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The Coyotes win their third in a row on the same day Pacific Division rival Anaheim relives the past.

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Coyotes News

Phoenix Coyotes @ Carolina Hurricanes Recap: Canes Get Klinkhammered - Five For Howling
Rob Klinkhammer notches the first multi-goal game of his NHL career as the Coyotes down the Hurricanes 5-3 in a Sunday matinee game.

Coyotes Take A Bite Out Of Carolina, 5-3 - Canes Country
Canes start slow while Phoenix wins third straight - Muller says Canes had "too many passengers"

Coyotes’ Halpern, Stars’ Mueller on waivers | ProHockeyTalk
Phoenix had to make this move after signing the 37-year-old forward from Europe.

Gladiators News

Gwinnett Daily Post | Southern, Gladiators beat Greenville soundly in exhibition
Dirk Southern set up three goals, rookie Josh Currie lit the lamp twice and the Gwinnett Gladiators beat Greenville 4-1 in their only home exhibition game Sunday at the cozy IceForum in Duluth.

News From Around the Hockey World

Execution continues to plague Senators in 4-1 loss to Mighty Ducks - Silver Seven
One step forward, one shot in the foot.

Yakupov ‘not happy’ about being a healthy scratch | ProHockeyTalk
"I’m going to play my game."

Don Cherry on Tomas Hertl goal controversy: He didn’t know any better as Czech player | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
There’s been a seemingly endless stream of opinions about Tomas Hertl’s spectacular goal against the New York Rangers, embarrassing goalie Marty Biron on his fourth goal of the game.

Hertl takes ‘maintenance day’ after big collision | ProHockeyTalk
Burns and Burish were also absent.

Brad Richards feels like himself again | ProHockeyTalk
His comeback has been overshadowed by the New York Rangers' struggles.

The five most surprising teams of the season’s first two weeks | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
It's important not to read too much into the early part of the NHL schedule.

Los Angeles Kings vs. Florida Panthers - Recap - October 13, 2013 - ESPN
Ben Scrivens made 20 saves to record his third career shutout, and the Los Angeles Kings beat the Florida Panthers 3-0 on Sunday.

Roy: Avalanche asking league, ‘Why not us?’ | ProHockeyTalk
Colorado doesn't see why they can't be competitive this season.

The Final Howl

Photos: Ducks celebrate the Mighty days | ProHockeyTalk