Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - much needed win

Derek Leung

The Phoenix Coyotes got a much needed win in Edmonton last night. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

Coyotes News

Phoenix Coyotes @ Edmonton Oilers recap: Cardiac Coyotes strike again - Five For Howling
The Phoenix Coyotes clung to a 4-3 victory in Edmonton Friday night.

Coyotes hold off Oilers for much-needed win -
Phoenix combined good puck luck with solid offensive positioning.

Too Little Too Late - The Copper & Blue
Oilers lose to the Coyotes 4-3 but put up a decent effort to come back in the game.

Oliver Ekman-Larsson highlights Phoenix Coyotes class of 2009 - Hockey's Future
Chris Brown and Jordan Szwarz round out the draft picks who have seen NHL time from this class.

Revenue from Coyotes less than expected for Glendale -
Free parking options in Westgate are largely to blame for the shortfall.

Pirates News

Pirates lose fifth straight | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Portland plays better but falls in a shootout.

Sundogs News

Quick start carries Sundogs past Cutthroats - The Prescott Daily Courier
Arizona has now won seven of its past ten games since December 28.

Arizona College Hockey

#15 Arizona Routs SDSU 10-3 | Arizona Wildcat Hockey
The Wildcats beat up San Diego State.

News From Around the Hockey World

Flames vs. Predators Recap: Bouma. Backlund. Brodie. Bonahan? - Matchsticks and Gasoline
The Flames took a night away from former first rounder and now four-goal-scorer Eric Nystrom. Coming back from a 4-2 deficit, goals from key young players propelled them to a 5-4 shootout win.

Avs Eek a Win Out Over Panthers - Mile High Hockey
The Avs hang on to a lead through a raucous third period.

Playing Outdoors is not a First Time for these Ducks - Anaheim Calling
Taking a look at the Anaheim Ducks who have participated in previous NHL outdoor games.

Winter Classic will not set attendance record, per report -
It looks like weather is going to prevent the NHL from setting an attendance record at the Winter Classic.

Oilers’ Jones: ‘The players lose yet coaches, management take the blame’ | ProHockeyTalk
Always seem to have an answer off the ice.

Do in-season NHL coaching changes work? -
There are always a couple of coaches sitting on the edge in the NHL, but sometimes those coaches are unfairly maligned, and their replacements do even worse. Let's take a look back at some recent examples of good, and bad, coaching decisions.

CBC Sports - Rick Nash finds scoring touch after getting Team Canada nod
For the most part, the Team Canada roster looks solid.

It's time to rant about the Montreal Canadiens - Eyes On The Prize
Watching the Canadiens post disappointing efforts night in and night out can take its toll on a Habs fan's sanity, and sometimes you just need to let it all out.

The Final Howl

The Justin Bieber vs. Dallas Stars saga takes another dramatic turn -

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