April 23, 2012; Chicago, IL, USA; Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Michal Rozsival (32) skates with the puck against the Chicago Blackhawks during the second period in game six of the 2012 Western Conference quarterfinals at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Rob Grabowski-US PRESSWIRE
Today could be a very momentous day in Phoenix Coyotes history, as Glendale will have both a workshop and an executive session to discuss some modifications to the lease agreement with Greg Jamison. If anything important happens, we will report it here.
Anyways, here's today's assortment of hockey links, including news about now ex-Coyote Michal Rozsival and the KHL's plans for a lockout. Links after the jump...
azcentral.com blogs - Westside Insider - Glendale city manager optimistic about Coyotes deal
Interim city manager Horatio Skeete seems to believe changes could be approved as early as this morning. Don't hold your breath on that one...
Tribe could enter picture in Phoenix Coyotes deal - Phoenix Business Journal
The Tohono O'odham Nation could potentially be part of the Greg Jamison deal. Or they could not be. Nobody really knows.
Countdown To Coyotes Preseason: 13 Days - Five For Howling
Taking a look at the lucky number 13 in relation to the Phoenix Coyotes.
The Spotlight Is On... Coyotes Prospects Who Could Make the Jump: Defensemen - Five For Howling
Which Phoenix Coyotes' defensive prospects are most likely to make the NHL roster in 2012-13? This week's edition of The Spotlight is On... tries to answer that question.
News From Around the Hockey World
Report: NHL, NHLPA "likely to get together" on Wednesday | ProHockeyTalk
It's "possible" that players have a new offer.
Chicago Blackhawks sign Michal Rozsival to one-year contract - ESPN Chicago
Rozsival signs with the team he helped bounce out of the first round of the Western Conference Quarterfinals last year.
Wait What? Actual News? A Signing? What Do We Do Now? - Second City Hockey
Second City Hockey's reaction to the Rozsival signing.
Here are KHL’s guidelines for signing locked-out NHL players; mandatory Stanley Cup finalist? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
The KHL has some pretty interesting rules regarding the signing of locked-out players.
Historic Evolution for Russian Hockey League - NYTimes.com
By adding a franchise in Prague, the Kontinental Hockey League aims to expand its global footprint and attract talent from the N.H.L.
Video Game Reviews | NHL 13 | RotoRob
This may be the only hockey we get for a while.
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