GLENDALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 18: Goaltender Mike Smith #41 of the Phoenix Coyotes leans on the goal as a non goal is being reviewed during the second peirod of the NHL game against the Dallas Stars at Jobing.com Arena on February 18, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
The Kings come to town tonight for a rematch from last weeks spirited scrimmage. In the tracks today we have lots from GM Don Maloney, he talks about the trade market and Derek Morris' leave of absence. Join us back here for our game day thread.
Phoenix Coyotes Seeing February Surge But Injuries Loom Large - Five For Howling
Phoenix Coyotes are playing well, but will need to contend with a rash of injuries to key role players going forward.
Phoenix GM Maloney on trade deadline: "We’re not looking to take anything off our roster" | ProHockeyTalk
Looks like the Coyotes are prepared to stand pat.
Don Maloney On Hockey This Morning - NHL Home Ice
Don on the same subject.
02/20/2012 Don Maloney Press Conference Video - NHL VideoCenter - Phoenix Coyotes
Manager Don Maloney explains why defenseman Derek Morris has taken a leave of absence from the team.
NHL In Seattle: Coyotes Looking Unlikely To Relocate, But Region Is Ready For A Hockey Team - SB Nation Seattle
Don't pop the Campaign yet, but things are looking up.
More links after the jump...
News About Tonight’s Enemy
Coyotes Ready for Rematch with Kings - Phoenix Coyotes - Features
Anthony Perez and Dave Vest preview tonight's game.
The Kings' royal pains + 30 Thoughts - CBC Sports
This week's edition contains plenty of trade talk.
Dog Caller - February 20, 2012 - Another Three-In-Three For The Sundogs - Five For Howling
Valerie's weekly update.
News From Around the Hockey World
Karlsson and Spezza lead Senators to 6-0 demolition of the Islanders - Silver Seven
Former Coyote Kyle Turris ended his scoring drought with an assist.
Washington Capitals at Carolina Hurricanes Game Recap - 02/20/2012
Eric Staal had two goals and an assist, Justin Peters cruised to his first NHL shutout, and the Carolina Hurricanes routed the Washington Capitals 5-0 last night.
The NHL's players' emergency assistance fund is getting a boost from Brendan Shanahan's fines - ESPN
Over the decades, the players' emergency fund has evolved, much like the NHL itself. Now under shared management between the NHL and the NHLPA, the fund is getting a boost -- both financially and in stature -- from an increase in fines.
Pacific Divsion: Ducks, Coyotes driven by elder statesmen - Hockey's Future
Teemu and the Wizard are driving the buses.
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel: Russian Hockey Tragedy - HBO
Real Sports February episode debuts tonight with a segment about the Lokomotiv plane crash.
Tetley surprises founder of skating program for the blind. - YouTube
Inspirational story about a legally blind hockey player who created an organization for visually impaired kids in Canada.
In Germany, a Jewish Hockey Player Chooses the Future - NYTimes.com
A Jewish hockey player, who grew up in the USA, now plays for the German national team.
10 most intriguing names in NHL trade market – USATODAY.com
Intriguing, maybe? Surprising, no.
A Week Before NHL Trade Deadline Day, Many Teams Still Unsure Of Status - SBNation.com
This may be the most boring trade deadline in years...
The Final Howl
How to Make Yourself an NHL Twitter "Insider": the E.K.L.U.N.D. System - On the Forecheck
So you want to learn how to spread NHL trade rumors and sound like you have the real scoop?
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