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Coyotes Tracks - June 14, 2011 - Bruins Standing Tall

What's this? Another whipping of the Canucks at the hands of the Bruins. In Coyotes news, the team has hired the defensive minded associate coach Jim Playfair to fill the void left by Ulf's departure.


Coyotes News

Coyotes Name Playfair as Associate Coach - Phoenix Coyotes - News
The Coyotes have signed Jim Playfair to a multi-year contract to serve as the team’s associate coach.

Playfair Welcomes Return to NHL - Phoenix Coyotes - Features
Dave Vest speaks to the Coyotes new associate coach.

Coyotes' newest coach has an entertaining past - ArizonaSports.com
Greg Esposito takes a look at Jim's entertaining past.

Miele Named College Hockey Player of the Year - Phoenix Coyotes - News
Coyotes prospect Andy Miele recently was named the College Hockey Player of the Year.

Desire to win not for faint of heart - Elliotte Friedman
Coyotes fans will be particularly interested in numbers 4 - 8 in this week's edition of 30 Thoughts.

 

More links after the jump...

 

News From Around the Hockey World

Canucks at Bruins - 06/13/2011 - NHL.com - Recap
The Boston Bruins took advantage of a first-period explosion, chasing goalie Roberto Luongo and posting four goals in what eventually turned into a 5-2 Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final rout of the Vancouver Canucks Monday night. The series now shifts to Vancouver for a decisive Game 7.

Game 6 SCF Report Card ; Faithfully - Nucks Misconduct
Game recap from a Canuck perspective.

Bruins even series with 5-2 win to force Game 7 - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Bruins and Canucks are heading to Game 7

Who fights in the playoffs? - Behind The Net
Who fights in the NHL playoffs? It's not the usual suspects...

Assorted Thoughts From Game Six - Houses of the Hockey
I could be wrong, but I think this has been the oddest Stanley Cup finals that I’ve ever watched

Amateur Hockey Culture By State - Puck Worlds
More interesting numbers on Arizona's hockey culture.

 

The Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: How to present the Stanley Cup
Gary Bettman has a difficult job...

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