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Coyotes Tracks - June 4, 2012 - Devils Last Stand?

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The Stanley Cup Final switches coasts tonight. The Kings return home up 2-0 in the series. In all likelihood a Devils loss tonight will mean the series is over. In addition to the series switching coasts, it also switches TV networks. Game 3 (as well as Game 4 ) will be broadcast on the NBC Sports Network.

Also on television this evening is Fox Sports Arizona's review of the Coyotes season. Click here for a preview of the show. Both the Stanley Cup Final game and Coyotes Season in Review broadcasts begin at 5 p.m. MST. However, there is good news if you don't have a DVR. The Fox Sports Arizona program is being broadcast again at 10:30 p.m. MST as well.

Links after the jump...

Coyotes News

Glendale looks at Coyotes arena payments to Jamison - Phoenix Business Journal
The end game appears to be upon us.

News From Around the Hockey World

Tim Thomas to Take 2012-13 NHL Season Off - Stanley Cup of Chowder
This might make the White House flap look like nothing in the long run.

Los Angeles Kings suddenly are in the buzz biz -
Includes several quotes from Niesy from our sister site Jewels From The Crown.

Kings, Fox Sports reach agreement on $250-million TV deal -
The Time Warner Cable deal with the Lakers helped the Kings drive up the price.

Fire & Ice - Devils believe Game 3 win would turn Stanley Cup Finals in their favor; Brent helps brother, Darryl
Better than thinking you are going to lose.

Kings not relaxed with 2-0 series lead - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
Los Angeles doesn't sound overconfident. Bad news for New Jersey.

New York Rangers Rumors: Rangers Interested In Alexander Radulov - Blueshirt Banter
Would Glen Sather trade assets in order to be able to negotiate with a guy who bolted to the KHL once before and who has a large KHL offer on the table?

NHL Depth Charts - The Goalie Guild
The Goalie's Guild's goalie depth charts for every NHL team.

In Hockey Enforcer’s Descent, Easy Access to Prescriptions -
The article raises a bunch of issues about medical care in the NHL.

The Final Howl

Stanley Cup Ratings Drop Nothing To Do With Players Being 'Too Nice' -
SB Nation's newest hockey hire, Steve Lepore, gives his take on hockey TV ratings.

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