Coyotes Tracks - July 6, 2011 - Yandle Stays Put

GLENDALE AZ - JANUARY 25: Keith Yandle #3 of the Phoenix Coyotes looks up from the bench during the NHL game against the Edmonton Oilers at Arena on January 25 2011 in Glendale Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Yesterday's big news was Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle re-signing with the club.  However, it wasn't the only Desert Dogs or hockey related news in the last couple of days. Check out the links for details.

Coyotes News

Keith Yandle Re-Signs with the Coyotes - Five For Howling
Keith Yandle signs a deal to keep him with the franchise through 2016.

Keith Yandle commits to Coyotes for 5 years, $26.25 million - Puck Daddy - NHL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Sean Leahy on the deal. Rozy's contract gets a mention as well (Sather shot).

All-Star defenseman Keith Yandle signs 5-year, $26.25 million deal to remain with Phoenix Coyotes
Bob McManaman on the deal.

More links after the jump...

The Desert Dog Blog: Yandle Wants to Play for Coyotes for Long Time - The Desert Dog Blog - by Dave Vest
Dave Vest on the Yandle signing plus brief notes or Korpikoski and the teams plans for switching ECHL affiliations.

Keith Yandle Conference Call - Interviews 07/05/2011
The Coyotes D-man gives his reaction to his contract signing.

Don Maloney Conference Call - Interviews 07/05/2011
GMDM talks Yandle and more.

Stars' preseason game at Reliant cancelled - Dallas Stars Blog - ESPN Dallas
The Coyotes chance at playing at a football stadium looks to be over.

Phoenix Coyotes' Raffi Torres continues to overcome - The Arizona Republic
Paola Boivin on the story of Raffi Torres.

Coyotes sign free agents McElhinney, Eckford
Depth for the organization/players for Portland.


News From Around the Hockey World

Ladd avoids arbitration, signs five-year deal with Jets - NHL Free Agency 2011
Ladd will likely be the team's captain as well.

Leafs Lock Up MacArthur Minutes Before Arbitration - Pension Plan Puppets
The Toronto Maple Leafs have agreed to a two year $6.5M deal with Clarke MacArthur.

Bruins trade for Joe Corvo, Kaberle signs with Hurricanes - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Bruins lose one dman and gain another.

Half-price forward: Leafs re-sign Tyler Bozak to discount two-year, $3.9M deal | ProHockeyTalk
Bozak takes a pay cut.

What’s the future of front-loaded long-term contracts in NHL? - Puck Daddy - NHL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Greg Wyshinkski on how the issue may affect the NHL's upcoming labor negotiations.

Bourne Blog: After Heatley/Havlat trade, value of a fresh start - Puck Daddy - NHL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Justin Bourne on how a trade can potentially invigorate a player and his teammates.

Florida's craziness and Dale Tallon's lack of imagination - Arctic Ice Hockey
Gabe with his take on Dale Tallon's latest spending spree.


The Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: Behind the scenes of the Brad Richards bidding war
DGB gets the inside scoop.


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