Coyotes Tracks - May 8, 2012 - Ocho De Mayo

GLENDALE, AZ - MAY 07: Goaltender Pekka Rinne #35 of the Nashville Predators allows a second period goal to Martin Hanzal (not pictured) of the Phoenix Coyotes in Game Five of the Western Conference Semifinals during the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Arena on May 7, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. The Coyotes defeated the Predators 2-1 to win the series 4 games to 1. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Sorry for the tardiness of today's tracks, but after the big win last night we all decided to let our victory .gif thread simmer on the top of the front page for the morning. In ownership news we have several articles about the recent positive movement by Greg Jamison and the NHL. Even though tonight's Glendale City council meeting wont have a Coyotes item on the agenda, the group known as will be hosting a save the Coyotes Rally at Haus Murphy's at 6pm.

Links after the jump...

Coyotes vs. Predators Post Game News

Phoenix Coyotes Advance to Western Conference Finals With Win Over Predators - Five For Howling

Phoenix Coyotes’ greatest day in franchise history (so far) - Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports

Phoenix Coyotes defeat Nashville Predators, advance to Western Conference finals - The Arizona Republic

Preds fail to bury chances once again, Coyotes advance… - Section 303

Coyotes 2, Predators 1: Nashville Knocked Out - On the Forecheck

Rinne on "unreal" Smith: "He was the difference in the series" | ProHockeyTalk

Coyotes News

Phoenix Coyotes Grab Front Page Of Arizona Republic - From Our Editors -
Finally the Coyotes get the front page of not just the Sports section, but of the actual paper.

NHL, Jamison Pursue Purchase Agreement for Coyotes - Phoenix Coyotes - Features

Deal not done, but Coyotes closer to stability - Fox Sports Arizona

Finish line in sight for deal to sell Phoenix Coyotes - ESPN
Pierre LeBrun thinks the deal may actually happen.

Monday’s Three Stars: Coyotes advance to third round; Richards, Staal’s late-game heroics - Puck Daddy
Carrie Underwood has the weirdest looking posse ever. Also Smitty was the 1st Star, which isn't really news because we all know he is awesome.

Western Conference finals at a glance: Phoenix-Los Angeles playoff preview | ProHockeyTalk
The Kings and Coyotes will meet in the playoffs for the first time ever.

Phoenix Coyotes Shake Off Distractions, Advance To Western Conference Final -
There have been distractions for the Phoenix Coyotes for years, and there were distractions on Monday night. But in chasing their first-ever Stanley Cup, the Coyotes continue to brush their off-ice...

Coyotes' Team Canada roots run deep - Toronto Sun
A look at how intertwined Dave Tippett, Sean Burke, and Dave King are at the international level.

News From Around the Hockey World

Recap: Rangers 3, Caps 2 (OT) - Japers' Rink
The Rangers take a 3-2 series lead after a last-minute game-tying goal and a quick power play strike in overtime.

The Final Howl

This one's for you... The Yotes Diva

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