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The Arizona Coyotes look to scrape out a win against the Los Angeles Kings and an NHL goalie looks to make his second debut.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes return home looking to convert 'positive signs' into victories -- AZCentral
The Coyotes took only two points out of a possible four on their recent two-game road trip but hope to climb up the standings during a five-game homestand.

Coyotes host Kings, look to snap 5-game home losing streak | FOX Sports
Mike Smith and Jonathan Quick renew their duel when the Coyotes take on the Kings at Gila River Arena.

Who's Hot, Who's Not: Tobi, or not Tobi? - Five For Howling
All puns aside, the Coyotes are struggling to string together a convincing set of wins, yet a select few continue to shine. That, and other highlights (and lowlights) from around the NHL.

News From Around the Hockey World

Big third period propels Blackhawks to win over Blues - Second City Hockey
A tightly contested affair through two periods, the Blackhawks exploded in the third period for three scores en route to a 4-1 win over the rival St. Louis Blues.

Recap: Jets Ruin Edmonton's Night with 3-2 OT Win - Arctic Ice Hockey
Oilers really thought they were going to win that one, but Dustin Byfuglien had a different idea. Jets win 3-2 in overtime!

Wild Able To Hold On For 2-1 Win Over Canadiens - Hockey Wilderness
Wild dominated every aspect of the first two periods, but fell into a prevent defense that allowed the Habs to cut it within one.

Alec Martinez Signs Six Year, $24 Million Extension - Jewels From The Crown
A good deal for the team (probably), a great deal for the player (definitely).

Report: Brodeur to make Blues’ debut Thursday | ProHockeyTalk
Signed a one-year deal on Tuesday.

VIDEO: QMJHL goalie suspended 9 games for kicking opponent - CBSSports.com
Storm Phaneuf, a goaltender in the QMJHL, has been suspended nine games by the league for kicking an opponent with his skate.

Don't Worry, Be Happy: Ilya Bryzgalov Trying out with the Ducks - Anaheim Calling
The Ducks needed a stopgap goalie and they got the most entertaining one ever.

Video: Bettman talks about outdoor hockey in Minnesota | ProHockeyTalk
Says the league has looked into venues.

The Final Howl

Corey Crawford hurts foot leaving concert, out 2-3 weeks | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford is out 2-3 weeks with a left foot injury. Crawford sustained the issue at a concert, but did not divulge more details.