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Rejected names for Gila River Arena, another attempt to hammer out a deal in Seattle, and the most glorious ice bucket challenge yet in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

39 rejected names for the Arizona Coyotes' Gila River Arena - Five For Howling
Jobing.com Arena will be renamed Gila River Arena, but it could have easily been called something else.

Shane Doan sucks. Mikkel Boedker is pretty cool. - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Bruins fans love #89 and hate #19. And puppies and ice cream.

Gladiators News

Gladiators sign skilled forward Burns out of WHL | Gwinnett Daily Post
Nathan Burns, a talented rookie forward coming out of the Western Hockey League ranks, has signed with the Gwinnett Gladiators.

News From Around the Hockey World

Glossary of NHL Advanced Stats - Litter Box Cats
Information on all the latest stats.

NHL about to wage war against advanced stats sites? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
The downside of the advanced stats revolution is that teams start getting territorial with their numbers.

Ken Holland Re-Signs: His Challenge for the Next 4 years - Winging It In Motown
We know what he's done in the past and we know what he's done for us lately. What's more important for the Red Wings is what Ken Holland will do with the next four years.

Predicting Jason Pominville's Predicament - Hockey Wilderness
Jason Pominville signed a nice 5-year contract extension prior to last season that starts this season. With that, there come the expectation of producing offensively and last season he did just that. So what can fans expect from him in 2014-15?

A Fond Farewell - Second City Hockey
SCH's Managing Editor says goodbye.

Report: Ducks re-sign Silfverberg to one-year, $850K deal | ProHockeyTalk
Bit of a bargain for Anaheim.

Where should Leon Draisaitl play if he doesn’t make the Edmonton Oilers? | Edmonton Journal
It may not be in North America.

Prospective owner touts 'clear path' for bringing NHL to Seattle - CBSSports.com
There has been some movement in the efforts to bring the NHL to Seattle as it appears businessman Victor Coleman is serious about bringing a team to the Emerald City. There's still a long way to go.

The Final Howl

Gary Bettman did the Ice Bucket Challenge and it is amazing - SBNation.com