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Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - it begins

The opening games of the 2014 Winter Olympics Men's Ice Hockey Tournament are today. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

Portland Pirates update: the burning questions

Chris Roy of the Maine Hockey Journal joins us for a six-pack of questions about the Coyotes' AHL affiliate, the Portland Pirates

Thursday's Coyotes Tracks - Triple OT Classic

Of interest to Coyotes fans, the City of Glendale finally released the names of its non-hockey bids to manage Jobing.com Arena. More on this and the Stanley Cup Final in today's edition of the Tracks.

Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - Let The Games Begin!

The Stanley Cup Final begins tonight. The links below include several previews and things to watch during the Finals from around the hockey world.

Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - Wings Win

In a battle of teams Coyotes fans love to hate, the Detroit Red Wings emerged with a surprise 2-1 series lead. More on that plus a smattering of Coyotes-related news in today's edition of the Tracks.

Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - Year is Canceled

Today's edition of the tracks includes Alexandre Bolduc turning heads, your daily assortment of lockout doom and gloom, a good history lesson on NHL labor relations, and a truly sick goal from the ranks of college hockey.

Coyotes Tracks - October 9th, 2012

Today's tracks include an update on Glendale's lease agreement with the NHL, the Portland Pirates last game of the preseason, and Wayne Simmonds beating the daylights out of a German Division II player.

Coyotes Tracks - October 13, 2012

We wish we could cover the opening night of the Phoenix Coyotes 2012-13 season. Instead we have links about the Coyotes minor league affiliates, some more NHL talent headed to the CHL, and what Gary Bettman's Facebook timeline would look like.

The Spotlight is On... Coyotes Players Who Could Make the Jump This Season: Goaltenders

Though the Phoenix Coyotes NHL tandem is set, there are plenty of available positions in the Coyotes organization for its goaltending prospects to make an impact. Today's edition of The Spotlight Is On... looks at the future in net for the Coyotes.

Ice Edge hoping to bring "Howlers" to Thunder Bay

Ice Edge Holdings, LLC partner Keith McCullough spoke to TBNewsWatch.com yesterday about the partnership's plans to bring AHL hockey to Thunder Bay, Ontario if the group successfully purchases the Phoenix Coyotes. The Coyotes' current affiliation with the San Antonio Rampage expires within the next two years and Ice Edge wants to purchase and relocate an existing AHL franchise to Thunder Bay. The fact that the move would create one of the most difficult commutes for prospect players who are called up or demoted (the distance of the trip is compounded by the necessity of passing through Toronto customs) doesn't seem to bother McCullough or his cronies. Personally, I think the real sticking point is the theoretical name of the new team - the Thunder Bay Howlers. Really? Considering that one of the definitions of "howler" is an extremely hilarious or ridiculous joke, Ice Edge may want to stay away from that name.

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