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Thursday's Coyotes Tracks - Triple OT Classic

The Stanley Cup Final kicked off with a bang last night, as the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins took Game 1 to Triple Overtime. Also of interest to Coyotes fans, the City of Glendale finally released the names of its non-hockey bids to manage Jobing.com Arena. More on both of these stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Glendale names arena bidders - azcentral.com
Some of these names will be familiar to those following this debacle.

Never Fear Coyotes Fans, We've Heard This All Before - Five For Howling
Statements from Bill Daly and Gary Bettman have worried many a Coyotes fan. But, this is not the first time we have heard these exact words.

News From Around the Hockey World

Bruins vs. Blackhawks Game 1 recap: Chicago wins in 3rd overtime - SBNation.com
It took a couple of deflections to beat Tuukka Rask, but the Blackhawks managed to get it done.

Bettman: NHL referees ‘the best in the world’ | ProHockeyTalk
Stealing a line from CM Punk.

Late heroics put Griffins one win away - TheAHL.com
Red Wings' AHL affiliate has taken a 3-0 series lead over the Tamp Bay affiliate in the Calder Cup Final.

‘Yes,’ Gary Bettman will hand out the Stanley Cup this year | ProHockeyTalk
In case you were somehow worried.

Evgeni Malkin agrees to eight-year extension with Pittsburgh Penguins - NHL.com - News
Anyone surprised? Didn't think so.

My Week With The North Korean Hockey Team - Deadspin
Even in the DPR they play puck.

VIDEO: Hockey Night in Canada's 'Live Forever' montage channels the awesome of Oasis - SBNation.com
All the feels.

Get your hockey Muppet on with rare, complete set of NHL team pins (Puck Treasures) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Since it was '93 there is no Phoenix Coyotes pin.

The Final Howl

Eulogy: Remembering the 2012-13 Los Angeles Kings | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports Canada
Enjoy.