June 9, 2012; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur (30) makes a save on a breakaway by Los Angeles Kings center Jarret Stoll (28) during the second period of game five of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals at the Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE
Tonight the Stanley Cup Final series is back in the City of Angels. The Kings can win the Cup, while Martin Brodeur and his Devils can force a Game 7 with a win. For the first time in weeks an NHL playoff contest isn't up against an NBA playoff game. The action starts at 5p.m. MST on NBC. In today's Tracks we have an interesting set of Coyotes related stuff, Brad Stuart's rights being traded to a divisional rival, and no Final Howl.
Links after the jump...
Longest Dream Ever….. Pinch Me. OW. - Yotesgurl Presents…..
AJ reviews the season like only she can...with caps lock and photos.
Glendale destroyed trust with rushed vote - The Arizona Republic
The Editorial Board at the Republic isn't with the speed of Glendale's vote.
Bill eyes definition of who is lobbyist - The Arizona Republic
Representative Justin Olson's bill will exempt groups like GWI from following state laws on lobbying.
Name change coming for the Coyotes? - Fox Sports Arizona
It has been clear for at least 18 months the name change was coming as part of a new lease agreement.
06/10/2012 - Doan's Skittles Stick Video - NHL VideoCenter - Phoenix Coyotes
The background on the Captain's Skittles Stick.
News From Around the Hockey World
What To Expect When You're Expecting (a Brad Stuart signing) - Fear The Fin
One would expect Stuart to sign with the Sharks.
2012 Stanley Cup Finals, Game 6 Preview: New Jersey Devils at Los Angeles Kings - In Lou We Trust
A preview of tonight's contest from the Jersey P.O.V.
Los Angeles Kings' Stanley Cup momentum got thrown under a bus - latimes.com
According to Drew Doughty, the Kings may have been distracted the last time the two teams played in LA.
Zach Parise Files: Is "The Great Hope" a Package Deal with Ryan Suter? - Hockey Wilderness
It's NHL rumors time again with the draft and free agency right around the corner.
Georges Laraque is planning an NHL Comeback - Backhand Shelf - theScore.com
If the guy wasn't personable this wouldn't even make the back page of sport sections in Canada.
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