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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - basement bloggers

Want to build the ultimate NHL roster? Want to get hilariously threatened with a lawsuit by an awful Twitter account? Find out how to do both in today's edition of the Tracks!

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Coyotes News

Building the perfect NHL team - Five For Howling
FFH wants you to build the best team possible under the salary cap.

Toughest jobs in sports: Ice maker for the Arizona Coyotes - Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
While it isn't 115 degrees in the winter, J.J. Straker's job is still a tough one.

Sundogs News

What can $500,000 buy you? How about a minor league hockey franchise - Phoenix Business Journal
The nine-team Central Hockey League is based in Phoenix and is looking at expansion into Wyoming, Kansas and Ilinois. The price tag for a new franchise is $500,000.

News From Around the Hockey World

Lars Eller contract: Canadiens forward avoids arbitration, signs 4 year deal - Eyes On The Prize
The Habs and Eller have come to an agreement on a four year term.

Unbreaking News: Poulin, Islanders avoid arbitration, settle for guaranteed peanuts - Lighthouse Hockey
The Islanders and goalie Kevin Poulin have avoided arbitration by settling on a new one-year contract extension this morning.

The near future of Flames goaltending - Matchsticks and Gasoline
The Flames don't have any goalies signed for three seasons from now, but somebody will emerge.

Loyalty to Team or Player? - Winging It In Motown
When it comes to signing RFAs, who do you sympathize with the most?

The Winnipeg Jets Sign Ellerby to a One Year Contract - Arctic Ice Hockey
For no explicable reason, the Winnipeg Jets have brought back Keaton Ellerby.

Why are people talking about Steven Stamkos and the Toronto Maple Leafs? -
People are talking about Steven Stamkos going to the Maple Leafs. Why?

Veteran NHLer Pyatt signs in Swiss league | ProHockeyTalk
Journeyman split last season between the Rangers and Penguins.

The Final Howl

The darkest day in EOTP history - Eyes On The Prize