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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - The Colonel Earns Himself A New Deal

As expected, the Coyotes re-signed Rob Klinkhammer to a new deal yesterday. The wingers play after being recalled from Portland was one of the bright spots of the season. Across the pond, David Moss and Lauri Korpikoski are the only two members of the Coyotes contingent left at the IIHF World Championships after the quarterfinal round. Moss and Team USA face Switzerland in the semifinals, while Korpikoski and Team Finland face fellow tourney host Team Sweden in the other semi. Back in the States, there was plenty of action in the NHL games in Boston and L.A. last night and former Coyote Raffi Torres received another postseason Shanaban.

Christian Petersen

Coyotes News

Phoenix Coyotes Re-sign Rob Klinkhammer - Five For Howling
The Coyotes signed The Colonel to a two-year deal.

Moss, Korpikoski Advance to Semifinals at IIHF World Championship - Phoenix Coyotes - Features
Coyotes starting goalie Mike Smith suffered a heartbreaking shootout loss to Sweden.

Pastor still committed to buying Coyotes - Glendalestar.com
Pastor's first public comments since having his bid rejected by the league.

The Dave Tippett coaching watch for Dallas Stars, Colorado Avalanche - Puck Daddy
The speculation machine will crank up further the longer the ownership saga wears on.

News From Around the Hockey World

Sharks collapse late in the third, trail Kings 2-0 in series - Fear The Fin
San Jose scored 3 unanswered goals to take the lead and then it all fell apart.

Raffi Torres suspended for duration of Round 2 after head hit on Kings’ Stoll - Puck Daddy
I wonder what NHLPA thinks of this.

Fraser: How officials are graded and chosen for the playoffs - TSN
Toronto's favorite ex-official explains the process.

Adam Oates says he could beat up John Tortorella - The Washington Post
No love lost between the Caps and the Rangers.

Jack Adams: Boudreau, MacLean, Quenneville - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN
No real surprises among the group.

Alex Ovechkin played with fractured left foot in Games 6, 7 against Rangers - The Washington Post
We'd be surprised, but he's a hockey player.

The Final Howl

What went wrong? Excuses from the NHL's losers - Down Goes Brown