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Devan Dubnyk heads to the Minnesota Wild but the Coyotes announced their throwback night!

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Coyotes News

Reports: Arizona Coyotes trade Devan Dubnyk to Minnesota Wild - Five For Howling
The Coyotes shipped off their back-up goaltender on Wednesday.

Masked Men: Wild Year For Dubnyk -- The Hockey Writers
Devan Dubnyk is getting another chance to establish himself as a starting goaltender in the NHL.

Arizona Coyotes to wear throwback black jerseys in March - Five For Howling
Throwback night is not too far away. The Coyotes will wear their old uniforms and Jeremy Roenick will drop the puck on Mar. 5.

Coyotes GM: Dubnyk trade means ‘Mike Smith’s our guy’ | ProHockeyTalk
"This puts the emphasis on getting Mike back in the net."

Coyotes' roster overhaul begins in earnest with trade of Dubnyk | FOX Sports
The Coyotes traded backup goalie Devan Dubnyk to Minnesota for a third-round pick in 2015.

Tippett still has players' ear, will to win with Coyotes | FOX Sports
Coyotes coach Dave Tippett is frustrated with the team's play but he remains committed to the franchise.

Arizona Coyotes' Philip Samuelsson hoping to stick at NHL level -- AZCentral
Philip Samuelsson still thinks of Sweden as home, even though his family moved to the U.S. soon after his birth there. His family still spends summers there and he still speaks with a hint of a Swedish accent. But the Valley remains a special place for him.

Video: Have the Coyotes entered a rebuild phase? | ProHockeyTalk
Plus, some other tidbits.

Who's Hot, Who's Not: Marvelous Mikkel - Five For Howling
We sort through a week of inconsistency for the Arizona Coyotes and find one shining gem: Mikkel Boedker.

Why did Canada stop developing goalies? - Sportsnet.ca
Sean Burke, goaltending coach and Assistant General Manager for the Arizona Coyotes, joined Prime Time Sports to talk about the issues with goalie development in Canada, and how the country has fallen behind Finland in that position.

News From Around the Hockey World

Flyers vs. Capitals recap: We must've wasted all the goals on Tampa Bay - Broad Street Hockey
The Flyers were shut out two nights after scoring seven goals. Ugh.

Second-period burst sends Devils past slumping Kings - UPI.com
The New Jersey Devils began their three- game California road trip on a good note, scoring four-second period goals in a 5-3 win over the Los Angeles Kings.

Canadiens vs Blue Jackets Top Six Minutes: Habs' non-All-Stars rip goals on the powerplay - Eyes On The Prize
The Habs score on the powerplay three times. More details on the THREE POWERPLAY GOALS inside.

Leafs shut out again on West Coast, lose to Ducks | Toronto Maple Leafs | Sports
You can’t go Duck hunting without ammunition.

Referee mistakenly credits Anaheim Ducks goal to 'Atlanta' - SBNation.com
You're not in Atlanta, sir. You're in Anaheim.

Penguins claim Mark Arcobello off waivers - PensBurgh
Oh look, another right handed forward.

Nick Foligno named captain of home team at 2015 NHL All Star Game - The Cannon
Nick Foligno and Jonathan Toews are your All-Star Captains.

Wild’s Koivu: Kind of game we’ve been playing lately is embarrassing | ProHockeyTalk
As Parise noted, they've been "easy to play against."

5 Underachieving Goalies This Season -- TheHockeyWriters
Goalies can make or break a franchise. This season there have been some real stars but there has also been collection of players who have failed to live up...Like a guy wearing 41...

Blues Grant Martin Brodeur One Week Leave Of Absence - St. Louis Game Time
What does this mean for the future of the Blues' current third goaltender?

High school hockey player dekes entire team to set up incredible goal | The Hockey News
Julian Kislin was only credited with the primary assist on teammate Max Halvorsen’s goal, but he should probably get a secondary helped, and maybe a third just for good measure.

The Final Howl

BarDown: Stadium seater at Flyers game has serious dance moves -- BarDown
The Flyers have not been very good this season, so there hasn't been much to laugh about (unless you're a sadist) at the Wells Fargo Center this year. That was until the world's greatest stadium seater livened up the party.