Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - blockbuster back in Buffalo

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The first major trade of the Trade Deadline period occurred last night, when the St. Louis Blues acquired Ryan Miller from the Buffalo Sabres. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

Coyotes News

Phoenix Coyotes @ Colorado Avalanche recap: frustrating with a capital "F" - Five For Howling
After a tough loss north of the border, the Coyotes had to go right back to work a night later to find a way to get a victory. Unfortunately, some bad bounces and an odd penalty sequence stymied their efforts.

Phoenix Coyotes struggle in the third against the Colorado Avalanche -
The Coyotes allowed three goals in the third period as they fell 4-2 to the Colorado Avalanche on the road.

Avs muzzle Coyotes 4-2 - Mile High Hockey
The Avalanche took down the Coyotes in Denver with a great all around performance. Mostly because they refused to let Phoenix use their trap.

Brandon McMillan shows no rust in move to Phoenix Coyotes -
While most of the Coyotes were easing back into game mode Thursday after more than two weeks off, Coyotes winger Brandon McMillan didn’t have any rust to shake off.

NHL Trade Deadline: Danny Briere back to the desert? - Five For Howling
The NHL trade deadline is less than a week away. Could the former Coyote sparkplug be on the move from Montreal? And would he be a piece to provide value for the rest of the season for a Coyote playoff push?

Gladiators News

Gladiators overcome bad start to beat Everblades in third | Gwinnett Daily Post
Playing with their 12th goaltender of the season, one who arrived at the rink two hours before puck drop, the Gwinnett Gladiators made a miraculous third-period recovery to beat rival Florida 4-2 on Friday.

Sundogs News

Sundogs Drop Game to Americans, 6-3 - Prescott eNews
It's their sixth straight loss.

News From Around the Hockey World

Recap: Blues Fall to Ducks 1-0 - St. Louis Game Time
For the second time this road trip the Blues fall to the opposition 1-0. The team has failed to show the spark and motivation they had shown before the Olympic break.

Minnesota Wild beats Vancouver in lengthy shootout | Hockey | The Seattle Times
It took seven rounds, but Minnesota ultimately prevailed over Vancouver.

Sabres vs. Sharks Recap: Buffalo stuns San Jose 4-2 in emotional farewell game - Die By The Blade
Merely an hour after learning that the heart and soul of their team had been traded, the Buffalo Sabres managed to overcome their emotions and earn their first three game winning streak of the season.

Ryan Miller traded to Blues for Jaroslav Halak in 5-player deal -
The biggest deal of the NHL trade deadline is complete.

How much better are the Blues after trade for Ryan Miller? -
The Blues should be a better team after acquiring Ryan Miller. But how much better are they?

New York Rangers News: Rangers, Girardi Agree On New Six-Year Deal - Blueshirt Banter
The New York Rangers and Dan Girardi have agreed on a brand new six-year deal that will pay him $5.5 million over the term.

The Sedins-Burrows Futility Has Gone On Long Enough - Nucks Misconduct
The bottom line in Vancouver is not what Mike Gillis has or has not done. It's what the Sedins and Burrows have NOT done.

Edmonton Oilers trade rumors: Craig MacTavish continues the neverending rebuild -
Is this the year Edmonton makes a big deal at the deadline? Ales Hemsky's name is in the discussion, as usual, but what about one of the team's young stars?

What if Martin St. Louis weren’t Martin St. Louis? (Trending Topics) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Would the trade request that Marty made be handled differently if he were somebody else?

The Final Howl

Canucks accidentally tell a bunch of kids they won Heritage Classic tickets | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports Canada
Ouch. Ouch. Ouch.

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