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P.K. Subban and the Montreal Canadiens are going to arbitration. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Building a dream team: FFH results - Five For Howling
How did our staff's rosters fare?

Great days for Perlini | Sault Star
Brendan Perlini is flying high at the moment.

NHL regulars still hunting for jobs - USA Today
More than $580 million has been spent on NHL free agents nearly a month into the signing period, but not everyone has been able to fill his pockets.

News From Around the Hockey World

P.K. Subban Arbitration: Canadiens defenseman not signed, heads to arbitration - Eyes On The Prize
This seems like a bad way to go about ensuring that your franchise defensemen stays with your franchise.

Winnipeg Jets build on their history of dysfunction (Trending Topics) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
There are so many reasons the Jets are bad, and will likely continue to be until they can develop an actual star on their own.

Remembering the Quebec Nordiques, who built Colorado's Stanley Cup winner -
Let's take a look back at the Quebec Nordiques, who built a mini-dynasty and then won the Stanley Cup ... in Colorado.

What are the Most Important Positions and Do the Devils Have Them? - In Lou We Trust
Todays statistical analysis is into whether the cliche of being "strong up the middle" is applicable to hockey. I look at the strongest player at each position on each team and see if that helps predict how well the team did during the regular season.

Shayne Gostisbehere making the Flyers out of training camp could be beneficial - Broad Street Hockey
The question of bringing up young talent early on is a major one for most franchises.

What Makes an NHL Franchise Player? TSN Sparks Debate After Controversial Veto - Defending Big D
It's the summer and stupid things are being debated. Let's join in!

Arbitration avoided: Pens re-sign Nick Spaling to 2 year deal - PensBurgh
The Pittsburgh Penguins sign restricted free agent Nick Spaling to a two year contract just before his arbitration hearing.

Stars GM Jim Nill big on using advanced statistics -
Dallas Stars general manager Jim Nill has revealed more about his team's use of advanced statistics and it's showing in the results.

RFA Robin Lehner Re-signs with Senators - Silver Seven
Ottawa goalie Robin Lehner has signed a three-year deal to remain between the pipes for the Senators.

The Final Howl

Puck Daddy's Summer of Disappointment: New York Rangers Edition | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports