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Coyotes Tracks - October 4, 2012 - Waiting For The Hammer To Drop

While awaiting the inevitable news of regular season game cancellations from the NHL, check out the links we have today on who is starting to find places to play outside practices at the Ice Den. In addition, we have news from Portland's training camp and a double shot in today's Final Howl.

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Coyotes News

Coyotes Playing In Quebec? - Five For Howling
Paul Bissonnette and Antoine Vermette will be heading up to Quebec to play games during the lockout.

Lauri Korpikoski to play in SM-Liiga - Five For Howling
Another Coyote heads to Europe.

Just Can’t Let It Go, Mayor? - Nebulous Verbosity
Some thugs went to the City of Glendale Council workshop on Tuesday.

Joyce Clark On Roc And Manuch - AM1060 AZSportsTalk.com
Joyce talked with Roc and Manuch about the latest lease details between the City Of Glendale and Greg Jamison.

Glendale council meets to discuss Phoenix Coyotes deal - AZ Central
Despite slightly more favorable conditions the same people are still against the deal.

Pirates News

Pirates' rookie acting like a vet - The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
An article on Brandon Gormley with notes on a couple of guys getting sent down to Gwinnett.

10/02/2012 - Pirates Profile: Gormley Video - NHL VideoCenter - Phoenix Coyotes
Speaking of the aforementioned Mr. Gormley.

Szwarz healthy and ready for season - Maine Hockey Journal
Forward prospect Jordan Swarz is finally healthy going into this season.

AHL veterans paying a price for NHL lockout - Maine Hockey Journal
In the Coyotes case its also the number of young prospects the team has.

News From Around the Hockey World

What happened to KHL on ESPN3′s big debut? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Interesting note at the bottom of the article about other TV networks in North America picking up KHL games.

The Final Howl

An Apology For The Coyotes' Connection To Justin Bieber - Five For Howling

The discarded out-takes from the NHLPA's message to fans - Down Goes Brown