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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 -
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 -
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 -
Never let it die, Sabres fans.