April 17, 2012; Chicago, IL, USA; Phoenix Coyotes right wing Shane Doan (19) before game three of the 2012 Western Conference quarterfinals against the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Rob Grabowski-US PRESSWIRE
With only 19 days left to the start of the preseason, assuming there isn't a lockout, we are using today as an opportunity to celebrate the man who has played more games in a Coyotes uniform than anyone else. We'll have a several posts referencing the Alberta native today on the site.
Yesterday, like many a day this offseason, we had a paucity of links Today, that is not the case. We've got plenty of reading/viewing material for you including 19 Shane Doan video links in The Final Howl.
Links after the jump...
Coyotes Sign Lucas Lessio To Entry-Level Contract - Five For Howling
The Phoenix Coyotes have signed forward Lucas Lessio to an entry level contract.
The Spotlight is On: Coyotes Prospects Who Could Make the Jump: Forwards - Five For Howling
Brendan takes a look at which prospects might find their way to Phoenix this coming season.
Countdown to Coyotes Preseason: 20 Days - Five For Howling
Jaimes looks at newly signed 20-year old Jordan Martinook.
Hope, worry on collision course for Coyotes - Fox Sports Arizona
Jamison, Glendale, Coyotes, Doan hurtling toward unknown fate as Sept. 15 expiration date nears.
Phoenix Coyotes hire Scottsdale's Anderson Advertising - Phoenix Business Journal
The locals are going to have a hard to beating last year's "Hockey The Hard Way" slogan.
Source says Phoenix Coyotes suitor Greg Jamison secures financing - ESPN
Scott Burnside is reporting that sources have told ESPN that Jamison has the funding. Pretty sure this was already news last week.
Gladiators schedule preseason game at IceForum - Gwinnett Daily Post
The glads have announced their preseason plans.
News From Around the Hockey World
The Fan of La Mancha OR Enough Bickering Over the Protests - Five For Howling
Our fearless leader delivers a rant on the boycott vs.boycotts won't work talk.
Gabriel Landeskog Named 4th Captain of the Avalanche - Mile High Hockey
He is also the youngest permanent captain ever.
Introducing Gabriel Landeskog, the youngest (permanent) captain in NHL history - Backhand Shelf
Justin Bourne weighs in on the captain debate.
KHL to provide home for NHLers for duration of potential lockout - Puck Daddy
The KHL appears to be cracking open their doors to potential lockout refugees.
NHL CBA 2012: How can the league, as a whole, be losing money? - On the Forecheck
Dirk from OTF asks a timely question.
CBA talk: Moving the start of free agency - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
Pierre LeBrun on an interesting proposal for free agency.
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