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Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - that empty feeling

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There was no playoff hockey last night, but we still had plenty of stories to cover. All of these in today's edition of the Tracks.

Alex Grimm

Playoffs News

Stanley Cup Playoffs 2014: The line that's carried the New York Rangers - SBNation.com
It's not Rick Nash or Brad Richards driving the New York Rangers right now, but a trio of unheralded players that have clicked at the absolute right time.

Lady Luck is a cruel mistress, and she's abandoned the Montreal Canadiens - Eyes On The Prize
One of the most difficult concepts to explain to hockey fans is the nature of luck, and how sometimes the result of a hockey game is outside a team's control.

Western Conference Finals: Three Kings Performances of Note from Game 1 - Jewels From The Crown
Western Conference Finals: Three Kings performances of note in Game 1 and looking ahead to Game 2.

Coyotes News

Coyotes to Hold Town Hall Meeting on June 5 at Ice Den in Scottsdale - Phoenix Coyotes - News
The Coyotes will host another Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, June 5 at 7 p.m. at Ice Den in Scottsdale.

Cult of Hockey: Edmonton Oil Kings need to create more scoring chances - Edmonton Journal
Coyotes' prospect Henrik Samuelsson had a goal and an assist against QMJHL champion Val d'Or, but his team needs more from him.

News From Around the Hockey World

IIHF World Championship Update - Phoenix Coyotes
Prospect Tobias Rieder scored a power play goal for Germany in their 5-4 loss to the United States.

Marian Gaborik is Likely Signing an Extension with the Kings. Rejoice! - Jewels From The Crown
Elliotte Friedman reports that an extension may be announced after the playoffs.

Avs sign Croatian prospect Borna Rendulic | ProHockeyTalk
If he makes it to the NHL, he'd also make history.

Dear Steve. | mc79hockey.com
A good read on the relationship between advanced statistics and mainstream journalism.

One Step Closer To The Jim Benning Era - Nucks Misconduct
The Canucks are reportedly one step closer to naming Jim Benning the new General Manager in charge of fixing...everything.

How Would Wayne Gretzky Do In Management? - Too Many Men on the Site
If his tenure in Phoenix is any indication, poorly.

Friendly advice for the new Penguins GM - PensBurgh
We don't know who the next Penguins general manager will be yet, but there has been a clear message sent down from ownership on how they want to see their team built moving forward.

The last dance: Miroslav Satan retires from hockey - Stanley Cup of Chowder
The wonderfully named forward scored 363 goals in 1050 NHL games.

The Final Howl

Eulogy: Remembering the 2013-14 Anaheim Ducks | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports