Martin Hanzal may be the Arizona Coyotes' most valuable commodity - Five For Howling
With 11 days to go until the return of Coyotes hockey, today's countdown post focuses on No. 11: Martin Hanzal.
Can the Arizona Coyotes Be an Improved Team? | Bleacher Report
For a team that did not qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs over the past two years, the challenges ahead for the Arizona Coyotes seem formidable.
Coyotes' intrasquad game to benefit 100 Club | FOX Sports
The Arizona Coyotes will play an intrasquad game on Saturday, Sept. 27, at Gila River Arena to support the 100 Club of Arizona.
Glendale $1 million short in first year of Coyotes deal - azcentral.com
The non-hockey events will be pivotal to improving the City's financial obligations.
Defensemen Keith Yandle and Oliver Ekman-Larsson will lead Arizona Coyotes' offense in 2014-15 -- NHL - ESPN
(Paywall) Hockey Prospectus identifies a player trending up, a player trending down and a key stat for the 2014-15 Arizona Coyotes.
News From Around the Hockey World
NHL bans spin-o-rama, goes after diving in new rules | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
The NHL released a slew of rules changed for the 2014-15 season on Thursday, including an aggressive targeting of divers and embellishers.
Report: Toronto extends camp invites to Tallinder, Mikkelson | ProHockeyTalk
Taking a look at veteran insurance on the cheap.
Breaking News: Nino Niederreiter Agrees To 3-Year Extension With Minnesota Wild - Hockey Wilderness
The Wild lock down the young Swiss Right Winger, who was a Restricted Free Agent.
No more HBO 24/7, Blackhawks won't be featured for 2015 Winter Classic - Second City Hockey
Of all the years for HBO and the NHL to cancel their series, right?
New York Rangers News: Rangers, Malone Agree On Two-Way Deal - Blueshirt Banter
The New York Rangers have added one final piece to the offseason puzzle by signing UFA Ryan Malone to a two-way deal.
Jackets Sign First Round Pick Sonny Milano - The Cannon
Milano gets standard three-year ELC.
Ovechkin at LW or RW? Trotz says both | ProHockeyTalk
Either way, this offseason is a "wake-up call" for Ovie.
Fans could benefit as NHL explores new ways to collect data - CBSSports.com
According to a report, the NHL is exploring new technologies to more accurately track players and games overall. If these new developments prove successful, fans could stand to benefit.
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