Given the Phoenix Coyotes odd training camp schedule in anticipation of their European Vacation that is up coming they will face off against the Kings in a double split squad contest. The games in Phoenix and Los Angeles will both start at 7:00pm Pacific Time. With 45 guys in the lineups so far it's likely that we'll see the next round of cuts/send-downs tomorrow morning so there's that.
Also, last night the great tech team here at SBNation rolled out some updates to our pages. Most of them are small things, but they are useful, here's the Big stuff: On the right hand side of the page there are now links to follow Five for Howling on Facebook, Twitter and a larger link for our RSS feed. If you aren't followinging us on your social media sites yet, we'd love it if you would. Also, some of the text has changed colors a bit in terms of posting date and names etc, but nothing major. Specific player pages look snappier so check those out. Finally they put in better "retweet" and "Like" buttons so if you do like our posts please do retweet to your friends and such. Not big changes, but just wanted to make you aware. And with that, to the links!
NHL 2010-11 Season Preview: Wrestling with Phoenix Coyotes - Puck Daddy - NHL - Yahoo! Sports
Puck Daddy continues his preview series of the NHL with our favorite team today. Spoiler alert: We get good grades. I'm sure he's expecting emails about being a Coyotes homer any moment.
Video: Ilya Bryzgalov, Phoenix's funny guy - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
ESPN.com's Camp Tour rolls on as Pierre LeBrun checked in with Ilya Bryzgalov in Phoenix ... and the Coyotes goalie stumps our roving reporter with questions about his season picks. HILARIOUS.
Kings Vision to Stream LAK-PHX Preseason Game - Los Angeles Kings - News
The Kings will be streaming tonight's game on LAKings.com so those of you not able to attend the game in Phoenix can still watch some hockey.
Remember Kyle Turris? The Coyotes do - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- There's a guy turning heads so far at camp for the Phoenix Coyotes and you may remember him: Kyle Turris.
The time wasn’t right for the NHL in Winnipeg — literally - Puck Daddy - NHL - Yahoo! Sports
Winnipeg wants a team, but can't get the times of games right on their printed tickets.
Not a full house | StarTribune.com
The longest active sellout streak in the NHL ended Wednesday night when the Wild failed to sell out the first home game in franchise history -- an exhibition game vs the Blues.