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Coyotes Tracks - October 6, 2012 - Returning to Roots

The big news for Arizona hockey fans is the return of David Schlemko to Prescott Valley to play with the CHL Sundogs during the lockout. Other than that, there's not a whole lot of news from within the Coyotes organization. Today's assortment of links features some Coyotes' players reactions to the cancellation of part of the regular season, an unannounced meeting between the NHL and NHLPA, and also some Coyotes fans saying things they never thought they'd say in their lifetimes.

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Coyotes News

Cancellation of NHL games not surprising to Coyotes players - AZCentral
Nor sadly anyone else.

Pirates News

Sports Digest | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Mike Lee and Maxime Villemaire were both sent down to Gwinnett today.

Gladiators News

Marietta native Doug Jones helps Gladiators win preseason opener | WXIA 11 Atlanta
Louis Domingue was excellent in his debut.

Museum wins big in Warriors' exhibition | The Greenville News |
It wasn't just a preseason game for the Gladiators; it was hockey for a good cause.

Sundogs News

David Schlemko To Play For The Arizona Sundogs - Five For Howling
If you couldn't think of a reason to head up to Prescott Valley to take in a game, here's a pretty good one

Current Coyote, former CHL All-Star Schlemko rejoins Sundogs - The Prescott Daily Courier
More on Schlemko's return to the Central Hockey League.

News From Around the Hockey World

NHL players in Europe: Where are they playing during the 2012 NHL lockout? -
Where are your favorite NHL players playing during this NHL lockout? Here is a full list.

Seven Kontinental Hockey League games slated for ESPN3 in October - ESPN
ESPN2 will also be showing the first game of the seven.

NHL, union meet Friday, plan for more talks - ESPN
Could this be good news?

Shannon on NHL: Growing indifference -
This should be everyone's biggest concern.

Is divvying up a $3.35-billion hockey pie really that hard? - The Globe and Mail

Blues part ways with team president John Davidson - USA Today
John Davidson, who spent six years rebuilding the St. Louis Blues as president of hockey operations, is leaving the team.

The Final Howl

Things You Won't Hear Phoenix Coyotes Fans Saying - Five For Howling
Our awesome fans share thoughts that have never crossed their lips. Join in!