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Coyotes Tracks - June 10th, 2012 - We Are Going To Have A Game 6

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This is going to be a pretty short tracks post mostly because there wasn't a lot of big news in the hockey world yesterday, at least not much that I stumbled upon. Definitely the biggest one though, perhaps the only big one, was that the New Jersey Devils defeated our division rivals the LA Kings forcing a Game 6 in Los Angeles. This is important because its the first time the Kings have lost two games in a series and their first loss on the road. What this means for all of us is that there is going to be more playoff hockey, which everyone should be happy about, except probably Kings fans who would probably prefer that this was over with.

Anyway all the news we have today is down after the jump feel free to dive in and discuss your favorite stories.

Coyotes News

Nebulous Verbosity " Coyotes, Robots, Goldwater and the IRS
George Fallar tracks down the source of Thursday night's 'RoboCalls'.

News From Around the Hockey World

Devils’ off-season questions go beyond Brodeur, Parise | ProHockeyTalk
The Devils have a lot of free agents these next two summers. They are probably going to be a team to watch during the offseason.

Kings kept Dustin Brown on bench for Game 5′s final minutes | ProHockeyTalk
Brown's struggles highlighted in a simple, worrisome stat.

Devils' Zach Parise ends his goal-scoring drought in Game 5 win |
Andy Greene on win: 'It gives us another day'

Norfolk completes sweep to win Calder Cup - - AHL Update
Can't help but think about what would have happened if that Game 3 OT goal was disallowed.

Saturday’s Three Stars: Brodeur, Salvador lead Devils to Game 5 win | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
The three stars of the Stanley Cup Final Game 5. Its going to Game 6 in LA.

This may surprise you, but another LA affiliate botched a report on the Kings (VIDEO) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Is anyone really surprised by that they messed up again?

The Final Howls

Jonathan Quick | The Onion - America's Finest News Source
The Stanley Cup is usually about goaltending, and Los Angeles goalie Jonathan Quick has been playing at an almost supernaturally high level for the Kings.

Down Goes Brown: A New Jersey Devil's guide to coming back from a 3-0 series deficit

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