Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - Hope Rises As CBA Talks Continue

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 13: Steve Fehr of the NHLPA attends the press conference at Marriott Marquis Times Square on September 13, 2012 in New York City. - Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

After this weekend's discussions between the NHL and the NHLPA paved the way for more talks, the two met again in New York yesterday. In a meeting that started in the afternoon and went well into the night, both parties walked away feeling better about the situation. Not speaking in lengths about what when on, the general feeling was that progress had been made. Meanwhile outside the hockey world, we wave goodbye to Glendale Councilwoman Joyce Clark. Ms. Clark has been a proud supporter of the Phoenix Coyotes and a cornerstone in the efforts to keep them in Glendale.

Coyotes News

Glendale sales tax measure stays in place - Phoenix Business Journal
Glendale loses Joyce Clark and the sales tax stays.

Korpikoski continue TPS - TPS
Korpi signed a 6 game extension with his Finnish team, he will be playing there until at least November 24th. He is currently 4G-6A-10PTs in 5 games and has been successful on their power play. (Site is in Finnish)

Phoenix Coyote Season Ticket Holder Skate At Ice Den Saturday November 3 - Howlin' Hockey
The Phoenix Coyotes hosted a season ticket holder skate session at the Ice Den this past weekend.

Lockout News

NHL Lockout Update: NHL, Union Back At Bargaining Table (With Sidney Crosby) For New Talks
Lots of heavy hitters at the bargaining table today.

NHL lockout: Red Wings' Daniel Cleary: 'There's a lot of optimism' -
What's that, optimism about an end to the lockout? Why yes, yes it is, courtesy of Red Wings forward Daniel Cleary.

Sundogs News

Sundogs acquire forward from Missouri Mavs - The Prescott Daily Courier - Prescott, Arizona
Arizona traded for forward Derek LeBlanc on Tuesday.

Dog Caller - Halloween Week a Treat for the Arizona Sundogs - Five For Howling
Playing both at home and away this week, the Arizona Sundogs experienced some thrills and an incident that led to some chills.

News From Around the Hockey World

Ice hockey club in prime position to maintain heritage and launch an assault on all fronts - Manchester Evening News
Our European team gets nice ink in their hometown newspaper.

NHL notes: Ryan Clowe, Theo Peckham headed to ECHL | Hockey | Sports | Toronto Sun
New to the ECHL, The San Francisco Bulls sign two big name NHLers.

Brampton Battalion relocation proves Toronto isn't a hockey town - The Hockey News
He said it, not me.

Is the NHL better off than it was four years ago? -
Despite the lockout, Travis Hughes says yes.

2012 Hockey Hall of Fame -- Pavel Bure's speed and scoring prowess made for a lethal combination - ESPN
Pavel Bure's speed and scoring prowess made for a lethal combination, but injuries cut short what could have been an otherworldly career, writes Katie Strang.

Chatting college hockey with broadcaster Dave Starman -
Q & A with CBS Sports Network hockey analyst & Maple Leaf scout Dave Starman.

Ranking hockey’s greatest photos: Wayne Gretzky’s 802nd over Bobby Orr’s leap? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Sports Illustrated something hockey related.

The Final Howl

Occupying NHL headquarters during lockout: An unsuccessful, but admirable, attempt (VIDEO) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
"I am the 99 percent of the 24 percent of Americans that like hockey."

Down Goes Brown: Checking in on the NHL stars playing in Europe

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