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Coyotes Tracks - August 17, 2011 - Tippett Coaching Youngsters

The NHL Research and Development Camp starts today.  Coyotes head coach Dave Tippett is in charge of one of the squads involved, while Penguins coach Dan Bylsma will lead the other team.

News From Around the Hockey World

Return of RDO camp allows League to experiment -
The full schedule and plans for RDO camp.

Redefining the New Panthers: Scottie Upshall - Litter Box Cats
SB Nation's Panthers blog take a look at one of Florida's many new acquisitions, former Coyote Scottie Upshall.

Want A Job In NHL Management? Play Professionally. - The Copper & Blue
What do the majority of GM's have in common? They played in the NHL.

More links after the jump...

The Anti-Thrashers: Predators continue to thrive in Nashville, showing hockey can succeed down south - NHL- NBC Sports
Hockey can succeed anywhere when given a decent chance.

Dan Carcillo on Philly media: "It's ridiculous" - Broad Street Hockey
Former Coyote and Flyer Dan Carcillo apparently isn't a fan of the Philly media.

I'm Done With Fighting - The LeafsNation
Chemmy comes out against donneybrooks in the NHL.

Rick Rypien and the crisis of faith on hockey fighting - Puck Daddy - NHL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Greg Wyshynski weighs in on the fighting debate.

The Hansons could score -
Tyler Dellow takes a slightly different look at the fighting in hockey debate.

Scotty Hockey: Musings on MSG's Renovation
Scotty's concerns about how the renovations will affect hardcore Rangers fans.

NHL 'Looking into' Re-Rerunning of Islanders 9-3 Win over Penguins, Other Blowouts not to be Enjoyed - Lighthouse Hockey
Satire from Dominik on the game that just won't seem to go away.

The Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: Rejected ideas from the NHL's research and development camp


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