Not much Coyotes news to report today, but the Gwinnett Gladiators are getting help at the forward position courtesy of Portland sending down Evan Bloodoff. Other links include more talk about the so-called "deadline" for the 2012-13 season, some more NHLers getting injured overseas, and the filthiest goal you're going to see for a while.
Dave Tippett, Head Coach, Phoenix Coyotes. Unsung Hero? - Howlin' Hockey
Troy Baker has a tremendous respect for Dave Tippett.
The Time for Patience Has Passed In the Phoenix Coyotes Ownership Saga : The Hockey Writers
You can skip to the last paragraph or so, which contains a considerably more optimistic picture of the future in Glendale.
Lightning's Marty St. Louis fears long lockout hurts his career - Tampa Bay Times
Whether or not more older players feel the same way may determine if we get a season this year.
This week is as big as they come for NHL - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
Is this week the deadline for a 2012-13 season? Many think so.
NHL lockout 2012: Predators' Sergei Kostitsyn hopes league loses 2012-13 season - SBNation.com
Either Kostitsyn doesn't understand how the Internet works, or he's not particularly concerned with endearing himself to North American fans.
30 Thoughts: NHL lockout enters crucial week - CBC Sports
Elliotte Friedman with lockout details and minor league tidbits.
The Stanley Cup's trustees are failing hockey fans everywhere - Silver Seven
Is the Cup's legacy being damaged by the parade of NHL work stoppages?
Gladiators comeback against Road Warriors for first win of the season, 4-3 - Atlanta Pro sports | Examiner.com
Mike Lee gets the first win of the season for the Coyotes' ECHL affiliate.
Evan Bloodoff assigned to the Gwinnett Gladiators - Official Website - Gwinnett Gladiators
Scroll down a little to see Bloodoff heading down to the ECHL.
News From Around the Hockey World
EA SPORTS NHL 13: 2012-2013 NHL season Week 3 simulation - ESPN
The Coyotes still lead the Pacific Division with a 5-1-0 record, according to EA Sports.
Volchenkov suffers broken foot bone playing in KHL, out indefinitely | ProHockeyTalk
We hear a few more stories like this the lockout may end sooner then later. Owners can not be pleased when this happens.
Calgary mayor cool to funding new arena for Flames | ProHockeyTalk
Seems to be a growing trend in the sporting world.
Marc Savard injury: Bruins forward sees 'no comeback' in foreseeable future - SBNation.com
A sad story gets more depressing.
The Final Howl