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Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - so close, yet so far

Last night the Coyotes put together a very respectable effort against the St. Louis Blues, but ultimately lost 2-1. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Dilip Vishwanat

Coyotes News

Coyotes at Blues recap: game of inches - Five For Howling
After a completely underwhelming performance North of the border, the Coyotes played better in St. Louis, but still fell short of victory.

Recap: Blues Steal 2 pts From Yotes, 2-1 - St. Louis Game Time
Tonight the St. Louis Blues took on the Phoenix Coyotes. The game would be best described as a boring mess of weirdness.

Put down the panic button, the Phoenix Coyotes’ record shouldn't be a surprise - Five For Howling
Much has been said about the Phoenix Coyotes poor record of late. Could the major issue be that the team needs to have their full complement of players on the ice at one time?

The Fourth Period :: Coyotes looking to make deals
Thus far, not much is out there.

Phoenix Coyotes looking for key players to step up - azcentral
With captain Shane Doan at the helm, Coyotes coach Dave Tippett knows that his message to players is being enforced in the dressing room.

Gladiators News

Sakaris Lifts IceMen Over Gladiators ::
Peter Sakaris scored two goals 23 seconds apart in the third, and the Evansville IceMen snuck by the Gwinnett Gladiators 4-3 Tuesday night at the Ford Center.

News From Around the Hockey World

Sharks now 15-1-0 against Capitals in 21st Century - Fear The Fin
The Capitals only win against the Sharks once every 10 years. Their next win is scheduled for 2019. Obviously, this means the Sharks won tonight 2-1.

Minnesota Wild vs Ottawa Senators: Post game....something - Hockey Wilderness
Wild lose 3-0 to Ottawa. It was a fantastically horrible hockey game on all levels.

Dallas Stars End Skid, Top Edmonton Oilers 5-2 at Home - Defending Big D
A big first period led the way as the Stars held off the Oilers to end a nightmarish six-game slide.

Ryan Suter's incredible workload -
The Minnesota defenseman might end up logging the most TOI since the NHL started tracking ice time. In an Olympic year, no less.

Pass or Fail: Transparent boards at NHL stadium games | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Neat idea.

Is Dallas Stars Goalie Kari Lehtonen Elite? - Defending Big D
We consider whether or not Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen is an elite netminder or not.

Passion for home burns bright in first-time Olympian Lyndsey Fry - FOX Sports
Another story on Arizona native Lyndsey Fry's Olympic journey.

Take Five: Olympics | Hockey Prospectus
The Olympics are the focus of a special edition of our Take Five feature. This week’s five questions were posed to the following analytics minds of Hockey Prospectus: Timo Seppa, Corey Pronman, Ryan Wagman, Thomas Crawshaw, and Rob Vollman.

Victor Hedman, the biggest 2014 Winter Olympics snub -
Playing for small market teams has certain advantages for hockey players, but when it comes to recognition, it's a huge disadvantage.

The Final Howl

Florida Panthers offer arena as timeshare -