Coyotes Tracks, September 26, 2012 - Both Sides To Talk Again

Brad Penner-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The NHL and NHLPA have finally decided to start talking again. According to various media reports they are set to talk again on Friday, however the subjects to be discussed are said to be minor issues as opposed to the revenue split. We have news on a former Coyotes prospect, a couple of links dealing with the team's current prospects, a cool goal highlight (actual hockey!!!), and more.

Coyotes News

The Phoenix Coyotes' Most Hated Team: Los Angeles Kings - Five For Howling
Jordan on why he believes the Kings are the Coyotes biggest rival.

No shortage of Phoenix Coyotes prospects to watch in 2012-2013 - Hockey's Future
The site's latest rankings. No surprise who they rank as the team's top prospect.

Open Gameday Memorial: Phoenix Coyotes NOT AT Anaheim Ducks - Anaheim Calling
We did not play against the Ducks yesterday.

Stu Hackel of SI.com Red Light On The Lockout And The Phoenix Coyotes - Howlin' Hockey
Jack Briggs believes the Yotes should eventually end up in Scottsdale.

Glendale special meeting to address budget issues - AZCentral.com
If you want to relive yesterday's budget meeting one tweet at a time. Yes, the Coyotes were a topic.

Pirates News

09/25/2012 - Portland Pirates Preview/Goalies Video - NHL VideoCenter - Phoenix Coyotes
Tyson Nash and the man in charge of the Pirates Brad Treliving preview the team's potential goalies for the upcoming season.

News From Around the Hockey World

NHL, union to resume talks for new CBA Friday - ESPN
The NHL and players' union will resume negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement Friday.

NHL, NHLPA have plenty to bicker over beyond the percentages - The Globe and Mail
Mirtle on likely topics for Friday's meeting.

Locked-out NHLers booted off the ice by Coach Marla - StarTribune.com
It's tough being an NHLer looking for some ice to skate on these days.

CBS Sports Network releases 2012 college hockey schedule - CBSSports.com
Another way to get your hockey fix if the lockout becomes a prolonged one.

Let's be clear: Oilers not going anywhere - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
Pierre LeBrun shoots down the crazy talk and discusses the next GM's meeting in relation to officiating.

Will a Lottery Be Used to Determine the 2013 NHL Entry Draft Order? - The Hockey Writers
If the Lockout lasts a full season will the league come up with a way to make next year's entry draft full of intrigue.

Cheverie Ready for Camp in Binghamton - The Goalie Guild
Justin Goldman interviews former Coyotes goalie prospect Marc Cheverie.

Nikolay Zherdev’s goal of the year candidate from KHL, with between the legs move (VIDEO) - Puck Daddy
They are playing hockey in Russia. So let's enjoy what highlights we get.

The Final Howl

Other ways that NHL teams are cutting costs during the lockout - Down Goes Brown

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