Coyotes Tracks - June 4, 2012 - Devils Last Stand?

NEWARK, NJ - MAY 30: Willie Mitchell #33 of the Los Angeles Kings, Dwight King #74 of the Los Angeles Kings, Alexei Ponikarovsky #12 of the New Jersey Devils and Travis Zajac #19 of the New Jersey Devils skate during Game One of the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Final at the Prudential Center on May 30, 2012 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

The Stanley Cup Final switches coasts tonight. The Kings return home up 2-0 in the series. In all likelihood a Devils loss tonight will mean the series is over. In addition to the series switching coasts, it also switches TV networks. Game 3 (as well as Game 4 ) will be broadcast on the NBC Sports Network.

Also on television this evening is Fox Sports Arizona's review of the Coyotes season. Click here for a preview of the show. Both the Stanley Cup Final game and Coyotes Season in Review broadcasts begin at 5 p.m. MST. However, there is good news if you don't have a DVR. The Fox Sports Arizona program is being broadcast again at 10:30 p.m. MST as well.

Links after the jump...

Coyotes News

Glendale looks at Coyotes arena payments to Jamison - Phoenix Business Journal
The end game appears to be upon us.

News From Around the Hockey World

Tim Thomas to Take 2012-13 NHL Season Off - Stanley Cup of Chowder
This might make the White House flap look like nothing in the long run.

Los Angeles Kings suddenly are in the buzz biz -
Includes several quotes from Niesy from our sister site Jewels From The Crown.

Kings, Fox Sports reach agreement on $250-million TV deal -
The Time Warner Cable deal with the Lakers helped the Kings drive up the price.

Fire & Ice - Devils believe Game 3 win would turn Stanley Cup Finals in their favor; Brent helps brother, Darryl
Better than thinking you are going to lose.

Kings not relaxed with 2-0 series lead - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
Los Angeles doesn't sound overconfident. Bad news for New Jersey.

New York Rangers Rumors: Rangers Interested In Alexander Radulov - Blueshirt Banter
Would Glen Sather trade assets in order to be able to negotiate with a guy who bolted to the KHL once before and who has a large KHL offer on the table?

NHL Depth Charts - The Goalie Guild
The Goalie's Guild's goalie depth charts for every NHL team.

In Hockey Enforcer’s Descent, Easy Access to Prescriptions -
The article raises a bunch of issues about medical care in the NHL.

The Final Howl

Stanley Cup Ratings Drop Nothing To Do With Players Being 'Too Nice' -
SB Nation's newest hockey hire, Steve Lepore, gives his take on hockey TV ratings.

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