Nothing really new to report today, aside from the NHL's expected cancellation of more of the regular season schedule. The Coyotes' AHL affiliate, the Portland Pirates, notched their first win of the season at home, in which OEL scored a pair. Today's other links include yet another potential CBA fix, an attempt to put a price on Roberto Luongo, and some creative advertising down in the ECHL.
Scruggs makes a case for letting Coyotes go - azcentral
Glendale Mayor Elaine Scruggs has gone from being one of the biggest supporters of the Yotes staying in Glendale to one of the biggest detractors.
Fire The Cannon Takes Aim At The Phoenix Coyotes Part 1 - Howlin' Hockey - A Phoenix Coyotes Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
A nice two-parter that covers pretty much everything you'd ever need to know about the Coyotes recent off-ice history.
Phoenix Coyotes: 5 Most Memorable Players in Team History | Bleacher Report
According to this list, there wasn't anything that memorable about the Coyotes up until around 2009.
NHL cancels regular season through Nov. 1 - ESPN
The NHL made official today what we all presumed would happen. The big question is how many games they cancel next.
Winter Classic 2013: Nov. 20 the drop-dead date for cancellation, according to report - SBNation.com
If true, this deadline will likely tell us if the NHL will have a season at all this year.
How a "make-whole" salary cap would provide a win-win lockout solution | Backhand Shelf | Blogs | theScore.com
Seems like a perfectly logical solution, so don't expect to see it anytime soon.
Craig Kanalley: NHL's Biggest Problem As Lockout Draws On: Most People Don't Care - Huffington Post
Is the NHL becoming irrelevant in the general sports landscape?
Portland Plays First 'Home' Game Tonight - Phoenix Coyotes - Features
Oliver Ekman-Larsson hopes to spend his time in the AHL developing his leadership skills.
Pirates shine at their second home | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
OEL had two goals, Miele and Hextall notched one each, and the Portland Pirates beat the San Jose Sharks affiliate 7-4.
News From Around the Hockey World
NCAA Reduces Nic Kerdiles' One-Year Suspension To 30% Of Season - Bucky's 5th Quarter
Kerdiles will now miss 11 games instead of the entire season.
What Would You Pay for Roberto Luongo? - Pension Plan Puppets
Chemmy at PPP tries to figure out how much is too much for the oft-maligned Vancouver Canucks netminder.
The Biggest Threat to the NHL - Life - Mile High Hockey
The analogy at the beginning of the article alone is worth the read.
6 Reasons Why USA Hockey Will Never Catch Canada | STACK
We respectfully disagree.
The Final Howl