The Arizona Coyotes are one win away from clinching the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
And they have one goal left to get there.
It has been a tough season for the team, which has struggled to find its way in the standings after finishing with the NHL’s worst record last season.
But they are still just two games behind the Montreal Canadiens in the Pacific Division.
They are also just four points behind the Anaheim Ducks for the final playoff spot in the West.
They play host to the Los Angeles Kings tonight.
So what’s next?
The Coyotes are still trying to find their way in this tough stretch, but the team is making some significant moves.
They are signing goaltender Carter Hutton and defenseman Andrew Cogliano.
Arizona is also trying to keep a steady flow of prospects and young players.
And they have signed defenseman Nikita Zadorov, who was with the Coyotes from 2011-13.
And the Coyotes have brought back some veteran players to help with some of their depth issues.
The team signed veteran forward Ryan Carpenter, defenseman Mark Letestu and goaltender Jarome Iginla.
Carpenter is the team’s fourth first-round pick in 30 years.
Letestud, 32, is a veteran of eight NHL seasons and is a former first-rounder with the Vancouver Canucks.
He played five seasons in Vancouver, winning a Stanley Cup in 2014.
Iginlas, 32 was drafted in the fourth round in 2009.
He signed a four-year, $16.5 million contract with Arizona this summer.
He has been with the team since 2016.
And he has made the most of his new contract.
Igla had one goal and three assists in 15 games for the Canucks last season, and he was named the team MVP.
The Coyotes have also added veteran defenseman Andrej Sekera, who signed a two-year deal with Arizona in January.
He had seven points (three goals, four assists) in 57 games with the Bruins last season before the Coyotes traded him to Anaheim.
The team has had to deal with injuries, with center Connor Murphy and center Shane Doan both dealing with injuries.
They were traded to Anaheim in the offseason.