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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - Everything calms down

After a frenzied start to the 2015-16 NHL season, only one game was played on Sunday. Details on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

After a frenetic opening weekend, Mike Smith and Sidney Crosby settle down for a nap.
After a frenetic opening weekend, Mike Smith and Sidney Crosby settle down for a nap.
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Coyotes News

10 surprises from the first week of the 2015-16 NHL season - USA Today
Here's what we didn't see coming in the NHL's first week of the 2014-15 season.

Coyotes new marketing campaign: We want your kids - Arizona Sports
The Coyotes are finished apologizing for their past. They are focused on a lengthy future in the Valley of the Sun.

Arizona Coyotes Mike Smith Superb Through Two Starts - Howlin' Hockey
With only two games in to the season, Arizona Coyotes goaltender Mike Smith shows that last year was a distant memory of the past through phenomenal play.

Penguins vs. Coyotes: the Underlying Numbers - PensBurgh
a look at some statistics, charts, and analytics, to break down the Penguins-Coyotes game, beyond the box score.

News From Around the Hockey World

Senators Fall to Canadiens in O'Connor's NHL Debut - Silver Seven
A recap of Sunday's game between the Sens and Habs.

With Flyers struggling, Sam Gagner waits for his opportunity | ProHockeyTalk
It might come on Monday.

NWHL, first paid women's pro hockey league, drops puck on first season - CBSSports.com
The NWHL, the first paid professional league for women's hockey players, dropped the puck on its inaugural campaign Sunday. They face an uphill, but important battle.

Pride win season opener at Buffalo - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Spoilers: it was 4-1.

2 DV athletes earn hockey scholarships - Ahwatukee Foothills News: Sports
Hockey is far from a traditional sport in Arizona.

Brad Marchand out indefinitely with concussion | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Marchand is one of the team’s core players and the Bruins were counting on him to maintain some level of stability after a summer that saw the team get rid of stalwarts Milan Lucic and Dougie Hamilton.

The stick-to-it-ive-ness of Patrick Marleau - Fear The Fin
Patrick Marleau scored twice in Saturday's win over the Ducks thanks to one of his less-heralded attributes.

‘Age doesn’t matter’ for Red Wings’ Zetterberg-Larkin-Abdelkader line | ProHockeyTalk
The trio combined for 12 points in two games.

The Final Howl

Pittsburgh Penguins, Refs, Elicit Great Reaction From Dallas Stars Coach Lindy Ruff - Defending Big D