Friday's Coyotes Tracks - Work Is Being Done

Eric Hartline-US PRESSWIRE

Joyce Clark went on the The Fan 1060 yesterday afternoon to report that there will be a vote on the Coyotes deal on November 27th. It's possible that this is finally going to get done. In addition, both the NHL and the NHLPA are talking only to each other and not the press, so maybe that will finally be done soon too. There was also actual hockey played last night as the ASU Sun Devils beat Oakland 3-2 in a shootout and the Glads extended their winning streak.

Coyotes News - Home
Check out "Glendale City Council Member Joyce Clark Unfiltered on Coyotes Ownership 11-8-12" for updates on the Coyotes sale.

Nebulous Verbosity " Watch Your Six, Coyotes
George breaks down Joyce Clark on Roc and Manuch and what is still left to do.

Lockout News

NHL, NHLPA break media silence after meeting for five hours - ESPN
Brief statements were made after talks at Bettman's old law firm.

NHL countered union’s proposals | ProHockeyTalk
The NHLPA is expected to have another counter offer Friday.

NHL, NHLPA talking to each other, not talking to anyone else, which is a good sign | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Talking doesn't matter, it matters who they are talking too, and they are finally talking to the right people.

The List: Most unreasonable NHL demands during lockout negotiations -
The NHL lockout will hopefully be coming to an end soon. Here's a bit of an insight into why the negotiations went so poorly.

Pirates News

The Pirates' captain: Alexandre the grate - The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Alexandre Bolduc annoys other teams with his physical play and excellent skill set.

Pirates’ youth starting to lead the way - Maine Hockey Journal
The Pirates have a lot of young prospects this year.

Sundogs News

Gladiators' Pierro-Zabotel scores two goals on birthday - Gwinnett Daily Post
The winning streak is now at six.

Manchester Phoenix News

Ice Hockey: Tony Hand hopes to steer GB to Olympic place - Manchester Evening News
Phoenix player-coach Tony Hand is also Great Britian's national team coach.

Manchester Phoenix sledge hockey trio in GB squad for New Year Cup trip to Russia | Cheshire Today
Three Phoenix sledge hockey players will be representing Great Britain at an international tournament.

News From Around the Hockey World

ASU Hockey: Sun Devils Stay Undefeated With 3-2 Win in Shootout Thriller - House of Sparky
The game went to an overtime sudden death shootout.

Arizona hockey hosts friends for important series - Arizona Daily Wildcat
The Cats face the Oakland team ASU beat last night.

Report: Plan to retire Bure’s jersey "almost certainly" doesn’t exist | ProHockeyTalk
It went from happening to not happening in a day.

NHL fights Canadian sports-betting bill - ESPN
NHL is against a bill that would allow sports-betting in Canada.

Three fascinating cases for the NHL amnesty clause buyout | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
A former Coyote is one of the three. Guess who.

The Final Howl

'04-'05 NHL Lockout Enters Ninth Year - The Onion

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