Coyotes Tracks - July 23, 2012 - Still Leaning Forward

GLENDALE, AZ - MAY 07: Greg Jamison, former CEO of the San Jose Sharks, speaks at a press conference to discuss the potential purchase of the Phoenix Coyotes before the start of Game Five of the Western Conference Semifinals between the Phoenix Coyotes and the Nashville Predators during the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Arena on May 7, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

As of Monday morning, Coyotes fans continue to anxiously await word on two fronts. There is still no word about how close Greg Jamison is to officially buying the Desert Dogs franchise. Related is the news that Shane Doan may continue to visit other clubs as he assesses where he wants to sign this offs-eason. The longer the first issue drags out the more likely it impacts the second issue. In today's Tracks we've got links on possible future destinations for Doan visits, a look at the Pirates new enforcer, and a number of names Coyotes fans know well in the News Around the Hockey world World section.

Links after the jump...

Coyotes News

#Coyotes referendum organi ... - Twitter / LisaHalverstadt
Lisa tweeted excellent news last evening.

Red Wings hoping to meet with Shane Doan, as free-agent forward continues talking to teams -
Detroit hopes Doan adds them to his FA tour list. (s/t WIIM)

Doan’s agent is "pretty sure" his client will visit Pittsburgh - ProHockeyTalk
The Pens would be the third team on the tour.

Pirates News

Rechlicz brings missing element to the Pirates - Maine Hockey Journal
The new Pirates forward brings physical play.

News From Around the Hockey World

Chicago Blackhawks: Marian Hossa opens up about dark days following concussion -
Hossa talks about the aftermath of the hit he received from the Coyotes Raffi Torres.

NHL: Fehr gets next move in labor talks - BlueJackets Xtra
Thoughts on what the NHLPA head might propose.

So what actually happened with Daniel Winnik? - Fear The Fin
Did the Sharks choose Adam Burish over Winnink?

Dan Carcillo blames goaltending for Flyers’ 2010 Cup Final loss, has zero respect for Laviolette | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Car Bomb hasn't changed a bit.

How the Game is Played: Who is the Most Influential Person in the Post-Lockout Era? - The Peerless Prognosticator
You will likely be surprised by the Caps bloggers answer.

Does Dean Lombardi want to stand pat? - Jewels From The Crown
Niesy from JFTC tries to get inside the head of the Kings GM.

For Nashville Predators, clock is ticking on Shea Weber - The Tennessean
Will the Preds match the Flyers offer this week and if they don't will it spell trouble for hockey in Smashville.

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