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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - week 1 in the books

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The first week of the NHL season has come to an end.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes defense steps up in victory over Los Angeles Kings - AZCentral.com
Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle's eyes almost doubled in size when he heard that he and his teammates limited the Los Angeles Kings to only five shots through 27:03 of Saturday's game.

Arizona Coyotes assign Justin Hodgman to Portland Pirates (AHL) - Arizona Coyotes
The 26-year-old Hodgman led the Coyotes with 4-1-5 in five preseason games. His four goals were tied for second most among all NHL players.

Gladiators News

Road Warriors topple Gwinnett Gladiators in preseason finale | Gwinnett Daily Post
The Gwinnett Gladiators came up just short in their final tune-up for the regular season Sunday night at the Ice Forum in Duluth

News From Around the Hockey World

Biggest Takeaways from NHL's First Week - Today's Slapshot
Every NHL team has at least two games in the can, which means there's real hockey to consider. A few takeaways from the first few days of the season.

NHL Power Rankings: Oh, Colorado - Five For Howling
The top stays the same, while one team falls all the way to the bottom of this list.

Pre-Season Standings Predictions: Western Conference | Dobber Sports
In Part II of his Pre-Season Standings Projection column, Rob Vollman looks at the consensus picks in the Western Conference.

Pre-Season Standings Predictions: Eastern Conference | Dobber Sports
Taking a look at the volatile nature of pre-season standings predictions.

Rangers Vs. Maple Leafs Recap: That Was Ugly - Blueshirt Banter
The New York Rangers dropped their second straight game tonight as they were defeated 6-3 by the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Instant Recap: Royal Beat Down as Kings stomp Jets - Arctic Ice Hockey
Kings cruise to 4-1 victory against Jets on Sunday night.

Ebner: Revived Canucks are fun again and winning back their fans - The Globe and Mail
The team is buoyed, the home crowd is back to being electric and the Sedin twins look like their old selves

Ville Leino heads to Europe after signing with KHL's Medvescak Zagreb | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Signed with KHL's Medvescak Zagreb

Report: No further discipline for Avs’ Johnson | ProHockeyTalk
Was ejected for his elbow to the head of Wild forward Erik Haula Saturday.

Brodin and Wild Re-up for Six More Years - Hockey Wilderness
The Minnesota Wild have announced that they have signed young defenseman, Jonas Brodin to a six year deal. The deal is $25 million for an AAV of $4.167 million per year.

The Final Howl

To be read only in the case of a Toronto Maple Leafs win | National Post