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Sunday's Coyotes Tracks - Ver-matinee hat trick

Vermy scores three, injury problems around the league and a full slate of recaps on today's Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Phoenix Coyotes vs Ottawa Senators Recap: Afternoon Verm-ite - Five For Howling
The Coyotes managed to come from behind to beat the Ottawa Senators in overtime thanks to an Antoine Vermette hat trick.

Antoine Vermette lifts Phoenix Coyotes past Ottawa Senators in OT -
Antoine Vermette completed a hat trick at 2:23 of overtime to give the Phoenix Coyotes a 4-3 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.

Phoenix Coyotes center Antoine Vermette masters language of leadership -
Leadership has always been a staple of Antoine Vermette's game, even if he had to overcome a language barrier to continue it at the professional ranks.

Pirates News

AHL: Pirates top Bruins in shootout | Sun Journal
Mark Visentin is coming around to shootouts this season.

Gladiators News

Stingrays edge Gladiators for second straight night | Gwinnett Daily Post
A Wayne Simpson snipe late in the second period stood up as the game-winner and despite a flurry of late chances, the Gwinnett Gladiators dropped a 3-2 decision Saturday night to South Carolina at North Charleston Coliseum.

Sundogs News

Sundogs defeat Thunder 5-4 | Wichita Eagle
The Arizona Sundogs jumped out to a 3-1 lead in the first period and the Wichita Thunder spent the rest of the game playing an unsuccessful game of catch-up in a 5-4 loss on Friday in Prescott Valley, Ariz.

News From Around the Hockey World

Tomas Hertl of San Jose Sharks likely out a month - ESPN
NHL rookie scoring leader Tomas Hertl will be out at least a month, if not longer, with a right knee injury, the San Jose Sharks confirmed Saturday.

Marian Gaborik of Columbus Blue Jackets breaks collarbone in first game back - ESPN
In his first game back after missing 17 games with a sprained left knee, Columbus Blue Jackets right wing Marian Gaborik has sustained a broken collarbone.

Steve Downie will miss next 7-10 days (Update: Lecavalier’s back) | ProHockeyTalk
He has an upper-body injury.

Watch hockey, flying Teddy Bears through eyes of AHL ref in awesome Go-Pro video | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
The Charlotte Checkers, the AHL affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes, had the genius move of putting a Go-Pro camera on the helmet of referee David Banfield, mic’ing him and linesman Paul Carnathan for a Dec. 7 game against Rockford.

Hall questions if refs changed call over jumbotron replay | ProHockeyTalk
Oilers coach Dallas Eakins also raised the issue with the officials.

Horvat Scores For Canada, Shinkaruk Cut - Nucks Misconduct
To many, the World Junior Hockey Championship is the best hockey out there. Fast and furious, rarely a dull moment as the kids show their stuff.

Video: Patrice Bergeron’s rare fight comes against Tyler Myers | ProHockeyTalk
A tall order, if you will.

Padding all the Leads. Penguins 4, Flames 3 - PensBurgh
Pittsburgh is running away with the Metropolitan Division.

Avalanche @ Kings Recap: Jones Moves to Eight for Eight, LA Wins 3-2 - Jewels From The Crown
Colorado comes back from a two-goal deficit to send the game to overtime. In the shootout, Jones shuts the door, and Anze Kopitar gets the only goal to earn the bonus point.

Capitals vs. Devils Recap: Blown Lead Sinks Caps - Japers' Rink
Washington loses in overtime despite holding a two-goal lead with 11 minutes left in the third period.

Flyers vs. Blue Jackets Recap: Similar story, but a different and less fun ending - Broad Street Hockey
The Flyers dropped a 6-3 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets. If you expected a repeat performance of Thursday night (complete with the win), you were sorely disappointed.

Bruins Outduel Sabres, Win 4-1 - Stanley Cup of Chowder
And all was right in the world again in Bean Town.

Recap - Anaheim Ducks 5 (EN), New York Islanders 3: Blown again. - Lighthouse Hockey
It's all more of the same as the New York Islanders took a fortuitous two-goal lead into the third period, which they let familiarly and steadily slip away for another regulation loss against the Anaheim Ducks.

Nashville Predators 3, Montreal Canadiens 4: Resurrection from a 3-0 Hole Foiled in OT - On the Forecheck
Things looked all but decided after the first period, but the Predators came back from the brink of embarrassment to force overtime, where they would eventually fall.

The Final Howl

VIDEO: US, Canadian women's national teams brawl again -