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Could soon have two outdoor games in one season and three in the last year, will Arizona ever have its day?

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Coyotes News

Max Domi revisits 2014 Team Canada snub, has no regrets | Buzzing The Net - Yahoo Sports Canada
For Maxi Domi, stiff-upper-lipping it last fall was the best move he could have made in the context of Team Canada.

Arizona Coyotes Preseason Countdown: 47 Days - Five For Howling
Two Coyotes players ended last season with 47 points. One of them definitely won't repeat that performance again.

Gladiators News

Stejskal signs with Gladiators -- The ECHL
Stejskal's rights were acquired by the Gladiators in the completion of a trade with the Florida Everblades on June 18.

Sundogs News

Veteran defenseman adds depth for Sundogs - The Prescott Daily Courier - Prescott, Arizona
The CHL semifinalists inked veteran Drew Fata, who becomes the eighth roster player for the 2014-15 Sundogs.

News From Around the Hockey World

Sharks vs. Kings NHL outdoor game to be played at Levi's Stadium -
After the phenomenal success of the Stadium Series last year, including bringing outdoor hockey to California for the first time, the NHL is back at it this coming season.

Report: If San Jose gets second outdoor game, it’ll be at AT&T Park | ProHockeyTalk
They're going wild in Northern California.

Moving Burns back to D to replace Boyle makes sense | ProHockeyTalk
Getting offense from the blue line is the motivation.

Former Devils Defender Brian Rafalski to be Inducted into U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame - In Lou We Trust
Former New Jersey Devils and Detroit Red Wings defenseman Brian Rafalski will be inducted into the United Stated Hockey Hall of Fame as part of their 2014 class. This post looks back at Rafalski and how really good he was last decade.

Top 10 NHL teams that improved the most this offseason | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Sadly seven out of ten are in the West...and none of them are the Coyotes...

Russian U16 player breaks hockey stick over her opponent's helmet (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
The 2014 World Selects Invitational hockey tournament was held in Budapest Hungary, last week, and for the third straight year in a row, the U16 Girls division was won by the West Coast Selects, a team comprised of American teenagers. But it's not the threepeat that's making headlines.

Risk of Blood Clots and Kimmo Timonen's Uncertain Future -- TheHockeyWriters
Kimmo Timonen was diagnosed with 3 blood clots which puts a damper on his future plans with the Philadelphia Flyers.

Will women ever get into the NHL coaching ranks? | Post-to-Post
When it comes to barrier smashing, the NBA has been a lot more results-oriented than hockey.

Will Nathan MacKinnon Be Slammed by the Sophomore Slump -- TheHockeyWriters
Reigning Calder Trophy winner Nathan MacKinnon will look to avoid the dreaded sophomore slump as he heads the Colorado Avalanche into the 2014/15 season.

Masked Men Are Key in the East -- TheHockeyWriters
While centers are all the rage out West these days, an elite puck-stopper almost seems essential to winning in the East.

The Final Howl

KHL team wants to hold outdoor game in 2,000 year old Roman amphitheatre | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Metallurg and Traktor Chelyabinsk play five times this season, but there are early talks for one of those meetings to take place outdoors.