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Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - Hockey is Back

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We've waited all summer, and finally it arrived. Last night the NHL season opened with three contests. Results and more in today's edition of the Tracks.

Jonathan Daniel

Coyotes News

Taking a look at the 2013-14 Phoenix Coyotes - ArizonaSports.com
Tell your families you'll see them in late June.

Fox Sports Arizona to televise Phoenix Coyotes games while contract talks continue - Phoenix Business Journal
A stopgap measure, but it beats not having them on TV at all.

Lauri Korpikoski joins Phoenix Coyotes’ 2nd line, looking to create magic - azcentral.com
With Max Domi sent back to juniors and no pickups on the waiver wire, it appears that the Korpedo will begin the year paired with Radim Vrbata and Martin Hanzal.

Pirates News

'It's going to hurt': Loss of Pirates will be felt in Portland | The Forecaster
Sounds like both sides share blame in this.

Gladiators News

First Four Assigned From AHL - Gwinnett Gladiators
Notables include goaltender Chris Rawlings and defenseman Justin Weller.

Manchester Phoenix News

Phoenix juggernaut spooks the Phantoms - The Bolton News
Here's hoping the other Phoenix team gets a similar result.

News From Around the Hockey World

Capitals vs. Blackhawks: Grabovski's Hatty Not Quite Enough - Japers' Rink
Some good and some... not so good in the season opener.

Leafs Beat Habs 4-3 At The Boo-Hoo Center - Pension Plan Puppets
The buds open the year on the right foot!

Instant Recap: Frolik, Scheifele, Trouba Take Off in 5-4 Jets Win - Arctic Ice Hockey
Jets' newcomers Michael Frolik, Mark Scheifele, and Jacob Trouba all played very strong games en route to a 5-4 comeback win against the Edmonton Oilers.

Protest? Are You Kidding Me? Really? - St. Louis Game Time
Yes, there apparently is someone. And, like several dumb ideas of times past and times yet to come, they need to be mocked.

Kessel, Leafs agree to 8 year extension - Pension Plan Puppets
He'll make quite a bit of money as a Leaf.

Hal Gill signed to one-year, $700,000 deal with Flyers - Broad Street Hockey
Hal Gill was a long shot to make the team, but he's here for the duration of the season.

VIDEO: George Parros stretchered off after face-first fall to ice in fight - CBSSports.com
He's okay, but its a scary video nonetheless.

The Final Howl

The Best Slogans for Teemu Selanne's Farewell Tour - The Triangle Blog - Grantland