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Coyotes Tracks - October 2, 2012 - Wake Me When It's Over

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The majority of today's links are about the CBA stalemate between the NHL and the NHLPA. However, we do have a links about Coyotes, Pirates training camp and news of the KHL coming to a computer near you.

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Coyotes News

Tipping Our Hats to Dave Tippett - Five For Howling
Great piece from Ed on the Yotes outstanding bench boss.

NHL 2012-13 Campaign Preview: Phoenix Coyotes - Puck Daddy
Harrison Mooney's election style season preview and prediction.

Pirates News

Pirates Notebook: Scoring not enough for rookie -The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Paul Betit takes a look at rookie Brendan Shinnimin. It may not be enough, but he scored 2 goals in yesterday's scrimmage.

Miele surpassing all expectation - Maine Hockey Journal
Andy Miele got better as last season went on. After a summer of working on the details he's expected to improve even more this season.

News From Around the Hockey World

NHL landscape littered with landmines - CBC Sports
If you're looking for good news on the CBA front you might not want to read Elliotte Friedman's latest post.

Penguins’ Adams: We wanted to continue meeting - TribLIVE
More warm and fuzzy comments about the negotiations.

NHL lockout 2012: League could cancel regular season games beginning Wednesday, report says - SBNation.com
The good news keeps rolling in.

ESPN will broadcast KHL games while the NHL locks out Ovechkin, Malkin - Puck Daddy
Starting on Wednesday you'll be able to watch KHL games on online on ESPN3.

Wayne Gretzky believes NHL lockout will end by January - National Post
He also thought coaching would be a good idea.

NHL's Loss is AHL's Gain - The Hockey Writers
But will playing in the "A" really help the development of players like OEL?

The Final Howl

The Mighty Ducks Turns 20 This Week! - Russian Machine Never Breaks