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Last night we were treated to a pair of spectacular overtime games. More on those stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Coyotes Partner with Fanatics to Manage Team's Retail Store at Jobing.com Arena - Phoenix Coyotes - News
The Coyotes announced a deal with Fanatics Retail Group, the business division of Fanatics, Inc., to manage the retail store at Jobing.com Arena.

Phoenix Coyotes Seek to Improve Scoring Power | Bleacher Report
Don Maloney acknowledges that the free agent pool is not all that great this year.

Tippett named Team Canada head coach for world championship | FOX Sports on MSN
Coyotes coach in line to lead Canada in world championships in Belarus.

Coyotes still wait for Martin Hanzal to play full year - azcentral.com
The oft-injured Martin Hanzal is a simultaneously integral yet fragile part of the Coyotes' offense.

Sundogs News

Sundogs-Cutthroats: League MVP, league's top goalie face off in Game 1 - The Prescott Daily Courier
The Sundogs will be in Prescott Valley Tuesday April 22nd and Wednesday, April 23rd.

News From Around the Hockey World

Rangers Vs. Flyers Game 1: That Was Exciting - Blueshirt Banter
Notes from the Rangers' win over the Flyers in Game 1.

Recap: Blues defeat Hawks in a Triple OT Game One - St. Louis Game Time
Welcome to the 2014 NHL Playoffs where you get two hockey games in one!

Game 1 Recap: Avs Rally in the 3rd and Take Down the Wild in Overtime - Mile High Hockey
Paul Statsny scored the tying goal and the overtime winner.

Semyon Varlamov trolls Mikko Koivu with the 'reverse Sean Avery' - SBNation.com
Semyon Varlamov does his best to troll Mikko Koivu, and does it well.

Sharks dominate Los Angeles in 6-3 win - Fear The Fin
The San Jose Sharks opened their 2014 playoff campaign with a 6-3 victory over the Los Angeles Kings, tallying six goals from six Sharks.

Power outage in San Jose before Sharks vs. Kings game - SBNation.com
Just before the Kings-Sharks game in San Jose on Thursday the lights out. Then things got weird.

Special Teams and the Playoffs: How Good is Good Enough? - Winging It In Motown
Does success on special teams mean you win a Cup? Maybe.

INFOGRAPHIC: Let's look at the Bruins-Red Wings Matchup - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Everything you had no idea you wanted to know about this series.

2014 NHL Playoffs, Ducks vs. Stars Game 2 Preview: Dallas Looks to Bounce Back In Anaheim - Defending Big D
Ryan Getzlaf got even uglier after taking a puck to his unprotected face, but he will play in game two.

Palat questionable for Game 2, Bolts don’t expect Bishop back ‘anytime soon’ | ProHockeyTalk
Not great developments on the injury front.

The joy of playoff unpredictability - Eyes On The Prize
One of the greatest things about sports fandom is forgetting about what you know and embracing how you feel.

The Final Howl

Joel Quenneville demands a delay of game penalty, grabs crotch - SBNation.com