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Coyotes Tracks - August 16, 2012 - Still Pretty Serious Business

Ryan Miller and Gary Bettman during happier times. (Photo by Andy Marlin/Getty Images for the NHL)
Ryan Miller and Gary Bettman during happier times. (Photo by Andy Marlin/Getty Images for the NHL)
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It was only a couple of days ago that both NHL and NHLPA were reportedly not too far apart on negotiations and very optimistic about starting the season on time. But as it stands, we may be looking at a later start date for this years NHL action.

Links after the jump...

Coyotes News

A Look Back: Phoenix Coyotes Home Opener: Old Jets vs. New Jets : Phoenix Coyotes
Jaime Eisner reflects on one of the most exciting games in Phoenix Coyotes history

Countdown To Coyotes Preseason: 40 Days - Five For Howling
Day 40 in the Countdown to Coyotes Preseason. Jaime looks at goaltending prospect, Mark Visentin

Breaking Down A Western Conference Prediction - Five For Howling
Carl breaks down Hockey Writers' Western Conference prediction for this season and also educates us on the finer points of 'Band-Aids'

NHL Rumors: '99 Percent Chance' That Shane Doan Re-Signs With Coyotes? : Phoenix Coyotes
Report that Captain Coyote is almost here to stay

Pirates News

Portland planners deny Civic Center abutter's request to rescind approval of $33M renovation project | Sun Journal
An update on a link used in yesterday's Coyotes Tracks concerning Portland Pirates' home, Civic Center.

News From Around the Hockey World

Wayne Simmonds signs 6-year contract extension with Philadelphia Flyers - Broad Street Hockey
Wayne Simmonds has reportedly signed a six-year contract extension with the Philadelphia Flyers

Gary Bettman says 'wide gap' remains in NHL labour talks with union - The Hockey News
"There's still a wide gap between us with not much time to go," Gary Bettman

NHLer CBA-related tweets - The Hockey News
The NHL players sound off on CBA via Twitter

Flames invite forward Begin to training camp
Just like the title says, veteran Steve Begin has been invited to the Calgary Flames' training camp

The Final Howl

NHL great praises Australian hopefuls
San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson's take on a truly "non-traditional" hockey market, Australia