship

Tucson, AZ- Five Tucson Roadrunners skaters are set to participate in the IIHF 2024 Ice Hockey World Championship that begins on Friday, May 10; including Milos Kelemen, Patrick Koch, Max Szuber, Michael Kesselring and Dylan Guenther.

Roadrunners Finish 2023-24 Regular Season With Most Players Recalled To The NHL

Tucson, AZ- The Tucson Roadrunners finished the 2023-24 regular season with the most recalls to the NHL at 19. Six of them made their NHL debuts with the Arizona Coyotes.

‘Running Through 23-24

A Season To Remember: After a 43-23-4-2 regular season record and finishing second in the AHL’s Pacific Division, the Roadrunners finished just short in the first round of the Calder Cup Playoffs versus the Calgary Wranglers. The 43-win season marks the most in a single-season for Tucson all-time; which helped the Roadrunners clinch home ice advantage and bring WhiteOut Tucson to the TCC for the first time since 2018.

Tucson Roadrunners Road Ahead: Road To The Cup Begins

On Friday, April 19, the Arizona Coyotes reassigned Dylan Guenther, Josh Doan and Michael Kesselring to the Roadrunners. Michael Kesselring was the first recall of the group on November 8; playing just the first six games for the Roadrunners. He would go on to have his breakout season in the NHL; tallying five goals and 16 assists for 21 points; with a plus/minus of +11 in 65 games. Guenther was the second to be called up on January 6; playing 45 games with the Coyotes and scoring 18 goals and 17 assists for 35 points. Doan was the last recall of the three on March 25; combining five goals and four assists for nine points in his first 11 career NHL games. This season, the Roadrunners saw a record-breaking 19 player recalls this season; with six of them making their NHL debuts including: Matthew Villalta, Josh Doan, Max Szuber, Patrik Koch, Cam Crotty and Aku Raty. 167 NHL games were played between 14 different Roadrunner skaters this season; in which they all combined for 30 goals and 45 assists for 75 points.

Conor Geekie Assigned To The Tucson Roadrunners By The Arizona Coyotes

Tucson, Arizona – The Tucson Roadrunners and General Manager John Ferguson announced Sunday that 2022 11th overall pick Conor Geekie has been assigned to the Tucson Roadrunners from the Swift Current Broncos by the Arizona Coyotes ahead of the Calder Cup Playoffs.

Roadrunners Finish In Second Place; Will Host Calgary In First Round of Playoffs

Tucson, Arizona - The Tucson Roadrunners will host the Calgary Wranglers in the First Round of the 2024 Calder Cup Playoffs in a matchup solidified on the final day of the AHL’s regular season after Colorado beat Ontario 6-3.

Josh Doan, Dylan Guenther and Michael Kesselring Assigned To The Tucson Roadrunners For The Calder Cup Playoffs; Raty, Kolyachonok Rejoin Too

Tucson, Arizona – The Tucson Roadrunners and General Manager John Ferguson announced today that forwards Dylan Guenther and Josh Doan, along with defenseman Michael Kesselring; have been Assigned to Tucson by the Arizona Coyotes ahead of the round one of Calder Cup Playoffs.