clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - hello Mr. Barroway

Andrew Barroway completed his purchase of the Arizona Coyotes. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Coyotes News

New Arizona Coyotes majority owner Andrew Barroway: 'We are going to have success in the Valley' - Arizona Sports
For the second time in less than a year and a half, the Arizona Coyotes have a new majority owner.

Q&A with Coyotes majority owner Andrew Barroway | FOX Sports
New Coyotes majority owner Andrew Barroway said there was never a thought to flipping the team. He is committed to the franchise in the Valley for the long term.

Barroway calls rumors of flipping Coyotes ‘completely untrue’ | ProHockeyTalk
"I did not buy this team for a quick flip. I want to bring a winner to the Valley."

Coyotes Assign Gaudet to AHL - Arizona Coyotes - News
Tyler Gaudet's time in Arizona was short, meaning Joe Vitale is probably ready to return.

PACIFIC WAR ROOM - 1.2.15 | The Royal Half
Pacific War Room is back with a look at all the comings and goings in the NHL's Pacific Division during the week of December 12-19!

Pirates News

Pirates win third in a row - The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Three-goal outburst in first paves way for Portland's 5-3 victory over Springfield.

World Juniors News

2015 World Junior Championship: Quarterfinals Results - Winging It In Motown
With the Preliminary Round over, it's time for the elimination games.

World Juniors 2015 Canada vs Denmark recap: Canada obliterates Denmark to advance to semis - Eyes On The Prize
Credit to Denmark can't be overstated for what they've done in this tournament, but Canada was just too fast, too strong, and too talented.

News From Around the Hockey World

New York Islanders 2, Calgary Flames 1: John Tavares pair is enough - Lighthouse Hockey
This makes the Islanders' sixth win streak of three or more games this season, the most since they had seven such streaks in 1984-85.

The Kuemperor's New Groove, Wild Win 3-1 Against Maple Leafs - Hockey Wilderness
Darcy Kuemper stopped 34 of 35 shots enroute to a big Wild victory on home ice.

Avalanche take the Oilers in the Shoot Out - Mile High Hockey
Starting off 2015 on a W.

WATCH: Blues' D Barret Jackman falls down with nobody near him -
St. Louis Blues defenseman Barret Jackman fell down for no reason on Friday night.

Chicago Blackhawks recall Teuvo Teravainen from Rockford - Second City Hockey
The long-awaited callup of the Blackhawks' top prospect finally takes place after Kris Versteeg suffers injury in the Winter Classic.

Claude Giroux sustains serious skate cut to back of leg (VIDEO) [UPDATE] | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Claude Giroux sustained a significant skate cut to the back of his leg, but managed to escape serious injury thanks to wearing kevlar equipment.

Johnny Gaudreau selected as rookie of the month | ProHockeyTalk
Filip Forsberg had a big month too.

Perron traded to Pens for a 1st round pick - The Copper & Blue
Say a prayer for Rob Klinkhammer.

2015 NHL Winter Classic posts lowest TV ratings in event's history -
The 2015 NHL Winter Classic posted a 2.3 overnight rating, which would make it the lowest-rated Winter Classic in the event's history.

Caps Penalties Hurting in More Ways Than One - Japers' Rink
A look at how the Caps are hurting themselves more than the rest of the League when going down a man.

Blues Activate Carl Gunnarsson From IR - St. Louis Game Time
The team demotes John McCarthy back to the Chicago Wolves.

Lee Stempniak Shouldn't Be A Spare Part - Blueshirt Banter
Stempniak should probably be in the lineup every night because, you know, he's good at playing hockey.

Penguins teammates Evgeni Malkin, Craig Adams fight in practice -
Penguins head coach Mike Johnston confirmed there was an altercation at the team's morning skate Friday that ended with Evgeni Malkin and Craig Adams coming to blows.

The Final Howl

VIDEO: Ref vomits on ice at Penguins-Lightning game | NHL | Sporting News