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Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - NHL Season Still On Ice, While Things Heat Up In Glendale

Locked out and money hungry, the NHL and NHLPA will go back and try to hash out whatever it is that needs to be hashed out later this morning. It is being assumed that the the union will come to the table with a new proposal. While league wide fans hope for a season, fans in the desert hope for seasons to come. Having agreed to vote on the lease agreement with Greg Jamison, Glendale's elected officials may finally put this saga to rest come November 27. Good or bad, hockey fans in the Valley may know the fate of the Phoenix Coyotes a week from now.

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Coyotes News

Phoenix Coyotes Lease: A Vote Is Certain Even If Outcome Is Not - Five For Howling
The Glendale city council approved a vote of the renegotiated arena management agreement with prospective Phoenix Coyotes buyer Greg Jamison. The council is expected to vote on the agreement on November 27. The outcome of the vote is still uncertain.

Glendale officials spar over Phoenix Coyotes deal - AZCentral
Amother look back at Tuesday's events.

Goldwater still watching as Coyotes lease agreement goes before Glendale council | ProHockeyTalk
Always in the background, yet something tells me they won't stick their noses in this time around.

Lockout News

NHL lockout: NHLPA, league finding common ground -
Includes details on what smaller items both sides have agreed to so far.

NHL Lockout Creates Tax Residency Issue For Players - Forbes
The lockout presents a more practical problem for a lot of NHLers: where to file tax returns.

Next move by the union could be vital - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
A little movement on both sides could save the season.

Professor rips NHL for treating fans as ‘stupid’ - The Globe and Mail
It's baffling how both sides haven't seemed to acknowledge the seething anger that exists among the fanbase.

2012 NHL Lockout: When Mommy And Daddy Fight - Defending Big D
Last week Brandon Worley made his frustrations with the lockout known. This time its fellow DBD contributor Josh Lile's turn.

Pirates News

Pirates can’t handle Monarchs’ young guns | Maine Hockey Journal
Tyler Toffoli scores a hat trick to help sink Pirates' ship in a 5-1 victory for the Monarchs.

Monarchs' line reigns over Pirates, 5-1 | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
The Pirates go 0 for 10 on the power play and get blitzed by three Manchester forwards again.

GM Maloney offers AHL observations - AZCentral
Coyotes beat writer checks in with GM Don Maloney on the goings on in Portland.

Gladiators News

The Gwinnett Gladiators: Lost in the Mix Among Coyotes' Fans - Five For Howling
The Glads look to separate themselves from the rest of the ECHL in the standings while connecting with Coyotes fans.

Sundogs News

Dog Caller - Extended Road Trip Takes Toll on Arizona Sundogs - Five For Howling
After a dominating showing at home, the Sundogs faced a brutal road schedule and that tripped up Arizona's momentum.

Manchester Phoenix News

Manchester Phoenix TV 20/11/12 - YouTube
Manchester Phoenix's week in review.

News From Around the Hockey World

Meanwhile, Back at the Coliseum Ranch... - Lighthouse Hockey
Developer Bruce Ratner appears to be involved on both ends of the Isles arena situation.

Claude Giroux injury: Flyers forward to return to North America for tests - Broad Street Hockey
Could his head injury be worse than originally reported?

EA SPORTS NHL 13: Nov. 24 simulations - ESPN
Paul Bissonnette has already matched his goal total from last year according to EA Sports' season simulation.

The Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: A moment with the guy who has to answer the phone when Gary Bettman orders a pizza