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Coyotes Tracks - November 20, 2010 - Desert Dogs Strike Oil Late

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The Wizard salutes the crowd after being named the 1st star of the game.
The Wizard salutes the crowd after being named the 1st star of the game.

It wasn't pretty at times, but the Phoenix Coyotes, much as they did last season, found a way to get a shoot out win last night.  The unlikely hero was Eric Belanger who scored his first shootout goal ever to finish off the Oilers.  The Dogs now move on to British Columbia to take on the Canucks on Sunday night.  Sunday's game will be the final game of their Canadian road trip.

 

Oilers vs. Coyotes Post Game News

Coyotes vs. Oilers - 11/19/2010 - Phoenix Coyotes - Recap
The Official Team Site's game recap.

Oilers Lose To Coyotes In Shootout But It Feels Like A Win - The Copper & Blue
It takes very little satisfy Oilers fans these days.

20 seconds? No sweat. | The Good, The Bad, The Coyotes
Yotesgurl's game recap.

Coyotes beat Oilers 4-3 in shootout
Joanne Ireland's game recap for the Edmonton Journal.

 

More links after the jump...

Rampage News

Rampage pepper Admirals
Like their parent club the Rampage came back to win a game in a shoot out last night.

 

Sundogs News

'Dogs Win Second Straight, Extend Points Streak to Four Games: Official Site of the Arizona Sundogs
The Sundogs have turned things around.

Arizona Claims Defenseman Laurysen off Waivers: Official Site of the Arizona Sundogs
Soon the Sundogs are going to have a completely new roster than the one they started the season with.

 

News From Around the Hockey World

Arizona Youth Hockey Is Trying To Catch Up - The Copper & Blue
Derek Zona in the state of youth hockey development in the Grand Canyon State.

Will Steven Stamkos be the NHL's next 50-in-50 player? - Puck Daddy - NHL  - Yahoo! Sports
Right now he might be the most exciting player in the league.

Duthie: Going 1-on-1 with the Flyers' Mike Richards: TSN
Excellent interview by Duthie (s/t to Travis Hughes at Broad Street Hockey).

 

Pat Burns R.I.P.

Pat Burns, Stanley Cup winner, dies at 58 - NHL.com - News
NHL.com's recap of Burn's coaching career.

Remembering Pat Burns - Pension Plan Puppets
A excellent tribute to a great coach.

Reactions: Hockey world, fans mourn death of Pat Burns | Posted Sports | National Post
More on the passing of a legend.

 

The Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: A look inside Colin Campbell's inbox - Toronto Maple Leafs Blog - Humor. Commentary. Despair.
You knew this was coming.

 

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