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Coyotes Tracks - August 31, 2012 - Schedules

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Yesterday the NHL released their national T.V. schedules for the U.S. and Canada. Of course, the question being asked is whether those games will actually be televised. The Arizona Sundogs also released their season schedule on Thursday.

We hope our readers have a fun 3 day holiday weekend.

Links after the jump...

Coyotes News

Coyotes to Play Four Nationally Televised Games on NBC Sports Network in 2012-13 - Phoenix Coyotes - News
In addition to the 4 NBCSN games, the Yotes will be on the NHL Network once.

Phoenix Coyotes Hope To Avoid Becoming Deserted Dogs -
A look at the moves the Yotes have made so far this off-season and potential problems that may lie ahead.

Trending Topics: Can we just move the Coyotes? - Puck Daddy
Ryan Lambert wants this saga over and says move the team to Quebec.

Countdown to Coyotes Preseason: 25 Days - Five For Howling
Taking a gander at Davis Moss.

Sundogs News

CHL releases 2012-13 season schedule - The Prescott Daily Courier - Prescott, Arizona
If there is a lockout there will still be hockey in Arizona this Fall.

News From Around the Hockey World

NHL TV Schedule: Despite Lockout Fears, League Announces National Coverage -
Check out all of the TV schedules by network.

Oilers and Eberle Agree to a Six-Year Extension - The Copper & Blue
The Oilers locked up another one of their youngsters yesterday.

The Inevitable Is Coming, But I Don't Have To Like It - Winging It In Motown
Could on ice success be a thing of the past in the upcoming seasons for the Red Wings?

The Potential On-Ice Impact Of Jaromir Jagr & Ray Whitney - Defending Big D
Could the old guys help Jamie Benn?

Agent: Penguins' Crosby will consider Europe if no NHL season - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Sidney Crosby could be heading to Russia if lockout happens.

Pegula's Downtown Rink Gets City Approval - WGR 550 SportsRadio
Buffalo Sabres' owner gets the OK from the city to build two amateur hockey rinks

The Final Howl

The Stanley Cup comes to Scottsdale - blogs - Sarah McLellan