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Coyote Tracks - September 28, 2010 - Links Now, Flames Later

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I don't care, I'll just lay down and still pass this out of here...
I don't care, I'll just lay down and still pass this out of here...

There's a lot going on today with a game against the Flames in Calgary tonight. I'll be posting the season preview for all to see later today as well so there's that to look forward to. The battles will be getting intense now especially on defense and at the Center spot so both these upcoming games are going to be important for guys but none more so than Kyle Turris, Mikkel Boedker and Viktor Tikhonov. It sounds as though some veteran guys might not be pulling their weight though and allowing some of the youngesters to sneak in... with that, to the links.

Phoenix Coyotes coach Dave Tippett challenging players in final preseason games
Notes: The message from the coach to the 28 players in training camp is this: Pick up the intensity because there are guys who want your jobs.

Early Calder candidates abound at every position - 2010-2011 Season Preview
With all the young talent entering the NHL, the race for the Calder Trophy becomes more tightly contested every year. Oliver Ekman-Larsson makes an appearance on this list.

Phoenix Coyotes fans get beer line Bypass - Phoenix Business Journal
Important to everyone, fans at arena can now order from their phones and pay through them to. That means they just have to walk up and their order is ready. pretty sweet.

30 Teams in 30 Days: Phoenix Coyotes's 30 teams in 30 days tour continues and the Phoenix Coyotes are up next. Get the lowdown on their off-season and the issues they face this season. We're 8th overall. NICE! They're just making up for that 30th pick from last year though.

Flames Today: 27.09.10 - Calgary Flames - News
Just some notes on our opponent tonight; Backlund, Conroy, Moss and Stajan discuss injuries & the race for roster spots