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The Arizona Coyotes are shut out in Minnesota. More on this and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Feeling Minnesota: Coyotes shut out by Wild - Five For Howling
The Coyotes gave up two goals in 90 seconds, and that's all Minnesota needed.

Darcy Kuemper Gets His 3rd Shutout in 4 Starts - Hockey Wilderness
The Minnesota Wild were able to find the "W" column once again on friendly ice. Darcy Kuemper doesn't allow a goal for the third time this season and the Wild came away with a 2-0 victory Thursday night.

Coyotes Roundtable: What to do in net - Five For Howling
Special guest Luke Lapinski joins us to discuss the Coyotes' goaltending situation, prospects and more.

The Arizona Coyotes out-clause is not going anywhere, get used to it - Five For Howling
Despite the recent addition of Andrew Barroway to the IceArizona ownership group, the out-clause in the arena management contract is not going to disappear. Here's why.

Arizona Coyotes' Oliver Ekman-Larsson still trying to get going - azcentral.com
Unlucky plays are more common than ever for Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson during the early part of this season, annoying hurdles he's had to weather in attempting to improve off a career performance a season ago.

Gladiators News

Gladiators want to manage emotions in home opener | Gwinnett Daily Post
Bussing 14 hours round-trip for one game isn’t exactly an ideal schedule.

Arizona College Hockey News

ASU hockey overcomes slow start, comes back to top No. 9 Liberty | ASU News | The State Press | Arizona State University
No. 1 ASU (11-1) simply found a way to win on Thursday night, overcoming a poor start and gritty play to beat No. 9 Liberty (6-3-3) 6-4 at Oceanside Ice Arena in Tempe.

News From Around the Hockey World

Blues Lose To Vancouver Canucks 4-1 - St. Louis Game Time
The Blues slog their way through a mostly lifeless game, lose 4-1 to the Canucks in Ryan Miller's return to St Louis.

Nashville Predators 3, Chicago Blackhawks 2: Revenge Is So, So Sweet - On the Forecheck
James Neal and Pekka Rinne carry Nashville to a thrilling victory against Chicago.

Sabres @ Kings Recap: Quick Breaks Shutout Record in Easy Win - Jewels From The Crown
The Kings, as expected, had no trouble disposing of the Buffalo Sabres, while Quick broke Vachon's team record with another excellent showing.

Sharks lose roller coaster game in final minute of regulation - Fear The Fin
Another third period collapse sinks San Jose.

Dallas Eakins Specious Reasoning - The Copper & Blue
Maybe re-thinking that answer is the right way to go.

The Case for Re-signing Marc-Andre Fleury - PensBurgh
In which I play devil's advocate to the legion of fans who want to see #29 sent off into the great wide open at the end of the season.

Report: Zdeno Chara expected to miss 4-6 weeks with knee injury - CBSSports.com
Zdeno Chara left the Bruins 3-2 loss to the New York Islanders in the first period after a collision with John Tavares. He is reportedly expected to miss four to six weeks.

Putting the Eye Test to... well... the Eye Test - Hockey Wilderness
NHL coaches, GMs, and fans have to judge talent and ability regularly. With the rise of analytics, does the old-fashioned eye test still have merit? Let's delve deeper...

Blackhawks fans invade Nashville in large numbers (again) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Predators promotion to keep Blackhawks fans out of their home arena falls short for a second straight year.

Jets coach says Evander Kane will resume skating this week | ProHockeyTalk
Winnipeg's offense could use the power forward.

The Final Howl

Hockey is Healing - Silver Seven