Radil, playing in just his sixth game of the season, scored on a backhand wrapround shot as the Sharks blew a 3-0 lead but got their third win in four games.
Panik’s sixth goal of the season tied it at 3 at 5:45 of the third as his shot wobbled through Dell’s pads.
The Coyotes pulled Hill with about a minute to play, but Tomas Hertl scored an empty-net goal with 51 seconds to play.
The Sharks upped their league-leading first-period goal total to 39 with two less than a minute apart. Pavelski re-directed Brenden Dillon‘s long-distance shot with his skate with 5:24 left in the opening period. It was Pavelski’s team-high 19th of the season.
Fifty seconds later, Hertl passed to Couture on a breakout, and Couture pump-faked before burying a backhand under Hill’s legs for his 10th to make it 2-0.
Kane won a race against Arizona’s Jordan Oesterle for a loose puck and took it in on his own for the Sharks’ third goal, at 5:10 of the second period. But the Sharks couldn’t put away the Coyotes.
Arizona got on the board on its first power play of the night. Clayton Keller didn’t get off a quality shot from in front, but the puck found Schmaltz waiting near the net for a tap-in at 6:55 of the second.
Schmaltz has six points in six games with the Coyotes since being acquired in a trade on Nov. 26.
Richardson got a stick on Jakob Chychrun‘s shot for his eighth at 10:43, making it 3-2. Richardson’s eight goals are tied for most on the Coyotes.
Notes: F Conor Garland, called up from AHL Tucson last Monday, made his NHL debut for Arizona. … C Vinnie Hinostroza is week-to-week with a lower-body injury he suffered against Washington on Thursday and was placed on injured reserve. … Radil replaced Antti Suomela in the lineup. Suomela missed his fourth game of the season. … C Joe Thornton passed Steve Yzerman for 18th place on the all-time NHL games played list, reaching 1,515 on Saturday. … Former Coyotes player and 17-year NHL veteran Cliff Ronning dropped the ceremonial first puck.
Coyotes play at Boston on Tuesday night to open a four-game East Coast road trip.
Source: Fox Sports