GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Matt Duchene scored in a shootout and had three assists, helping the Avalanche beat the Coyotes 5-4 Friday night in what may be the team's final home game in the desert.
Phoenix went up 2-0 early, but Colorado rallied for the lead with a three-goal flurry late in the first period and the teams traded scores the rest of the way in a wild game that had 18 players earn at least a point.
P.A. Parenteau had a goal and an assist, and Stefan Elliott scored his first goal in nearly two years. Patrick Bordeleau and Ryan O'Reilly also scored for the Avalanche.
Antoine Vermette had two goals and Keith Yandle had three assists for the Coyotes, who will head into a fourth straight offseason without an owner.
David Schlemko and Rob Klinkhammer also scored for Phoenix.
This home finale in the desert ended with the same question as the previous three: Will this be the last game for the Coyotes in Arizona? The franchise has been run by the NHL the past three seasons.