Coyotes notes: Outdoor game coming to Valley? - Fox Sports Arizona
Craig Morgan intimates a game in 2015 is possible.
Coyotes’ Doan, Morris, Korpikoski won’t play Tuesday | ProHockeyTalk
There's a chance Zbynek Michalek could be back, though.
Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Zbynek Michalek could return to ice Tuesday -- azcentral.com
Speaking of his possible return....
Monday Morning Musings: Western Canada week - Five For Howling
A look back at an interesting week in Coyotes hockey with thoughts and observations from Managing Editor Jaime Eisner.
New NHL TV deal could be a ‘grand slam’ for the Coyotes - The Globe and Mail
Thanks to the $5.2-billion exclusive rights deal with Rogers that begins next season, every team will have more money to work with
News From Around the Hockey World
NHL Recap - New York Islanders at Anaheim Ducks - Dec 09, 2013 - CBSSports.com
Corey Perry scored two goals and captain Ryan Getzlaf extended his point streak to 12 games in the Anaheim Ducks' 5-2 victory over the spiraling New York Islanders on Monday night.
Lack Earns First Career Shutout in 2-0 Win Over Hurricanes - Nucks Misconduct
Because that's all you really need to know about Monday night's win.
Flyers vs. Senators recap: Seesaw game ends in shootout loss - Broad Street Hockey
And the Broad street Hockey writers are sick of it.
James Neal suspended five games for kneeing Brad Marchand in head - CBSSports.com
Penguins forward James Neal was suspended five games Monday for kneeing Brad Marchand in the head, the max allowed for a phone hearing.
The Character Assassination of Brooks Orpik | The Hockey Writers
The reality is that Brooks Orpik is not a fighter. He’s a defenseman who checks opponents hard. I fail to see why that's a problem in today’s game.
Penalty plus/minus: Which NHL forwards are helping, hurting teams most? - Puck Daddy
You can probably guess which Coyote has been naughty and which one has been nice.
Bruins coach admits Thornton crossed the line, slams Pens for not being ‘truthful’ | ProHockeyTalk
Claude Julien believes Brendan Shanahan faces a few tough calls.
Report: NHL salary cap to rise to upward of $71 million next season - CBSSports.com
The Board of Governors, meeting in California, received their projection for the salary cap next season and it's likely to be a big jump: somewhere around $71 million.
The Final Howl