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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - Lockout May Come to An End, Bissonnette Scoring in U.K.

A meeting between deputy commissioner Bill Daly and NHLPA's Steve Fehr took place Saturday night, carrying over into early Sunday morning in secret to keep the media away. Something stuck as both parties agreed to meet again early this upcoming week. This is a major step in getting a deal done, but many have felt we were this close when news of the 50/50 revenue split broke; only time will tell. In Coyotes related news, the Gwinnett Gladiators took victory over the South Carolina Stingrays, winning their fourth game in a row. While in the U.K., Paul Bissonnette's newest team, the Cardiff Devils posted a win, with Biz scoring yet another goal. In addition, the Manchester Phoenix beat the Steeldogs. More info on all that below, plus a look at Hurricane Sandy in our Final Howl.

Al Bello

Lockout News

NHL, NHLPA scheduled to resume talks on Tuesday - ESPN
The NHL and NHLPA are tentatively scheduled to resume bargaining talks Tuesday in New York City, sources told's Pierre LeBrun.

Pirates News

Civic center renovation well into first phase | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Work on Portland Pirates' arena continues on as the Pirates begin to play more games at home.

Gladiators News

Gladiators Win 4th Straight with 3-2 Victory Over South Carolina | AccessNorthGa
Gwinnett wins their 4th game in a row.

Manchester Phoenix News

Phoenix vs Steeldogs - News - Manchester Phoenix
Score Box Summary of Sunday's game.

News From Around the Hockey World

ASU Hockey Makes it 28 in a Row Against UofA - House of Sparky
ASU has a perfect 13-0 record this season and will be playing Oakland Thursday night at home.

Curtis Joseph candid in talking about hockey and personal life - Sports - The Prince Albert Daily Herald
Former Coyotes goaltender, Curtis Joseph talks about his life in hockey, including his stay in Phoenix.

The Final Howl

Staten Island Hurricane Destruction - YouTube
Despite what you may think of the guy's on ice antics, Sean Avery is a stand up guy.