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Thursday's Coyotes Tracks - Death of the Arizona Sundogs?

Could the Sundogs really be dead or is this just another rumor?

Valerie Haugh

Coyotes News

Sam Gagner and the cost of offense - Five For Howling
With 33 days left in our countdown, we highlight the importance of Sam Gagner's $3.3 million payday translating into offensive output.

Shane Doan takes jab at Lebron James -- Yard Barker
Sounds like Doaner wanted a three-peat

Seven Pacific Division Players Primed to Break Out -- The Hockey Writers
Brandon Gormley represents the Arizona Coyotes in the list.

Sundogs News

Breaking News: Sources say Sundogs have suspended operations - The Prescott Daily Courier
While no official announcement has been made the Denver Cutthroats did say that they are taking the 2014-2015 season off.

Denver Cutthroats Opt for Dormancy for 2014-15 Season - Mile High Hockey
Former Avs affiliate closes up shop for the season as it seeks new investors to hopefully return in 2015.

News From Around the Hockey World

Sharks strip Joe Thornton of captaincy - Fear The Fin
At least they didn't trade him. Yet.

NHL draft lottery changes make tanking for Connor McDavid, Jack Eichel a lot harder - SBNation.com
The NHL has tweaked its draft lottery system with a couple of changes that will go into place over the next two years. Shooting for the No. 1 overall pick just got a little bit more difficult.

Torres to miss significant chunk of season, leaving bottom six a tire fire - Fear The Fin
Veteran forward continues to struggle with ACL injury.

Sens GM says they’re ‘definitely going to try to keep’ Bobby Ryan | ProHockeyTalk
He can be an unrestricted free agent next summer.

Could Vinny Lecavalier Be Bought Out For a Second Time? -- The Hockey Writers
No player in the NHL has ever been bought out twice. Vinny Lecavalier's future in Philadelphia could change that. Could he be bought out for a second time?

Steve Moore, Todd Bertuzzi settlement reached, Canucks say - NHL on CBC Sports - Hockey news, opinion, scores, stats, standings
The Vancouver Canucks confirmed Wednesday that a settlement has been reached in the court case involving NHL player Todd Bertuzzi and former NHLer Steve Moore over an on-ice attack that occurred in 2004.

Oilers to celebrate 30th anniversary of 1984 Stanley Cup championship team | ProHockeyTalk
And it was all The Great One's idea.

NHL concussion lawsuits to be consolidated | ProHockeyTalk
And assigned to a U.S. District Judge in Minnesota.

The Final Howl

Swedish netminder allows goal from 180 feet away (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Sebastian Idoff is going to want this one back.