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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - home sweet home

The New York Rangers force a Game 7 after a convincing win in MSG, and the Chicago Blackhawks take care of business against the Minnesota Wild. More on these stories and others in today's edition of the Tracks.

Jonathan Daniel

Playoffs News

Rangers Vs. Penguins: You Just Need One More - Blueshirt Banter
Notes from the Rangers' Game 6 win over the Penguins.

Game 6 Recap: Pens fall in New York, Game 7 on Tuesday - PensBurgh
The Pittsburgh Penguins 3 games to 1 series lead has evaporated and now they'll face the New York Rangers in a loser goes home match in Game 7 on Tuesday.

Martin St. Louis scores on Mother's Day after mother's passing -
Is it dusty in here?

Quick hitters: Do or die, Pascal Dupuis, Sid on the PP and more - PensBurgh
A look at some items floating around the Pittsburgh Penguins. Bridge jumping, Pascal Dupuis, Crosby on the power play, where will Malkin play and other items addressed.

Henrik Lundqvist sprays water bottle in Sidney Crosby's face -
Hockey players are too immature to be around water bottles, apparently.

GIF: Sidney Crosby spears Dominic Moore in groin, scrum ensues -
Sidney Crosby joined the spearing party this playoffs has become when he jabbed Dominic Moore between the legs in Game 6.

Blackhawks Beat The Wild, Take 3-2 Series Lead - Second City Hockey
The Blackhawks beat the Wild 2-1 and can close out the series Tuesday night.

Wild Drops Game 5; Looks to Find Magic at Home - Hockey Wilderness
Well, at least there's Tuesday.

Kings @ Ducks Game 5 Preview: Best of Three - Anaheim Calling
Back on even ground, the Ducks will try to find the series' first home ice victory.

Coyotes News

Better know a free agent: Chris Summers - Five For Howling
The former first round pick finally made an impact with the Coyotes last season. Does he remain in the desert?

News From Around the Hockey World

A Message from the New Guys: Allow Ourselves to Introduce Ourselves - On the Forecheck
Now that things have settled down a little bit, we wanted to touch base with all of you.

Jagr keeps playing because he ‘wants to have fun’ | ProHockeyTalk
At 42 years old, he just keeps going.

Sweden, Russia, Norway win at World Championships - - News
Sweden rallied for a 4-3 shootout win against the Czech Republic in a preliminary-round game at the IIHF World Championship.

Penguins Playoff Problems #FireBylsma - PensBurgh
We often hear about Dan Bylsma and how he is single handedly wasting the best years of our superstars' careers. But the grass is always greener on the other side, so let's look at all the other playoff coaches since Bylsma started in 2009.

The Final Howl

Vladimir Putin plays hockey, scores 6 goals -