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As the St. Louis Blues lose another player to the KHL one has to ask, when will the bleeding end?

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Coyotes News

Coyotes co-owner Dey stepping back from day-to-day operations | FOX Sports
Dey served as team's CFO for the past year.

Brett MacLean triumphs over tragedy and turns adversity into opportunity - Five For Howling
Two years after suffering a cardiac arrest, MacLean is living a normal life with minimal physical limitations.

Arizona Coyotes Preseason Countdown: 49 Days - Five For Howling
Has Doaner been worth his $49 million price tag?

News From Around the Hockey World

Report: Gary Bettman made $8.8 million during lockout season - CBSSports.com
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman reportedly pocketed $8.8 million during the lockout-shortened season in 2012-13.

Ryan Johansen talks now a standoff with Columbus over money | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
With one big-name restricted free agent inking his deal over the weekend, the attention turns to another one: Ryan Johansen of the Columbus Blue Jackets, the 22-year-old center coming off a 33-goal season.

‘Hawks sign Minnesota Frozen Four hero to minor-league deal | ProHockeyTalk
He helped defeat North Dakota in the national semifinals.

Blues lose another forward to KHL | ProHockeyTalk
This won't hurt as much as losing Vladimir Sobotka.

Player tracking systems in NHL could advance how game is analyzed - CBSSports.com
The NHL may soon follow the NBA in player tracking systems to help teams better collect statistical information to analyze players and games.

Eakins attends Cowboys camp, picks Garrett’s brain | ProHockeyTalk
Dallas goes to Dallas.

On Patrick Sharp’s future in Chicago | ProHockeyTalk
Canadian Olympian found himself at the center of trade rumors this summer. Will those continue?

THW's Massive List of Former NHLers Playing Overseas -- TheHockeyWriters
Turns out, Teemu Selanne might not be hanging them up after all. The 44-year-old Finnish Flash is reportedly contemplating a contract offer back home.

Swedish hockey team continues historic LGBT campaign with music video | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
The Swedish Division 1 hockey team that made it their mission to become the first LGBT-certified sports franchise in Sweden has retired their old jerseys and introduced some rainbow-coloured jerseys.

The Final Howl

This license plate is still angry about Sabres-Stars 'No Goal' from 1999 - SBNation.com
Never let it die, Sabres fans.